The Executive Committee of ACC Hong Kong invites you to the following presentation, hosted by Koh Vass & Co in Association with Osborne Clarke.
Food and drinks will be provided. 1 Law Society of Hong Kong CPD point has been applied for. New York and California Approved Jurisdiction policy may apply.
TOPIC: Using social media, WeChat, e-Commerce to do business and possible pitfalls.
"For ecommerce, the most important thing is trust." The CEO of one of the largest e-commerce platform has once commented.
We invite you to discuss ideas around legal issues relating to e-commerce. What are the things to look out for when using social media to promote e-commerce? This workshop aims to summarise common legal issues faced by e-commerce business, including data privacy and advertising issues when e-commerce operators conduct their businesses via third party social media, possible platform liabilities (including copyright and trademark issues), and to raise awareness of issues relating to cross-border data and payment.
Marcus is a partner of Koh Vass & Co. Marcus is a Digital Business lawyer. He advises clients on a broad range of e-commerce and technology matters.
He focuses on digital business, platforms, online sales, privacy and data protection issues, and projects. His clients include businesses in the e-commerce, communications, IT and media sectors.
Marcus has lead on a series of award winning Digital Business projects and matters including some of the largest technology, platforms and e-commerce. He has been top ranked for TMT work in various directories for several years.
Koh Vass & Co in Association with Osborne ClarkeSuite 3002, 30/F, Prosperity Tower39 Queen's Road Central
Due to the limited size of the venue, this seminar will be repeated on consecutive days. Please only register for one of the dates:
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