Whether it is an upgrading of an existing business or the launch of a new e-business (either in the form of an e-shop or in the form of e-services), it is imperative for each trader to acquire familiarity with the legal provisions that could affect his business.
When a business runs from the internet, issues arise that would not arise in an enterprise in its classical form (out-of-home business). The peculiarity of the e-market electronics market requires special knowledge but also proper legal and tax planning to ensure the efficiency of the e-business.
The Internet provides access to an international market. The online market is probably the most flexible market available and e-commerce is a rapidly growing industry. Nevertheless, the point at which an online business will take place can greatly affect its viability and profitability. E-commerce law calls for lawyers specialising in e-commerce.
Among other things, we advise and represent about:
- Starting an online business in England
- Starting an online business in Cyprus
- Starting an online business Greece
- Intellectual and industrial property issues arising from the Internet
- Personal data issues
- Electronic advertising issues
- Tips on choosing a country for e-business
- Drawing up commercial contracts with the applicable law of England
- Drawing up commercial contracts governed by Cyprus law
- Drawing up commercial contracts governed by Greek law
- Terms and conditions of e-commerce stores
- Legal content of e-commerce web sites
- Legal disputes arising from the exploitation of an online business
- Issues of commercial requirements