E-commerce consists primarily of the distributing, buying, selling, marketing and servicing of products or services over electronic systems such as the Internet and other computer networks. The information technology industry might see it as an electronic business application aimed at commercial transactions. It can involve electronic funds transfer, supply chain management , e-marketing, online marketing, online transaction processing, electronic data interchange (EDI), automated inventory management systems, and automated data collection systems. It typically uses electronic communications technology such as the Internet, extranets, e-mails, e-books, databases, and mobile phones.

E-commerce organizations (online shops, news providers, web infrastructure providers, etc.) are bound by legislation on liability of the service providers. In Slovenia there are many acts which regulate this field of law. The most important one is Consumer Protection Act, but there are also some other acts which regulate particular services more precisely. Legislation provides a legal basis for starting e-commerce or eBusiness, regulates their business activity, their relations between them and consumers, resolving of possible disputes, treatment of consumers personal data, establishing secure payment methods, etc.


– producing necessary legal documents,
– establishing the system of liability management, concerning the web service providing.


Legal documents, regarding the general limitations on liability of e-commerce organizations (website usage licences, privacy policy of the website, etc.)

Legal documents, regarding the general limitations on liability about offering web services to consumers.

Strategy of executing electronically supported business processes such as e-contracts, e-communicating, protection of competition and resolving disputes.


Our legal advisory service is intended to be used by information society services providers, online shops, online bidding services, webzines and online newspapers, web data collections providers, web financial services providers, providers of professional services on internet (lawyers, doctors, accountants, real- estate dealers, etc.), web multimedia providers (video on demand, internet TV, etc.), web advertisers, …

We also provide our legal assistance to the consumers who want to protect their rights in compliance to the consumers protection legislation.


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