Internet Law

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Whether you are a start-up or a multinational corporation, complex commercial law issues can arise from doing business online. LawDownUnder provides a broad range of legal services to assist you in building and safeguarding your online businesses from unlawful conduct that may disrupt revenue streams, divert your consumers, or cause other harm to your business.

LawDownUnder provides advice on Internet law, such as software as a service, user generated content, privacy, jurisdictional issues, website content, content and technology acquisition, advertising agreements, confidentiality agreements, website agreements, service level agreements, or software license agreement, web hosting agreements, website terms and conditions, click-wrap agreements, and anti-spamming laws.

Your website contract is your first and last line of defense if anyone should want to sue you as a result of visiting your website or using your service. Therefore your website agreement should be customised to your business.

Get specialist legal advice on issues relating to all aspects of B2B and B2C services, including internet copyright law, trademark protection, trade secrets, content licensing agreement, unfair competition and commercial contracts.

Complex legal issue may arise when drafting cobranding agreements, advertising agreements, confidentiality agreements, website agreements, service level agreements, or software license agreement. Developing a sound IP strategy and getting the details right will protect your business from revenue loss.

Other issues that commonly arise in the Internet law and cyber law context involve cloud computing contracts, outsourcing contracts, information security, unfair competition law, advertising and marketing issues, and web- and mobile-application development contracts, legal notices and disclaimers.

  • Copyright law
  • Trademark law
  • Trade secrets and confidentiality agreements
  • Intellectual property in cyberspace
  • Privacy law
  • E- commerce law
  • Internet governance
  • Brand development and protection
  • Legal compliance
  • Jurisdiction and choice of law