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Specialist E-Commerce Lawyer

Selling on a digital marketplace or running an online store? Access an award-winning team, quick response times, and fixed-fee solutions with Gladwin Legal.

As specialist E-commerce lawyers with expertise in online consumer law and retail terms, we understand the fast-moving nature of the industry and the need for quick response times. We’re easy to deal with because we skip the legal jargon and communicate with you clearly and promptly so you get the most practical and cost-effective solutions.

With extensive experience in online business law, our team of E-commerce lawyers across Melbourne, Sydney and Brisbane make it easier than ever for you to sell your goods and services on the internet. Speak to an E-commerce lawyer from Gladwin Legal today.

Award-Winning Legal Advice for E-Commerce Retailers

E-Commerce Law for Online Retailers

In this modern age, businesses need to embrace technology and the Internet to grow.  With more and more customers looking online to make a purchase, it is more important than ever for retailers to get their online legal documents in excellent shape with clear, unambiguous policies. We provide legal guidance for all online and Amazon sellers and digital marketplace operators. This includes drafting a range of agreements and contracts relevant to your operations as well as assist with any LMCT promotions and competitions that are run online.

Our E-commerce lawyers are experts in the E-commerce retail space and will make sure your online store complies with the Australian Consumer Law and the Privacy Act.  Having helped E-commerce retailers all over Australia, you can count on Gladwin Legal for carefully drafted privacy policies and terms and conditions for online shopping websites.

Fast, Effective and Affordable Online Legal Advice

Unlike traditional lawyers, we are specialists in commercial law. As a leading E-commerce lawyer, we offer tailored E-commerce law packages so you can get legal advice on demand that won’t cost you an arm and a leg.

We’re all about supporting Australian retailers online, so you can feel confident you’re getting the best advice at the best price without the long wait times.

Don’t leave your online business liable! Ensure you’ve got all your bases covered. Book a free consultation with an E-commerce lawyer at Gladwin Legal today.

Gladwin Legal’s E-Commerce Lawyers Can Assist You With:

  • Website terms and conditions
  • Online shopping terms and conditions
  • Online shipping/delivery policies
  • Online return policies
  • Privacy policies
  • Contracts

Our E-commerce lawyers can also draft privacy policies and legal documents in consideration of any global markets you may sell to outside of Australia, so you get complete peace of mind.

Looking for assistance with your IT Agreements, such as website platforms, licences or hosting agreements? We can help with those too!

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    E-Commerce Law Frequently Asked Questions

    Yes, if you are selling a product on an Australian website and the product is in Australia, then you must charge GST and remit the GST.

    Depending on the types of goods and services you sell on your website, you may need a disclaimer. Often, disclaimers are included where there are health ramifications associated with a product or service. It’s a good idea to think about the overall impression your website is giving consumers and consider whether it’s accurate and clear in its intention.

    You do not need a privacy policy if your turnover is less than $3 million per year (not just from your website but across your entire business) and if you are not collecting Sensitive Information (as defined in the National Privacy Principles).  However, most businesses opt to include a privacy policy as it makes their business look larger and more professional. More importantly, it clarifies for their customers what information is being collected and how it’s being used.  This saves any ill will that may be generated by using personal information to undertake marketing to your customers.

    Technically, you do not need to do anything to obtain copyright protection for your website. As long as you own the text and images (e.g., through a services agreement with your web designer or by creating them yourself), you will own the copyright in the images and text.

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