E-commerce

These days, making the most of your digital footprint is essential for all businesses.

The management of a website can significantly affect your income and business, whether operating in a business-to-customer or a business-to-business environment.

 

Dreyfus helps you at each stage of setting up a website. Dreyfus will also ensure you are complying with all applicable laws and regulations.

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General Terms and Conditions

 

Our team helps you to draft your general terms and conditions of sale and use. The general conditions regulate and provide a framework for the commercial relationship between the customer and the seller or service provider. It is strongly recommended to use these terms in order to establish precise conditions and effective legal certainty, as well as to prevent any litigation.

 

Privacy Policy

 

French law sets out obligations relating to collection of personal data. The use of a website for commercial purposes often leads to collection of such data. It is therefore imperative to specify the measures implemented in order to comply with data collection legislation, in particular regarding the General Data Protection Regulations (GDPR).

 

Legal notices

 

To ensure transparency, any communication supporting your products or services requires the disclosure of mandatory information. This is achieved through a legal notice. Every website must contain a legal notice indicating, among other things, the identity of the person posting the information. In order to comply with both the legal requirements and their evolution, our experienced team is ready to support you in drafting your legal notices.