• E-Commerce lawyers

    E-commerce allows businesses to easily connect with large (often global) markets, and as the space grows and evolves, so do we.

    We provide up-to-date legal advice and support to our clients as they navigate and utilise the internet to promote and sell their products.

    ho we work with

    Our e-commerce lawyers work with a wide range of creative individuals and businesses. For more information about the industries we work with, take a look at our client industries here.


    Looking for legal assistance or advice? We’d love to help. Get in touch with one of our e-commerce lawyers today.

    E-commerce law advice services

    We provide legal advice on matters relating to e-commerce and trade, such as:

    • General e-commerce business and legal advice.
    • Australian Consumer Law.
    • Laws relating to refunds, returns and warranties.
    • Working with designers, manufacturers, suppliers, wholesalers, distributors, web developers, retailers, employees, contractors and more.
    • Online policies relating to privacy, copyright, shipping, returns and social media.
    • Affiliate marketing and partnerships.
    • NFTs, AI and the metaverse.
    • Trade mark registration and protection.
    • Intellectual property matters, including rights, ownership, use, commercialisation and infringement.
    • Commercialising and selling digital content such as NFTs, code, software, images, music, e-books and more.
    • Disputes and litigation.
    • Much more.

    E-commerce terms, policies and contracts

    We can draft, review and negotiate a range of terms and conditions, policies and contracts relating to e-commerce and trade, including:

    • Website terms and conditions.
    • E-commerce (online store) terms and conditions.
    • App and platform terms and conditions.
    • Privacy policies.
    • Shipping policies.
    • Refund and return policies.
    • Social media policies.
    • Software and website development agreements.
    • Web design agreements.
    • UX design agreements.
    • Affiliate marketing and partnership agreements.
    • Employee and contractor agreements.
    • Collaboration agreements.
    • Manufacture and supply agreements.
    • Wholesale agreements.
    • Retail distribution agreements.

    E-commerce commercialisation services

    We can help you commercialise your creativity through the following:

    • Registering brand assets as trade marks.  
    • Licensing and assignment of IP assets. 
    • Domain name registration and transfers. 
    • Sponsorship, endorsements, publicity and merchandising opportunities. 
    • Drafting, reviewing and negotiating affiliate marketing agreements.


    E-commerce dispute services

    We have experience dealing with intellectual property and consumer law disputes in the e-commerce industry including:

    • Drafting and responding to cease and desist letters. 
    • Alternative dispute resolution. 
    • Negotiations and mediation. 
    • Infringement proceedings and litigation.


    Common problems our e-commerce lawyers solve

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