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Internet / E-commerce

In recent years there has been a sharp increase in the number of retail companies that have launched e-commerce platforms for the purpose of selling products and services online. These companies joined other e-commerce companies that have been established for this purpose, such as Amazon, Ali Express, eBay and more.  

The e-commerce field is governed by a complex web of legislation, often extending beyond borders. Hence, obtaining specialized legal advice is essential to navigate through the various laws.

 

The firm advises its clients on an ongoing basis on all legal aspects of their e-commerce activities. 

 

Our Internet department advises foreign clients regarding their e-commerce activity in Israel, including consumer protection, freedom of information, privacy, data protection, copyright, digital signatures, contract law and terms of use.

 

Our team also advises Israeli clients active in the field of e-commerce on a wide range of issues. This enables these clients to act in a manner that gives them the legal certainty needed for any business.

 

Barnea is recognized as Israel’s leading law firm in the IT arena by some of the leading legal ranking guides. Dr. Dotan Baruch, head of the department, is recognized as Israel’s leading attorney in this field.

 

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News and updates - Internet / E-commerce:


January 16, 2018

Increasing Competition and Reducing Inequality between Israeli and Foreign E-Commerce Websites

Online shopping websites not owned by Israelis, or whose owners have no registered representation in Israel (even if the website is offered in Hebrew), tend to enjoy a significant advantage over Israeli-owned websites. Namely, these foreign-owned websites operate according to the perception that they are not subject to the provisions of the Israeli Consumer Protection Law.

February 26, 2017

E-Commerce – Law and Legal Authority

Dr. Dotan Baruch, Head of the Internet Department at Barnea & Co., in an article (in Hebrew) for The Marker, discussing the question of how e-commerce activities may be subject to different legal systems, which can contain rules that do not match and even contradict, especially in matters of licensing and regulation.

February 5, 2017

Doing Business in Israel – Practical Law

Doing Business in Israel? A Q&A guide to doing business in Israel written by Barnea & Co. was published in the Practical Law website. The guide gives an overview of the legal system, foreign investment, regulation, and other issues pertaining to Israel.

Internet / E-commerce

In recent years there has been a sharp increase in the number of retail companies that have launched e-commerce platforms for the purpose of selling products and services online. These companies joined other e-commerce companies that have been established for this purpose, such as Amazon, Ali Express, eBay and more.  

The e-commerce field is governed by a complex web of legislation, often extending beyond borders. Hence, obtaining specialized legal advice is essential to navigate through the various laws.

 

The firm advises its clients on an ongoing basis on all legal aspects of their e-commerce activities. 

 

Our Internet department advises foreign clients regarding their e-commerce activity in Israel, including consumer protection, freedom of information, privacy, data protection, copyright, digital signatures, contract law and terms of use.

 

Our team also advises Israeli clients active in the field of e-commerce on a wide range of issues. This enables these clients to act in a manner that gives them the legal certainty needed for any business.

 

Barnea is recognized as Israel’s leading law firm in the IT arena by some of the leading legal ranking guides. Dr. Dotan Baruch, head of the department, is recognized as Israel’s leading attorney in this field.

 

Back to Internet

News and updates - Internet:


January 16, 2018

Increasing Competition and Reducing Inequality between Israeli and Foreign E-Commerce Websites

Online shopping websites not owned by Israelis, or whose owners have no registered representation in Israel (even if the website is offered in Hebrew), tend to enjoy a significant advantage over Israeli-owned websites. Namely, these foreign-owned websites operate according to the perception that they are not subject to the provisions of the Israeli Consumer Protection Law.

February 26, 2017

E-Commerce – Law and Legal Authority

Dr. Dotan Baruch, Head of the Internet Department at Barnea & Co., in an article (in Hebrew) for The Marker, discussing the question of how e-commerce activities may be subject to different legal systems, which can contain rules that do not match and even contradict, especially in matters of licensing and regulation.

February 5, 2017

Doing Business in Israel – Practical Law

Doing Business in Israel? A Q&A guide to doing business in Israel written by Barnea & Co. was published in the Practical Law website. The guide gives an overview of the legal system, foreign investment, regulation, and other issues pertaining to Israel.

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