I.T and e-Commerce Contracts

At London-based Adam Bernard Solicitors, we understand the I.T and E-commerce. The industry has grown exponentially in the past decade: with the number of global digital shoppers growing from 1.66 billion to 2.14 billion people in the five years leading up to 2021. At Adam Bernard Solicitors, we can help your business keep up with this rapid pace There are many reasons why shoppers choose to go-online, including convenience and competitive pricing. However, the COVID-19 pandemic only added reasons for consumers to go digital. Shoppers were no longer able to go to physical storefronts and some, even in reopening, feared for their health and safety. Many businesses have capitalised on the increase of demand for online selling and e-commerce is now a primary channel in which many businesses drive their sales

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What we can do for you

Our experienced Commercial Contract Lawyers can advise you on all aspects of the e-commerce industry and tailor contracts the fit your business’ specific needs and requirements. We can advise a variety of online business formats which include mobile applications, online stores, websites, and software programs.

Some of the industry specific contracts we offer include:

  • I.T Services Agreements which outline business deals, revenue streams and protects your business’ liability. These agreements aid in establishing clear expectations of your services as well as the fees involved.
  • Terms and Conditions that will explain the relationship between the customers and your online business.
  • Privacy Policies to keep your business GDPR compliant while handling customers’ personal data such as payment details and addresses.
  • License Agreements allow a party to use and earn revenue from the intellectual property of another in exchange for royalties.

Our contracts are designed to keep your business compliant with the Electronic Commerce (EC Directive) Regulations 2002 (as well as with the laws of other states you may be dealing within) so you can concentrate on the important task of growing your online business.

Call us now to get in touch with one of our expert I.T e-Commercial Contract Lawyers 0207 100 0505.

We can also review and advise on agreements you are being asked to sign, renegotiate new terms on existing agreements and contracts or draft entirely new contracts.

Get in touch with our expert I.T and e-Commerce Contracts Solicitors today.