Our eCommerce Legal Services.

​If your business buys and sells over the internet, our eCommerce lawyer can provide you with eCommerce legal services, including:

  • Drafting privacy policies for eCommerce businesses

  • Drafting website terms of use for eCommerce businesses

  • Drafting eCommerce terms and conditions

  • Drafting sales and refund terms and conditions

  • Providing legal advice on the rights and obligations of eCommerce businesses

  • Providing legal advice on consumer rights and the Australian Consumer Law

  • Reviewing marketing, social media and advertising campaigns to ensure legal compliance

  • Reviewing and negotiating supplier agreements, including agreements with overseas suppliers

  • Managing consumer disputes for e-commerce businesses

  • Dealing with regulatory authorities, including regulatory investigations

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Our eCommerce Services.

Did you know that your eCommerce website must include terms and conditions? We can help you to ensure your website complies with the Australian Consumer Law.

We can also advise you on the best way to capture customer data, email marketing strategies and social media posts. All in a way that is legally compliant.

Talk to our eCommerce lawyer today.

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eCommerce Terms & Conditions.

We're experts at drafting and negotiating eCommerce agreements (including website terms, privacy policies and supplier agreements) that will manage your business' risk, identify commercial opportunities and ensure your agreement works for your eCommerce business.

We will write the document in your preferred format and tone, explain the document to you and make sure it works for your eCommerce business and your customers.

We offer affordable and fixed-fee pricing for eCommerce terms and conditions written specifically to suit your business.

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Data and Privacy.

eCommerce businesses manage personal information and operate in an environment that is susceptible to cyber-attacks. Because of this, it's important to make sure you understand your eCommerce business' privacy obligations and ensure you have systems and procedures in place to protect your eCommerce business.

Even if your eCommerce business isn't legally required to have a privacy policy, some online platforms require that eCommerce businesses have one in place.

We can help protect your eCommerce business and your customers' personal information.

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Consumer & Regulatory Compliance.

Your business operates in a highly regulated space. It's important to understand what rights your customers have, while also being commercial about the way you operate your business.

If you receive an email or letter from the Australian Competition and Consumer Commission, Office of the Privacy Commissioner or other regulatory body, your customer threatens to make a complaint, or you need to disclose a data breach, contact us today.

 

We can help your business manage consumer risk.

Our Experience.

Our Legal Principal, Farrah, is a highly experienced, value-for-money eCommerce lawyer. Farrah has trained and worked as a lawyer in Australia for nearly a decade.

Farrah has worked with multi-billion-dollar eCommerce businesses, as well as small eCommerce stores

Farrah is an eCommerce lawyer with a passion for helping businesses and providing them with commercial and legal advice.

eCommerce Legal Services

Contact an experienced eCommerce lawyer today.

Reach out to Prosper Law to discover how we have helped businesses to prosper, and how we can help your business. 

We will contact you within 2 hours