You are required by law to contain certain pieces of information on an e-commerce website. These include, but are not restricted to:
- Data protection
- Distance selling regulations
- Cookie policies
- Privacy policies
- Software licence agreements
- Content licence agreements
- Website design, hosting and development agreements
- Terms and conditions
We can advise on all policies related to websites and e-commerce, ensuring you and your business are protected from any potential issues in the future.
- SALE & SUPPLY OF GOODS & SERVICES
- FRANCHISE, DISTRIBUTION & AGENCY
- LOGISTICS & WAREHOUSING
- PROJECTS & PROCUREMENTS
- SOFTWARE DEVELOPMENT & LICENSING
- TECHNOLOGY & PROCUREMENT
- PR, MARKETING & ADVERTISING
- SPONSORSHIP & SALES PROMOTION
- DATA PROTECTION, SECURITY & FREEDOM OF INFORMATION
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