In the past months, many Canadian businesses and entrepreneurs have decided to adopt e-commerce as the route for their future business development. With many major retail corporations moving to various e-commerce platforms, it is understandable why small and medium businesses will be looking in that direction too. But while trying to figure out various business models and intricate details of e-commerce business development, marketing and advertising, many business owners feel confused and under-informed about the legal aspects of operating an e-commerce business.
Which legal form of operations should I choose (corporation or sole proprietorship)?
What are the potential liabilities I might have to deal with in the future?
How to get prepared for and protect my business from future claims?
How to protect my business name and other intellectual property that it will generate?
These and many other questions relating to the legal side of operating an e-commerce business will be answered by our guest expert, Mr. Eugene Jakubov.
Eugene Jakubov is one of the co-founders and a Senior Consultant of CBES – Canadian Business and Enterprise Services.
Eugene has a Bachelor’s Degree in Law and substantial experience as a legal and compliance officer in medium and large corporations. Eugene is licensed to practice law in Ontario and in Israel and successfully manages the legal department of the CBES.
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