E-commerce

Bullivant Houser Bailey PC advises companies for whom E-commerce is a central way of conducting business. Our attorneys began advising clients conducting business on the Internet as early as 1995, before the terms "E-commerce" and "dot-com" were popularized.

Bullivant assists clients on issues relating to website development and hosting agreements, electronic commerce service contracts with third-party vendors, electronic contracting, digital signatures and authentication, encryption, licensing and protection of Internet business methods, copyrights, trademarks, and domain name selection, registration, and sales. We also represent ISPs, website developers, and hosts. We are experienced counselors in the areas of privacy, trademark clearance protection, licensing and monitoring, computer crimes and private causes of action, defamation, domain name disputes, and free speech and intellectual property infringement.