The COVID-19 pandemic has forced many companies and businesses to rethink their business models. One trend resulting from the COVID-19 pandemic is that more and more businesses are moving towards digital and online platforms. With social distancing being the ‘new normal’, it is no wonder that consumers prefer purchasing online as compared to taking the risk by physically going to the shop. However, there are a number of considerations that a company or business must consider before launching their online store. This article explores 5 considerations before launching an online business.
Digitising the way businesses are conducted would also bring about legal questions and challenges that one would have to contend with. One such question is whether or not a contract that is signed electronically is binding and enforceable?
In this day and age, it is without a doubt that technology has permeated into almost every aspect of our lives. In fact, it is not uncommon for people to air their grievances on social media. It is, however, quite worrying that there are some who post their grievances, anger and frustration on social media without understanding or even thinking about the repercussions of their post – particularly if the post has been exaggerated, inflated, or inaccurate. This article will discuss the legal repercussions from such inaccurate online post.