Legal Notice

Website Publication

The website named "Rundom", hosted on the URL, is published by Jules Lagadic.

For any inquiries, contact us via email at

Jules Lagadic
7a Rue Henri Loux
67200 Strasbourg
VAT: FR47802276956
SIREN: 802276956


SAS with a capital of 10,000,000 €
SIRET: 80866548300018
9 rue de la Krutenau 67000 Strasbourg, France
VAT: FR77808665483

Intellectual Property

All content present on the Rundom site, including but not limited to, graphics, images, texts, videos, animations, sounds, logos, gifs, and icons, as well as their formatting, are the exclusive property of the company with the exception of brands, logos, or content belonging to other partner companies or authors.

Personal Data

Protection and processing of personal data When using our services, you may be asked to provide personal information on this site. Answering these questions is optional. The personal data entered on this website are used to process your requests. By registering them on our site, you agree that they be processed for advisory purposes and to easily and clearly respond to your inquiries. In accordance with Articles 39 and following of Law No. 78-17 of January 6, 1978 relating to data processing, files, and freedoms, everyone has a right to access data concerning them. Furthermore, they have a right to correct or delete information about them by writing an email to Anyone can also, for legitimate reasons, object to the processing of data concerning them.


Rundom may contain links to other sites that are not under the control of Rundom. Rundom disclaims all responsibility for the content of these sites.


For statistical and display needs, this site may use cookies. These are small text files stored on your hard drive to record technical data about your navigation.

Applicable Law and Jurisdiction

These legal notices, as well as any relationship between the user and Rundom, are governed by French law. Any dispute or litigation that may arise following access or use of this site will be submitted to the exclusive jurisdiction of the French courts.

In case of a dispute, an amicable solution will be sought before any legal action. In the event that such a solution cannot be found, all disputes relating to the validity, interpretation, and/or execution of these legal notices must be brought, even in case of multiple defendants or a warranty claim, before the competent courts of the city of Strasbourg.