E-commerce IT and information

For most organisations their website is not only a shop window for their goods and services, but a site for online trading.

A website is now an essential business requirement and one which is covered by many regulations and compliance requirements.

It is important that you seek legal advice from lawyers who understand how the legislation can affect your business activities.

Expertise in e-commerce, IT and information law

The area of law covering e-commerce, IT and information has changed rapidly in recent years to keep up with technological advances, but are you aware how these developments may impact on your activities?

If your business operates in the IT sector it is important your contracts are put together by lawyers who understand the particular challenges and risks that crop up in your industry.

Our specialist team of lawyers deal with all aspects of e-commerce, IT and information law, including:

  • IT contracts
  • Online selling including terms and conditions of trading
  • Website and e-marketing compliance
  • Advice in relation to domain name disputes and cyber squatting
  • Data protection and freedom of information

 

How can we help you?

Why choose Furley Page for advice on e-Commerce, IT and information

Our lawyers work with you to help you understand how this area of law impacts on your business activities online and we can guide you through the process of complying with your obligations.

We have experience of reviewing, drafting and negotiating a variety of commercial agreements and other IT documentation which we can tailor to your specific requirements.

If you find yourself in an IT related dispute we take a practical and hands on approach to working with you, taking into account not just the legal considerations but also the practical, commercial and tactical aspects.

We regularly advise both Claimants and Defendants and our aim is to work with you to explore and identify the issues that really matter and to achieve the best possible outcome in your circumstances.

Contact George Crofton-Martin or Will King to find out how we can help you.

How can we help you?