What happened? What’s going to happen? 2017 produced several highly relevant judgements, which directly affect online print providers. Martin Schirmbacher explains why these judgements are of critical importance in 2018. [...]
Legal matters affecting online print: the new General Data Protection Regulation in 2018 – 5 things you need to know
The new General Data Protection Regulation enters into force in 2018. It will play a role in the online print industry – in fact an important one. Is it going [...]
Customers need to be able to clearly identify B2B online print stores as such and use them accordingly. What store features need to be borne in mind in this respect? [...]
- Online print and the law: a review of 2016 and the outlook for 2017
The start of any year is always a good opportunity for lawyers to review the year just ended and to look ahead. What were the most important judgements and rulings [...]
- Online print has the law on its side: is “Sofortüberweisung” an acceptable payment method?
For now that’s the all-clear signal for Sofortüberweisung, Paypal et al: provided they are offered as a gratis payment method, they are regarded as acceptable. […]
- When asking for “customer satisfaction” feedback turns into illegal advertising – nasty traps that online print providers can get caught in.
When asking for “customer satisfaction” feedback turns into illegal advertising – nasty traps that online print providers can get caught in.
Anybody operating an online store has to brace themselves almost weekly for new regulations issued by the courts and the legislature. One recent sensitive issue is the subject of customer [...]