Advising Online Businesses: Privacy, Domain Issues, Liability, Tax, Contractual and E-Commerce Compliance
Note: CPE credit is not offered on this program
Recording of a 90-minute CLE webinar with Q&A
This CLE course will provide counsel with guidance on the legal issues concerning online businesses addressing concerns that arise from compliance with privacy requirements in addition to directing companies on matters related to domain acquisition, theft, and squatting. The panel will direct corporate attorneys on managing fraud and securing e-commerce transactions.
- Terms and conditions
- Governing law
- Dispute resolution
- Limitation of liability
- Privacy issues
- Domain names
- Domain squatting
- Other IP concerns
- Social media and advertising
- Sales tax collection and submission
The panel will review these and other essential matters:
- What are the basics of terms and conditions needed for an e-commerce business?
- How and when must an online company comply with federal and international privacy laws?
- What should a business due to acquire and maintain its domain and other IP?
- What online companies need to do to comply sales tax requirements
Mr. Arora concentrates his practice on business litigation and complex domestic and international corporate transaction... | Read More
Mr. Arora concentrates his practice on business litigation and complex domestic and international corporate transaction matters. His robust general counsel practice focuses on preventative counseling and solid business structuring. Mr. Arora routinely advises online businesses to protect their intellectual property, establish clear internal guidelines and procedures, negotiate commercial contracts, navigate regulatory compliance issues, handle other high-stakes business matters, and resolve controversies through litigation or different forms of alternative dispute resolution.Close
Mr. Chester's experience spans more than twenty years of business law (business formation, governance, business... | Read More
Mr. Chester's experience spans more than twenty years of business law (business formation, governance, business & technology transactions), intellectual property (IP) registration and enforcement, licensing agreements, ecommerce, international business transactions, import/export regulatory compliance and trade agreements.Close