E-Commerce

France

Increasing use of compulsory mediation, a growing number of legal obligations in terms of consumer information, reinforced protection of personal data and so on: as e-commerce expands, the consumer protection regulations are becoming tighter, creating an increasingly complex legal framework. Managing all of the legal challenges associated with your business is not only a necessity to prevent underlying risks (in terms of content, data security, general terms and conditions of sale and use, legal notices, etc.) but also a real advantage in terms of developing and creating value in your business. Our expert lawyers in internet and e-commerce law are able to support you in establishing the necessary provisions and tools.

Our global and multidisciplinary approach, based on a varied combination of expertise, enables us to address all of your issues from electronic invoicing to archiving via cyber-surveillance of employees. Whether you are a publisher of e-commerce platforms, software, online games or websites or a national or multinational company, our team will advise and assist you throughout the life of your online business project (website creation, maintenance, hosting, acquisition of intellectual property rights, access security, implementation of terms and conditions of sale, etc.). We also support you in establishing secure online payment solutions; in your invoice digitisation projects; in the implementation of electronic archiving solutions as well as the collection, processing and transfer of personal data.

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27/01/2014
CMS Bur­eau Fran­cis Le­fe­b­vre ad­vises Com­pu­Group Med­ic­al...
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27/01/2014
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10 Mar 20
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25 Feb 20
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17 Feb 20
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30 Jan 20
New European rules for on­line plat­forms
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15 Nov 19
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12 Sep 19
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16 Jul 19
An in­tro­duc­tion to the law of block­chain and dis­trib­uted ledger tech­no­lo­gies...
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11 Jul 19
An in­tro­duc­tion to the law of block­chain and dis­trib­uted ledger tech­no­lo­gies...
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09 Jul 19
New Dir­ect­ives reg­u­lat­ing sales to European con­sumers
As part of the European Com­mis­sion’s Di­git­al Single Mar­ket Strategy, the European Uni­on has re­cently ad­op­ted two Dir­ect­ives which will ap­ply from 1 Janu­ary 2022. The Sale of Goods Dir­ect­ive relates...