E-Business

Califf & Harper, P.C. attorneys provide support to both e-commerce companies and to brick-and-mortar companies in all phases of establishing an online presence.

We provide advice regarding setting up web-based businesses including advice on contract law, consent to contract, consumer notice issues, arbitration terms, and payment systems.

We counsel our clients as to a wide variety of other e-business and e-commerce issues, such as:

  • Employee internet and e-mail usage policies
  • Website development, hosting and licensing agreements
  • Hardware and software licensing agreements
  • Tax jurisdiction issues for e-businesses
  • The effect of "electronic signatures" legislation
  • Online privacy issues
  • Protecting intellectual property rights
  • Domain name and trade name issues
 
We counsel our clients in protecting and exploiting their own technology resources and in using the technology of others. We dedicate continuing legal education hours to remaining fully appraised as to this quickly evolving area of the law.
 
Attorneys specializing in E-Business include:
 
 
 
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Facebook Postings: What Employers Should Know
Written by Sigrid U. Zaehringer
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Social Media and Employee Privacy Rights
Written by Sigrid U. Zaehringer
As published in the August 2010 Edition of the Quad City Times Business Journal