Friday, July 26, 2019, 1:00-2:00pm
If your client sells goods, they very likely have – or are seeking to establish – a presence on the Web.
Customers expect to be able to order goods online. Retailers without a Web presence are at a distinct disadvantage. For lawyers, advising web based businesses implicates diverse areas of law.
There are complex issues surrounding web site hosting and e-commerce agreements. There are also issues of online contracting and rise of state and local taxation of e-commerce. These and many other touch businesses that sell on the Web.
This program provides a practical guide to advising clients about the most important aspects of their web-based business.
Part 2 topics:
- State and local taxes of e-commerce issues – what’s taxable, by whom?
- Review of warranty issues when selling goods on the Web
- Counseling clients about national litigation risks
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