E commerce is the buying and selling of products or services over electronic systems such as the Internet. This area of Internet usage has greatly increased in the last couple of years and now provides for a substantial share in today’s retail markets. With such a rapid and huge increase in popularity in a short space of time, it is not surprising that the world of E commerce has developed associated issues and a vast array of regulatory requirements. Clarke Jeffers provide fast and reliable advice to our clients either as affected individuals or E commerce companies.
We understand that for most, if not all, retailers an online presence is a must in order to survive. Creating that online presence in a safe and compliant manner is essential in order to ensure the preservation of reputation and trust with the customer. Clarke Jeffers combine their experience in the areas of internet law, E commerce and business law to provide our clients with the edge that allows them to concentrate on the retail element of their business with the knowledge their regulatory matters are in order. We further specialise in designing online selling / buying terms and conditions to ensure that your business is kept as safe as possible while operating in the cyber world.
Clarke Jeffers advise multinational E commerce companies physically located in Ireland as well as individuals and domestic business on all aspects of E commerce such as consumer legislation, to include the Distance Selling Regulations and Unfair Contracts Terms Regulations.
Specialist Areas include:
- Domain Name Disputes and WIPO applications
- Website User Terms and Conditions
- E commerce trading terms
- Data Protection and Privacy Policies
- Fair Usage Policies
- Software development agreements
- Software licensing agreements
- Domain Name Disputes
- Copyright issues
- Defamation Issues
- Cookie Law