E-Commerce

e-commerce

Nowadays, companies cannot ignore the significant place of the internet in international e-commerce. In order to develop their exchanges, they should be equipped with a website whether it directs towards other businesses (BtoB) or to consumers (BtoC).

The Law on computer and freedom of January 6, 1978, and the Law on confidence in the digital economy of July 21, 2004, impose obligations upon companies with a website.

Specialized in Internet law, Dreyfus can assist you in all the steps taken regarding the creation of a website. Dreyfus will be able to give you advice to ensure compliance with all the relevant applicable dispositions.

Services offered:

  • Drafting of General Conditions of Sales that depends on targets of the website, goods & services and of operational & technical constraints.
  • General Conditions of Use: they regulate the interactions between your website and internet users.
  • Privacy Policy: article 32 of the French Law on computer and freedom impose obligations regarding the collection of private data by the controller. It has to be specified in the Privacy Policy, which measures are undertaken to respect these obligations.
  • Legal notices: they are mandatory for every cyber merchants.
  • Advice in the event of plagiarism of your website.
  • Raising awareness on the liability of online intermediaries.
  • Advice for the establishment of loyalty programs.
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No likelihood of confusion for the juxtaposition of a corporate name with a prior trademark: ECOLAB / KAIROS ECOLAB.

Posted on 13 February 2019

It was after a lengthy procedure that the French Supreme Court, the Cour of Cassation, in its judgment delivered by the Commercial Chamber on November 14, 2018, held that there was no likelihood of confusion between the prior mark ECOLAB and the contested mark KAIROS ECOLAB.

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Alsatian Sauerkraut is recognized as a Protected Geographical Indication (PGI)!

Posted on 5 February 2019

The famous Alsatian Choucroute (Sauerkraut) was finally recognized on July 3rd, 2018 as a Protected Geographical Indication (PGI) at the European level.

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