Terms Of Service
Website terms of service are contracts between website owners and their visitors. If you own a website, one of the easiest ways you can reduce the risk of legal disputes with your users is to have ironclad terms and conditions and a binding consent mechanism. Kronenberger Rosenfeld uses its years of litigation experience to craft terms and conditions that dramatically reduce litigation risks, including the risk of class action lawsuits.
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Essential Elements of Business Website Terms and Conditions
Well-drafted website agreements are key to limiting your risks as a business owner.
You have a legal relationship with everyone who visits your website, regardless of whether they buy anything or even identify themselves. It is to your advantage to set the terms of that relationship through a website agreement. Kronenberger Rosenfeld tailors a terms and conditions agreement to your business and implements that website agreement in a way that maximizes its ability to protect you and your assets. You can learn more about how our firm can help with navigating privacy laws and drafting privacy policies here.
Poorly drafted Terms & Conditions and Privacy Policies can result in a business needlessly incurring thousands of dollars in legal fees.
Poorly drafted end-user website terms and conditions agreements can cause businesses to incur thousands of dollars in wasted legal fees or, even worse, enforcement actions by the FTC or state Attorneys General. Terms and conditions agreements are especially important to internet and wireless companies that sell products, distribute content, permit end-users to post messages, or do any other thing that raises the potential for third-party liability. Kronenberger Rosenfeld helps you understand the legal risks specific to your business and drafts an end-user terms and conditions agreement designed to address those risks without inconveniencing your customers or end-users.
A terms and conditions agreement is only good to the extent it can be enforced. Accordingly, Kronenberger Rosenfeld works with its clients to implement their website agreements, as well as privacy and DMCA policies, in the way most likely to permit their enforcement.
If you need help drafting website agreements, contact us today at (415) 955-1155, ext. 120, or submit your matter using our online case submission form.