Questions about the law of online contracts?
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Most businesses put some thought into the online agreements that they post on their websites. After all, online agreements can be an effective way to limit liability associated with products and services.
But most businesses put nowhere near enough thought into the question of whether the agreements they post online are actually enforceable in a court of law.
It doesn’t matter how fancy your legal agreement is, and it doesn’t matter how much you think it limits your liability. If it isn’t enforceable, it won’t do you any good.
To navigate this complex question of law, you need to understand the nuances of legal jurisdictions, ever-changing legal precedents, the prior history of online dispute fact patterns, and the full range of laws that apply to online contracts. Some of this is common sense, but there are aspects of this area of the law that most people find counter-intuitive.
We’re nationally recognized leaders on questions of the law of online contracts. We make it a point to have a comprehensive knowledge of these issues. We’ve represented Fortune 50 companies and Y Combinator startups. We’ve litigated this issue in federal court. We’ve published a comprehensive guide on the subject. We also frequently contribute to public scholarly discourse when important cases arise.
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