E-commerce

There is no hesitation that conducting business online can provide infinite opportunities. However, there are technical and legal issues that have to be dealt with to ensure that your business is complying with Irish and EU laws in relation to E-Commerce. It is essential that you safeguard your business from the outset and obtaining the correct legal advice will ensure this.

We advise clients in the following areas:

  • Privacy Statements

  • Site Terms and Conditions

  • Advice in relation to Domain names

  • Advice in relation to online content

  • Data Protection

  • E-Commerce disputes

FAQs

View our frequently asked questions.

Yes, it is important if you are conducting your business over the internet that the terms and conditions comply with the requirement set out in EU and Irish Law.

Yes, you will need to register your domain name. We can guide you through the process of registration.

Yes. It is essential that your online business complies with GPDR and Data Protection legislation as you will be holding personal data of individuals. We can advise you of your obligations and how to protect your business and customers.

You should seek immediate legal advice if you are notified of a claim being made against you. You may also need to inform your insurers. We will guide you through the steps you need to take in dealing with the dispute.

OUR KEY STAFF

Learn more about our key staff in this area.

William Clarke | Commercial Solicitors Dublin

Victor Clarke

Victor Clarke
William Clarke | Commercial Solicitors Dublin

William Clarke

William Clarke
Breda Storey | Commercial Solicitors Dublin

Breda Storey

Breda Storey

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