9.03.2020 Company law

Webinar: Changes in e-commerce from June 2020

On 1 June, the amended consumer law will come into force, thanks to which sole traders will be able to exercise the same rights to return goods purchased online as individuals.

As a result of the introduced changes, about 3 million buyers will obtain consumer rights. Currently, only a natural person has the right to return goods purchased online without giving any reason. They have at least fourteen days to do so. What will this mean for the e-commerce sector? How to prepare for the upcoming changes?

we held a webinar aimed at companies from the e-commerce sector, during which experts from TGC Corporate Lawyers discussed the new regulations on buyer rights.

Date of the webinar: 31.03.2020
Time: 11:00

During the meeting we will discussed:

  • New definition of a consumer
  • Challenges for the e-commerce sector – how to determine the “professional nature of the client’s business”?
  • Necessary changes in e-commerce documentation
  • Risks arising from the new legislation

During the webinar there will be a possibility to ask questions, all questions will be answered after the webinar.

The webinar was held in Polish.


 Grzegorz Witczak
Director of the Commercial Law
and Property Department, Advocate
TGC Corporate Lawyers
 Bartłomiej Urbanek
Senior Associate, Advocate
TGC Corporate Lawyers

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