Internet Law & E-Commerce

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Internet-based, e-commerce companies present unique legal challenges: drafting electronic contracts, protecting against universal jurisdiction, addressing privacy issues and attending to distinctive intellectual property concerns. So, while an online business has similar corporate and employment concerns as a traditional brick-and-mortar entity, many of the things taken for granted in a brick-and-mortar business simply cannot be pushed aside when conducting business online. The CommLaw Group strives to tailor its representation to meld the standard legal challenges that all businesses face, while at the same time meeting the unique needs of online commerce.

Unlike many traditional law firms, which struggle to understand the legal challenges presented by the Internet and e-commerce, The CommLaw Group’s Internet law & E-Commerce attorneys are steeped in experience dating back to the commercial Internet’s infancy through the epic “Dot Com” era. Some of the specific issues we handle include:

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