We are not only lawyers and economists, but also active users of virtual reality. We have an intimate knowledge of how e-business works, due to the fact that we do not only assist with start-ups for well-known internet sites but we also regularly make use of the very latest developments ourselves. We also track legislative proposals, case law and market practice, and work with industry organisations not in order to be up to date, but because we want to stay one step ahead.
We have extensive experience in dealing, for instance, with:
- internet sites, including social networking sites;
- online stores;
- providers of online payments and mobile payments;
- sites that provide online financial services, including express fast loans (payday loans), crowdfunding, insurance products, and currency exchange services;
- firms that organise loyalty schemes.
We advise businesses active in the e-commerce and m-commerce sectors, by assisting for instance with:
- drawing up and reviewing agreements and customer service terms and conditions;
- personal data protection issues;
- consumer law and prohibited clauses;
- cloud computing and outsourcing;
- the mechanics of internet services, including mobile applications;
- online advertising, sending of commercial information;
- relations between technology providers and customers (for instance negotiating intellectual property agreements, implementing software, SLA);
- acts of unfair competition in the electronic platform community.
- We assisted a leading international law firm advising one of the largest global IT companies on the implementation of a global internet platform (with regard to Polish law issues).
- We were involved in legislative works on bills that were important to the entire instant commerce sector.