Internet & e-commerce
A webshop or online portal open for business around the clock is one way of pursuing bottom line profitability. However, e-commerce businesses are subject to legislation different from that of their physical counterparts – and are, as a result, facing different legal challenges.
These include mandatory user information provisions as well as marketing matters subject to differing regulatory frameworks depending on whether it is business or consumer marketing.
How can we help?
We offer our clients all-inclusive advice, encompassing all legal aspects of an e-commerce concept. These include mandatory user information, the user's right of cancellation, personal data law as well as in and outsourcing.
Our clients are Danish and international businesses, for example in the financial sector, the retail industry and social networks.
We are member of several networks, including the Confederation of Danish Industry's panel for e-business.
Our competences include:
• Disclosure requirements of Internet sale
• Terms of sales and delivery
• Terms of website use
• Personal data policies
• Cookie consent
• Agreements on web platform and design development
• Intellectual property issues, including Google AdWords
• Subscription services
• Transport and logistics issues
• Applicable law and venue
• Data privacy and payment