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A legal introduction to eCommerce | Presented by Marque Lawyers

This eCommerce guide will introduce you to some of the most common legal issues that are seen in the eCommerce world. Produced by AFC Affiliate partner Marque Lawyers.

by The AFC

4 August 2021

 
eCommerce plays an important role in fashion and textile businesses.

It’s an essential for fashion brands and therefore important to understand its complexity, especially legal ones. Produced by AFC Affiliate Partner Marque Lawyers, this eCommerce guide walks you through some of the most common legal issues that are seen in the eCommerce world.
 

As part of the AFC’s Innovation & Technology Toolkit, we invite our members to engage with this essential resource that can guide you through the below topics
 

Supply Chain
Why efficiently managing your supply chain is fundamental to your success.

Brand Protection and IP
Trademarking your brand as a valuable marketing tool.

Website Terms
How to write your business T&C’s with personality and why you need to keep them updated.

Privacy & Spam
Your obligations as an Australian retailer

Advertising and Social Media
How to convert campaigns to cash

Consumer Law & other Regulatory Compliance
What to do when something doesn’t go as planned
 

Click here to access the toolkit
 
 

AFC Member Offer
Marque Lawyers are offering AFC Members a 20 minute free consultation (limited to 2 per membership year). Find out more here
 

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