E-commerce legal advice
We help you to establish and operate your e-commerce business in compliance with UK, EU and Swiss law
Setting up an e-commerce business is relatively easy. Navigating the laws that impact your on-line business can be complex.
Our technology lawyers will work closely with you to understand your e-commerce model and then advise on the key legal issues that impact your business. We will help you draft your on-line terms and conditions, your privacy notice and all other contracts that you need for e-commerce.
- Online contracting
- Terms and conditions for your website
- Contracts for the supply of digital content and digital services
- Advising on different e-commerce models
- Digital signatures
- Data protection
- E-commerce marketplaces
- On-line regulation
- Consumer protection law impacting e-commerce
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While an e-commerce provider that lists its products and provides some contact details in accordance with the EU e-Commerce Directive has made a decent start to its EU online contracting compliance, this is not in itself sufficient.
One of the key documents for any business is a good set of general terms and conditions of sale (general conditions) for your product or service. Here are 3 key things you should consider when drafting general conditions for your business in Europe.