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E-commerce refers to the conduct various economic exchanges through the internet, intranet and Value Added Networks (VANs). E-commerce includes electronic currency exchanges, supply chain management, electronic transaction markets, internet marketing, online management, Electronic Data Interchange, inventory management and Data Automatic Acquisition System (ADAS).

E-commerce is now widely used by many industries ranging from banks to informatized logistic management companies. E-commerce promotes the improvement and development of support systems, including background management, application system (i.e. broadband and fiber optic cable), supply chain management, raw material planning modules, consumer relationship management, inventory control, in addition to accounting and enterprise finance.

E-commerce provides a new type of transaction model that stimulates business activities. Companies can create efficient and cost-saving business models and increase product visibility and market sensitivity. However, fast exchanges of information without strict controls raise legal risks, thereby increasing the likelihood of legal disputes. Our attorneys are experienced in E-commerce legal disputes and are trained to provide clients with comprehensive legal assistance.