Help Clients Ensure Compliance and Avoid Costly Liabilities
An online presence can create unexpected legal and regulatory risks. Clients need you to handle these legal issues so they can focus on growing their business. This primer on e-commerce law and contracts will delve into hot spots that give rise to liability and ways to mitigate that liability. Build your knowledge - register today!
Explore the key legal issues that e-commerce businesses need to worry about.
Ensure website privacy policies are CCPA and GDPR compliant.
Understand the intellectual property issues companies face when conducting business online.
Learn how to minimize legal risks by using disclaimers, warranties, and liability limits.
Overview of E-Commerce Legal Challenges (i.e., E-Commerce Law 101)
JIM CHESTER is a partner in the law firm of Klemchuk LLP, in Dallas, Texas. Mr. Chester is a technology and business attorney who solves legal challenges for innovation-based entrepreneurs and dynamic companies. His experience spans more than 20 years of business law (business formation, governance, business and technology transactions), intellectual property (IP) registration and enforcement, licensing agreements, ecommerce, international business transactions, import/export regulatory compliance, and trade agreements. Mr. Chester is also a recognized authority in assisting clients who are buying and selling technology businesses, global technology transactions, and providing strategic legal counsel for innovators and industry disruptors. Since 2001, he has served as an adjunct professor of law at Baylor Law School Law, the University of Dallas, and Texas A&M - Commerce. Starting in 2019, he began teaching entrepreneurial law at SMU's Cox School of Business. Mr. Chester has also published one legal textbook, Chester's Guide to International Business Law and he is author or co-author of numerous articles and chapters published in several industry books. He is the founder/chairman of the DFW-STCL Alumni Network (2008-present); former chair, International Committee, State Bar of Texas Intellectual Property Section (2013-2015); member of the State Bar of Texas; and a fellow of the Texas Bar Foundation (2009 - present). Mr. Chester earned his B.S. degree from Texas A&M University - Commerce, his J.D. degree from South Texas College of Law and his LL.M. degree in international economic law from the University of Houston School of Law.
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