Law That Knows The Potential Of Ecommerce

With A Focus On Maximizing Growth

With the exponential growth of ecommerce and the immense opportunity it offers to businesses of all types and sizes, an ecommerce lawyer plays an essential role in advising on the myriad legal considerations that arise. Compliance with regulations and accounting for legal considerations related to marketing campaigns involving influencers, intellectual property such as trademarks, privacy policies, terms & conditions, or litigation are just a few of the legal issues ecommerce businesses face. To maximize business potential, it’s essential to manage legal risks proactively.

At RICHT, we are ecommerce lawyers that bring technical know-how and an in-depth understanding of ecommerce law. Since we come from the business world, our in-depth practical experience translates into tangible value beyond legal counsel. We aim to propel your ecommerce business to new heights while limiting risk. 

Ecommerce Law Services We Offer

FTC Compliance & Defense

Advertising Compliance

Subscriptions, Recurring Payments, & Automatic Renewals

Influencer Marketing Law


Trademark Protection

Sweepstakes, Contests, & Promotions Law

Digital Millennium Copyright Act (DMCA) Notices & Counter-Notices

User-Generated Content (UGC)

Privacy & Cybersecurity Law

Email Marketing

Ecommerce Clients We Serve


Sellers On Amazon and other Third-Party Marketplaces


Internet Native Brands & Direct To Consumer (DTC) Offerings

Learn How RICHT Can Help You Navigate Ecommerce Law

    Ecommerce Law News


    How The INFORM Act Aims To Crack Down On Counterfeit Marketplace Listings

    The FTC will start to enforce a new federal law that aims to protect online shoppers from unknowingly purchasing fake goods — and will have major implications for third-party marketplaces.

    Amazon Seller Law
    eCommerce Law

    California Privacy Law Marks Sea Change for Retailers’ eCommerce Strategies

    As noted Monday, there’s at least some backing and filling as companies draw more of a bead on what they’ll need to do to comply with the California Consumer Privacy Act (CCPA). The beginning of next year looms as a red line has been drawn, when a 30-day cure period sunsets and firms are on the hook for how they treat all sorts of personal information.

    eCommerce Law
    The New York Times

    With Many Retailers Offering Online Sales, Phony Sites Blend In

    Preying on shoppers strapped for cash and time, scammers are setting up fake sites that claim to have deep discounts on premium brands.

    eCommerce Law

    Our Insights