LMP Law Firm offers a range of services in the field of e-commerce to help businesses comply with laws and regulations in their operations. E-commerce is extensively regulated in the European Union and consumers have many rights that online shops must take into account. LMP Law Firm assists and advises customers on a number of e-commerce related matters.

Permits and licences

Engaging in e-commerce may require various permits and licenses in accordance with the laws in force in each country. Our law firm helps clients understand what permits and licenses are required for their e-commerce activities and helps prepare the necessary applications. We also help customers understand the rights and obligations they have under different laws and regulations in the context of e-commerce.

Terms of service for online shops

Terms of service are an important legal document for online shops, setting out the rights and obligations of the shop owner and the customers. We help clients draft clear and understandable terms of service according to the needs of their online shop. This covers all important and legally required aspects, such as return rights, warranties, payment methods, delivery of goods and other relevant matters.

Purchase and sales contracts and supply contracts

Contracts for the purchase and sale of goods and delivery contracts are important documents that define the terms and conditions for the purchase and sale of goods, including delivery and payment methods. We help clients draft clear and understandable sales and supply contracts to ensure legal protection for both the customer and the shop owner.

Consumer protection

Consumer protection disputes can be complex and time-consuming, so it is important that businesses are prepared for such situations. We can help clients avoid disputes by advising them on how to comply with consumer protection laws and regulations. We also help resolve disputes with consumers, including offer support in filing claims in dispute resolution and court proceedings. Our aim is to ensure that our clients’ rights and interests are protected and that their reputation is not damaged.

Data protection

Collection, processing and storage of personal data must be secure and comply with the requirements of the GDPR. Therefore, an online shop needs a privacy policy that describes the processing and use of personal data. We help create and implement a privacy policy and ensure that the online shop complies with the data protection law.

In addition to the above, we assist in the resolution of disputes both out of court and in court. Naturally, we will advise on any other e-commerce issues you may have.