E-Commerce, York, Wetherby & Malton
For a modern business, your website doesn't just act as a shop window for people to find out what goods and services you provide – it is an essential means of directly trading with your customers.
While these developments can allow a company to grow and develop in ways that were previously not possible, they also bring with them a range of regulatory and compliance considerations.
A comprehensive service for online businesses
Whatever the nature of your business, our lawyers will take the time to get to know your company, the market in which you are operating and your commercial drivers.
Working with new and established businesses, we regularly advise on matters such as:
- Setting up and running an online business
- Website terms and conditions
- Compliance with the EU's Distance Selling Regulation
- Content licence agreements
- Electronic marketing regulations
- Software licence agreements
- Data protection obligations
- Privacy policies and regulations
- Corporate affairs
- Website acceptable use policies
- Linking agreements
- Domain name disputes and cybersquatting
Expert service for technology companies
Our e-commerce lawyers offer a bespoke service tailored to the needs of tech businesses. We can provide essential legal support for brand protection, including copyright and domain names.
When starting a new e-commerce venture, having the right legal support in place from the outset is essential. At Ware & Kay, our solicitors can ensure that you get prompt, practical advice so that the foundations of your business are firmly established.
Contact our Commercial Team in Yorkshire
Our commercial team endeavour to provide a service that is efficient, professional and affordable. Here at Ware & Kay, we pride ourselves on ensuring our clients are regularly updated on their case, keeping them in the know through every step. We offer fixed-fees wherever possible and are available to provide a no obligation quote for your business today.