Increasingly, e-commerce is becoming an international affair. And as such, online sellers must consider overseas statutes, in addition to local, state, and federal regulations.
Our team regularly works with businesses that engage in cross-border transactions. If you need help with an overseas e-commerce matter, give us a call.
Thinking of buying social media followers? Think again! State attorneys general are filing it under false advertising and cracking down on the practice.Read »
Last year the GDPR went into effect. This year, authorities are on the hunt for any website or app that's not complying with the law. Are you ready?Read »
Attention all businesses: Mastercard is changing its online checkout rules. Click through to learn about the new policy and what you'll need to change.Read »
China has a new e-commerce law, and it could be a boon for stateside online retailers. Jump in to learn more and how it could potentially benefit you.Read »
Uh oh! It looks like Goop, the infamous lifestyle website, got slapped with another online marketing legal claim. Jump in to learn about the case.Read »
According to Internet law reports, lawmakers may be reconsidering the current CAN-SPAM law. This post is a quick update on the issue.Read »
Does your e-commerce business ship to Australia? Do you use Amazon? If you answered yes to both of these questions, follow us inside.Read »
Sometimes, a practice-adjacent, inspiring story lands in our inbox. This is one of those tales about an 81-year-old e-commerce guru.Read »