IT LAW &
WITHIN THE FRAMEWORK OF IT LAW AND E-COMMERCE, WE PROVIDE LEGAL ADVICE ON THE PROCUREMENT AND DISTRIBUTION OF HARDWARE AS WELL AS STANDARD AND INDIVIDUAL SOFTWARE. WE ALSO PROVIDE LEGAL SUPPORT IN THE CREATION OF YOUR WEB SHOP.
Nowadays almost no company can do without a digital infrastructure. Disputes and problems in connection with IT contracts can best be avoided in advance by competent advice in the drafting of the contract. We support you in the drafting, review and negotiation of IT contracts of all kinds. Of course, we are also at your disposal in connection with EVB IT contracts characterised by public procurement law or service level agreements. In all cases we always keep the provisions of data protection law in mind.
In this context, we advise software developers and purchasers in particular with regard to the principles of data protection law such as privacy by design and privacy by default.
In addition, we review and draw up general terms and conditions for the purchase and sale of software and hardware based on your specific needs and the actual circumstances.
Our advice and representation is provided in disputes and litigation with IT-related issues before ordinary courts and in arbitration proceedings
If you also sell your goods or services online, your website should always comply with the current legal requirements. However, the compliance with the applicable legal requirements for e-commerce are becoming more and more opaque due to new laws, regulations and European legal requirements.
Therefore, we keep the overview for you and support you in B2B (business to business) as well as in B2C (business to client) sales. We check your website and your web shop for legal conformity and compliance with the extensive disclosure requirements. If necessary, we will gladly adapt both to the applicable legal situation.
We take a close look at your general terms and conditions or design them to suit your site. We are also happy to take over your receivables management.
GDPR stands for: General Data Protection Regulation and refers to the basic data protection regulation which has been directly applicable in all EU member states since 25.05.2018. We would like to briefly highlight the essential aspects of the new regulations for you and present our consulting approach.