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Internet and e-Commerce

Online Trading Law

As well as being commercial experts in non-computerized trading and documentation,  Hutharts business lawyers will provide you with a comprehensive range of up-to-date advice on what is an ever-changing industry - e-commerce and internet law.

Hutharts: e-Commerce Solicitors

Electronic commerce is the online exchange of business information via the use of electronic data interchange (EDI), email, electronic bulletin boards, fax transmissions, and electronic funds transfer. E-Commerce refers to online stock and bond transactions, online shopping, the downloading and selling of 'soft merchandise' (software, documents, graphics, etc) and business-to-business transactions. 

Whether you are looking to add an online component to your existing business, or operate totally on the net, Hutharts will guide you through the fast-paced world of online trading. Internet law and online commercial enterprise is one of the quickest-growing departments of our practice, and our e-Commerce solicitors are among the finest in the Tyne and Wear region. Hutharts' solicitors are highly experienced in these areas:

  • Privacy policies
  • Terms of use
  • T&C's for delivery of services
  • T&C's for returns and refunds
  • Online sales of goods
  • Reviews of website content and design
Our expert commercial team will provide you with a thorough understanding of the laws and regulations that govern online trading, they will break down and simplify the complex terminology of the web, will provide you with all the necessary documentation and will deliver a commercially-focused plan tailored to your requirements; Hutharts will help you transfer your business model into the mode of the internet.



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