If e-commerce it vital to your business,
Virtual In-House Solicitor (VIHS) is here to help
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Whilst online trading (ecommerce) can open up significant opportunities, the complex regulations and a turbulent trading environment present challenges too.

So if a significant percentage of your business sales are processed online, or if you’re planning to sell through an ecommerce site, it is vital that your systems and processes, payment procedures and Terms & Conditions are appropriate, and that the rights of all parties are fairly protected.

You need to define your position regarding taking and processing orders, fulfilment, shipping and distribution, payments, returns, refunds and a host of other criteria. Here at Virtual In-House Solicitor (VIHS) we have a team of ecommerce experts who can help you to navigate the complexities, and assist you with any necessary legal documentation, policies and procedures.

Our ecommerce site now has the Terms & Conditions in place, so we’re all sleeping a little easier tonight! Thanks again for your help...!

DK

Owner, manufacturing company

For guidance on any ecommerce matters, we’re here to help

At VIHS, we’ll help you to understand the regulations and any legal implications around your ecommerce operations, including:

  • Ensuring that you ecommerce site is compliant with all current trading standards legislation
  • Clarifying the level of protection you need for your IP, such as product design
  • Dealing with any licensing issues and copyright matters
  • Drafting your T&Cs or reviewing your existing documentation
  • Processing any legal documentation and paperwork

We’re here to provide legal insights, as and when you need them. Ours is a flexible law advisory service that has been designed to meet your requirements and obligations, at costs that you might find more affordable.

Help with your ecommerce activities is just a click or a call away

To find out more about any of the services we offer, just click on the links to the corporate law services pages, or contact Erika Moralez-Perez on 01923 587 318 email info@virtualinhousesolicitor.com