Internet & E-Commerce Law

As of 2017, E-commerce makes up about 10 percent of all retail sales in the United States. While traditional retailers continue to downsize and close stores, E-commerce companies are experiencing an unprecedented boom with no immediate end in sight. The growth of E-commerce has sparked a need for a new kind of law firm – one that truly understands the needs of its clients because it operates in the same realm and builds its business around the same principles of digital entrepreneurship that have changed the retail landscape forever.

To fully tap into their growth potential, E-commerce companies will need to ensure that they clearly define and negotiate agreements with their partners and customers, including:

  • Terms of Use
  • Online Commerce “Web-Mall” Agreements
  • Anchor Tenant Agreements
  • Marketing Agreements
  • Strategic Alliances and Joint Ventures
  • Distribution Agreements
  • Warehouse and Storage Agreements
  • Order Fulfillment Agreements
  • Terms and Conditions of Sale
  • Online Shopping Conditions of Use
  • Subscription Agreements
  • Shopping Cart Disclaimers
  • Clickwrap and Browsewrap Agreements
  • Online Auction Services User Agreements
  • Copyright and Trademark Issues
  • Domain Name Issues
  • Returns and Shipping Policies
  • Manufacturing Agreements
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