Information duties in E-Commerce

The information duties of the entrepreneur in E-commerce – A Comparative Legal Analysis on the Basis of Legal Theory and Legal Statistics (originally published as PhD and then by Schulthess Verlag).

E-commerce continues to experience an unstoppable upswing. The technological innovations are challenging the players involved, which is also having an impact on the legal framework. In particular, information obligations play an important role, which are regularly regulated in different ways in Switzerland and abroad. This manifests itself through governmental or self-regulatory approaches, whereby combinations are also conceivable.

The present study analyzes the information duties of the entrepreneur in the field of e-commerce. It is a comparative legal analysis of the legal systems in Switzerland and Germany, which is based on legal theory and legal facts. The analysis comprises four parts and is divided into thirteen chapters.

The book can be ordered on Amazon or in other relevant book stores.

  • Author:
    Dr. Dominic Oertly
  • Book Series:
    Center for Information Technology, Society and Law, 5
  • Publishing House:
    Schulthess Verlag
  • ISBN/ISSN:
    978-3-7255-7987-7
  • Language:
    German
  • Product and cover type:
    Book (paperback)
  • Pages:
    462
  • Price:
    CHF 89.00 (Schulthess Verlag)
  • Place, Date:
    Zurich, 2019
  • Availability:
    Deliverable

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