Digitalisation brings new challenges for businesses that meet and connect with their customers online. As a growing number of services are marketed on the internet, the value of websites, databases and data has greatly increased. At the same time, these areas are also heavily regulated through a complex framework based primarily on EU law.
We have experience in all aspects of e-commerce law, including internet transactions, consumer protection, spam, domain name disputes, data protection, website content and website design, hosting and operating agreements, and the storage, processing and transfer of personal data, including transfers to EU and non-EU countries.
We review websites and e-commerce solutions and ensure that they comply with the applicable law, and we draft agreements on rights pertaining to websites and e-commerce solutions, development, internet traffic, and search engine optimization. Further, we advise our clients on matters relating to personal data, and provide assistance in relation to the Danish Data Protection Agency.
We can assist clients with:
- Website terms and conditions
- Privacy policies
- The processing and handling of personal data
- Internet transactions
- Consumer protection
- Big data
- Disclosure obligations
- Online businesses and online contract formation