E-commerce has grown exponentially in recent years and is now the primary channel through which many businesses drive sales.
The number of people and businesses shopping online is increasing all the time, creating more opportunities for web-based traders to establish themselves and develop in the marketplace. However, trading remotely online does give rise to various regulatory pitfalls which are not associated with traditional bricks and mortar businesses.
There are a range of legal considerations that need to be addressed before going live, including electronic marketing, online trading, distance selling and data protection regulations.
Lanyon Bowdler has a great deal of experience in acting for clients who trade online. Our experts advise businesses in e-commerce on commercial contracts for business-to-business and business-to-consumer transactions.
We take away the burden of stress by taking charge of the whole process to ensure your business is protected. This includes:
Our friendly and approachable solicitors have experience in all areas of e-commerce trading and can give you a tailor-made solution to your specific requirements. We make sure you are protected and fully compliant with relevant legislation, leaving you to concentrate on what matters most - building up your new business.
We have offices in Shrewsbury, Telford, Oswestry, Ludlow, Hereford, Bromyard and Conwy, where our friendly, knowledgeable staff will be happy to welcome you for an initial chat about your requirements. We work with businesses across Shropshire, Cheshire, Herefordshire, The Marches, Mid & North Wales, Birmingham, and the Midlands. As a leading national corporate & commercial law firm with specialist business contracts lawyers, we can represent your interests wherever you are in England, Wales or Northern Ireland
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