Companies selling products or services online in the UK can avail themselves of free legal advice from LCF Law, a Bradford-based law firm. They can access this service by participating in an online event scheduled for Thursday, 21st September 2023.

This event is an integral part of the Leeds Digital Festival, an inclusive and collaborative celebration of digital culture running from the 18th to the 29th of September.

The seminar, titled ‘e-Comply: Demystifying E-commerce Law for Success,’ aims to offer valuable insights to businesses navigating the intricate landscape of e-commerce regulations. It ensures that these businesses can attain and sustain optimal compliance for long-term success.

James Sarjantson, Head of Commercial and Digital at LCF Law, said; “In this informative session, we will delve into the crucial aspects of e-commerce compliance, giving attendees the knowledge and tools necessary to ensure their online business thrives within the law.”

The seminar’s target audience encompasses e-commerce business owners and individuals involved in the realm of online business. It caters to established e-commerce entrepreneurs seeking to stay updated on current regulations and newcomers aiming to launch their online ventures. This seminar is designed to empower attendees to stay ahead in the ever-evolving e-commerce landscape.

James added: “We will explore key topics, including consumer rights, marketing to clients, data protection and upcoming legislation, shedding light on the complexities and challenges faced by e-commerce entrepreneurs.

“Through practical guidance, we will provide invaluable knowledge on implementing effective strategies that ensure compliance, safeguard a business and help to foster long-term growth.”

To register for the online event, which will take place via Zoom visit: