Does your business operate or transact online?  If it does, then presumably you will be using some form of written terms on your website or App that outline your expectations in terms of your relationship with your customers? 

Although this is standard in today’s online marketplace many business owners haven’t considered whether they are legally able to rely on their terms and conditions in the event that they need to. That is, they haven’t considered whether their Terms of Use are the legal contract that they intend them to be.  In a variety of cases, the courts have considered these type of agreements (called Click-Wrap or Browse-Wrap Agreements (amongst other terms)) and they have not always found them to be binding on customers.

During this lunchtime seminar Kirsten will provide you with the detail you need so that you can be sure that your online terms and conditions are providing you with the protection that you think they are and that you can rely on them in the event of a future dispute. 

When:             Wednesday 2 May 2018
Time:              12.15 pm - 1.15 pm
Where:            Level 19, PWC Tower, 113-119 The Terrace, Wellington

To register your attendance please enter your details below and submit or contact Kay Johnston on (04) 473 6850 or kjohnston@raineycollins.co.nz

Free seminar - Online Terms of Use - Can you rely on yours? - 2 May 2018