E-Commerce

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E-commerce is changing every day creating new business opportunities for our clients, but at the same time new legal challenges as well. We are here to guide them through each and every one.

E-Commerce

The digital world sits at the forefront of innovation. As a result, legislation governing e-commerce and the internet is continuously evolving and we are on hand to provide our clients with the legal and practical guidance they need.

We understand the challenges our clients face, it’s why we advise them on a wide range of e-commerce matters including electronic billing, online contracting and online payments, ISP liability, website compliance and internet domain names.

We regularly handle these matters for web shops, internet and e-payment service providers, social media platforms, leading businesses and government agencies, offering sound, practical advice.

Should it be required, we have direct access to expertise across our firm including administrative law, financial regulation and tax. When combined with our close cooperation with top-tier law firms in other jurisdictions around the world, we are very well placed to handle all domestic and cross-border e-commerce matters for our clients. 

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