E-commerce & Online Business
E-commerce and online retail presents very different problems for ‘business to business’ transactions than for ‘business to consumer’ transactions. That's why it's important to gain commercial advice from experienced e-commerce solicitors.
The regulations affecting websites, e-commerce and data protection are constantly changing in an attempt to keep up to date with technological developments. Businesses selling to consumers through a website or mobile app need to ensure that they comply with the Consumer Rights Act 2015 which consolidates and amends the law protecting consumers in England and Wales.
The issues which most website owners will need to consider include:
- Data protection, cookies and privacy
- Consumer rights (e.g. cancellation, descriptions, returns etc.)
- Terms and conditions for the sale of goods or supply of services
- Intellectual property rights (e.g. copyright, licensing and trademarks)
Our specialist e-commerce solicitors can advise on, prepare and negotiate standard terms of business and complex bespoke commercial agreements to protect your business and minimise risk.
Our business solicitors offer a free, no obligation meeting to discuss your business and legal requirements further. For more information or to set up a meeting, please contact us.