The growth of the internet and digital economy has thrown up a host of new challenges for organisations as well as putting a new slant on familiar issues such as data protection.
We advise organisations on a wide range of internet law issues relating to launching, developing or migrating to online platforms in both the B2B and B2C sectors.
The range of e-business matters on which we advise includes:
- Online transactions
- Website design, development, maintenance and hosting
- Value-added services such as credit card processing
- Linking, framing and revenue sharing
- Intellectual property rights and their exploitation, including digital content licensing
- Legality of content and take-down procedures
- Disclaimers and website terms and conditions
- Contract formation and sales terms and conditions
- Record keeping and evidence
- Privacy, privacy policies and data protection
- Cookie policies
- Consumer protection, such as distance selling
- Jurisdictional issues
- Sector regulation and self-regulation
We act for public sector bodies and businesses across a range of sectors including financial services, retail, fashion, sport and gaming.