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5 February 2021 | Webinars | Article by Emily Powell

The Digital Dilemma Series - How To Sell Your Goods Online – The Legal Way: Consumer Terms & Conditions

Here's the first video in our Digital Dilemma series, covering everything you need to know about how to sell your goods online - the legal way.

This session outlines the key elements to include when preparing terms and conditions, so that you are complying with consumer protection laws when selling online. In this video, we cover the information that buyers must be provided with before purchasing and how you should incorporate the terms and conditions into a contract. 

Consumer Terms & Conditions

Digital Dilemma Series - Consumer Terms & Conditions

Our series of 4 videos, followed by a live Q&A webinar, will cover everything you need to know about how to sell your goods online - the legal way. This digital dilemma series covers areas including consumer terms and conditions, intellectual property, VAT and data protection.

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Live Q&A Webinar

4 March | 3pm - 4pm

This live webinar gives you a chance to pose your questions to the panel. Join us for this interactive opportunity to drill down further into the key aspects you’re interested in. Our specialists will offer their expertiseaddress your queries, and point you to further information and support. 

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