We can help you with the legal aspects of e-commerce by creating special terms and conditions, and ensuring that your customers are bound by them.
If your business involves selling goods or services to consumers, additional care needs to be taken.
Over the last few years there has been a steady increase in the level of protection that consumers are entitled to under statutes and regulations.
A particular concern is the impact of distance selling regulations which can include sales concluded on the internet.
"Actons' team of ‘experienced’ advisers provides ‘clear and concise advice’. The department primarily focuses on owner-managed businesses and small-to-medium-sized enterprises, but also regularly undertakes work for banks and other funding providers."The Legal 500 2018 (Insolvency and corporate recovery)
"‘Very knowledgeable’ practice head Simon Dakin, who impresses with ‘an abundance of common sense and good commercial instinct’,"The Legal 500 2018 (Corporate and commercial (Notts & Derby))
"I would highly recommend the services of Simon Dakin, he is the ideal person to have at your side when needing commercial business advice. His great attention to detail and client focus ensures that you leave with a feeling that nothing has been to much trouble. If you want a professional, personal service from someone who cares about what he is doing, look no further."Andy Hogben, Managing Director – Quadrant Events
The Legal 500 2021: Corporate & Commercial: Nottingham & DerbyNoted for its particular investment in the private healthcare industry, Actons 'very professional' team focuses primarily on advising owner-managed businesses and SMEs on acquisitions and disposals. Simon Dakin continues to be very active in multimillion-pound corporate transactions. The 'diligent and hardworking' Peter Flowerday has considerable expertise assisting clients with corporate and commercial deals.