Whether you are new to trading or a seasoned online seller, your business will be affected by the eCommerce Directive, which came into force in 2002.

The ecommerce regulations cover much more than ecommerce and were introduced to streamline and simplify the rules surrounding online business.

Over recent years online selling has gained even more momentum, particularly following the COVID-19 pandemic. Today’s consumer now has more choice than ever, so not only is it important that you offer quality goods and services, but you must also have robust measures in place in terms of how you handle customer data.

Helping you Navigate Online Selling Legislation

We offer many years of experience in ecommerce law and offer expert guidance concerning all aspects of the IT and online selling sectors. We understand that handling the legal aspects of your ecommerce business can be challenging, so we are here to make the landscape as easy to navigate as possible.

Our advice will help you and your business to comply with all appropriate legislation so you can provide a safe, secure and professional platform for your customers and business partners.

We work with businesses of all sizes, from small startups to large scale enterprises and everyone in between. Our ecommerce law services include, but are not limited to:

  • The Supply of Goods – B2B and B2C
  • Cookies
  • Distance Selling
  • Contracts
  • Unfair Contract Terms Act (UCTA)
  • Data Protection and GDPR Compliance
  • Working with Third Parties
  • Trades Descriptions Act
  • Consumer Rights (cancellations, product descriptions, returns)
  • Delivery and Shipping
  • Intellectual Property Rights (copyright, licensing and trademarks)
  • Commercial Disputes
  • Website Terms and Conditions
  • Privacy Policies

Our specialist ecommerce solicitors can help you prepare and negotiate everything from standard business terms to comprehensive bespoke commercial agreements to keep your business safe, both online and offline.

Mark Glenister

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