Leading eCommerce Law Attorney for Online Businesses
Each and every business that sells a product or service on the Internet must take a proactive approach to operate within establish legal guidelines in the world of electronic commerce. An experienced Internet attorney is of paramount importance to any Internet-based business and Hinch Newman focuses on related legal and regulatory issues.
The firm provides strategic advice to its web-based business clients. We will assist you to understand the risks and take advantage of the steadily increasing number of state and federal laws, rules and regulations governing consumer oriented retail and business-to-business electronic commerce, including the Electronic Retailing Self-Regulation Program Policy & Procedures.
We regularly assist clients that range from Internet service providers to companies selling goods and services over the Internet. If your goal is to organize and monetize your eCommerce activities, protect your commercial interests online or to design, implement, or revise your online marketing strategy, Hinch Newman is an invaluable resource.
Hinch Newman is a leading regulatory compliance and defense law firm, well versed in all aspects of online advertising compliance. The FTC’s ever-evolving guidelines necessarily raise numerous legal considerations for Internet-based businesses and consumer-facing websites. From claim substantiation and disclosures to direct e-mail campaigns, our clients benefit from our in-depth knowledge of the Federal Trade Commission’s Dot Com Disclosures and other applicable advertising rules and regulations.
Hinch Newman is the go-to resource for minimizing exposure and maximizing the growth and vitality of your online business.
There is no substitute for experience and creative thinking. Hinch Newman is at the forefront of guiding Internet-based businesses through the formation, marketing, operation, brand expansion, and regulatory process.
We offer real-world experience designed to assist your business to maximize profits by evaluating numerous factors, including advertising and monetizing your website, design of your homepage, navigation features, product information, and whether your website is configured in such a way to prompt a consumer to make an immediate purchase without further navigation. For assistance with protecting your property rights and the implementation of best business practices designed to ward-off potential litigation, please call us to set up a free consultation to discuss your eCommerce legal issue.
You may also contact us by email at [email protected] or via our Free Online Case Submission Form.