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E-Commerce Laws in India(Self-Paced)



E-commerce has become an integral part of the modern business ecosystem, transforming the way goods and services are bought and sold. As the digital marketplace continues to evolve, it is imperative for businesses and professionals to comprehend the legal intricacies governing this domain. This course serves as your guide to the legal framework that regulates e-commerce activities in India.

Course Objectives:

– Provide a comprehensive understanding of the legal foundations governing e-commerce in India.

– Familiarize participants with key legislation, such as the Information Technology Act, Consumer Protection laws, and GST regulations.

– Explore the legal aspects of business operations, including registration, contracts, and compliance with intellectual property rights.

– Discuss emerging issues like data protection, cybersecurity, and the impact of evolving technologies on e-commerce.


Who Should Take This Course:

– Entrepreneurs and Business Owners in the E-Commerce Sector

– Legal Professionals and Law Students

– Marketing and Sales Professionals

– Regulatory Compliance Officers

– Anyone interested in gaining insights into the legal aspects of e-commerce in India


Course Structure:

This course is divided into eight modules, each addressing a specific aspect of e-commerce laws in India. The modules include introductory concepts, legal frameworks, compliance requirements, and practical applications through case studies.

Module 1: Introduction to E-Commerce


1.1 Definition and Scope of E-Commerce

– Understanding electronic transactions

– Different types of E-Commerce models (B2B, B2C, C2C, C2B)


1.2 Growth and Significance of E-Commerce in India

– Statistics and trends

– Impact on traditional businesses


Module 2: Legal Framework for E-Commerce in India


2.1 Information Technology Act, 2000

– Key provisions related to electronic transactions

– Digital signatures and electronic records


2.2 Consumer Protection in E-Commerce

– Rights and responsibilities of consumers

– Redressal mechanisms


Module 3: Regulatory Compliance for E-Commerce Businesses


3.1 Business Registration and Licensing

– Legal requirements for setting up an E-Commerce business

– Compliance with Companies Act


3.2 Goods and Services Tax (GST)

– Understanding GST for E-Commerce

– Compliance with GST regulations


Module 4: Intellectual Property Rights (IPR) in E-Commerce


4.1 Trademarks and Copyrights

– Protection of brand and content

– Dealing with infringement issues


4.2 Patents and Designs

– Ensuring product uniqueness and innovation


Module 5: Contracts and Agreements in E-Commerce


5.1 Terms of Service and Privacy Policies

– Importance of clear and transparent policies

– User data protection and privacy laws


5.2 Vendor and Supplier Contracts

– Legal considerations in vendor relationships

– Drafting and negotiating contracts


Module 6: Cybersecurity and Data Protection


6.1 Cybersecurity Measures for E-Commerce

– Protecting customer data

– Legal obligations for data security


6.2 Data Privacy Laws in India

– Compliance with Personal Data Protection Bill

– Handling user data responsibly


Module 7: Dispute Resolution in E-Commerce

7.1 Alternative Dispute Resolution (ADR)

– Resolving disputes without litigation

– Importance of arbitration and mediation

7.2 Consumer Grievance Redressal

– Establishing effective grievance redressal mechanisms

– Legal implications of unresolved disputes


Module 8: Case Studies and Practical Applications

Real-life examples of legal issues in E-Commerce

– Learning from industry experiences


Meet the Faculty:

Classes will be taken by eminent personality Adv.Diwanshu Arora with 6+ years of experience in FinTech and HealthTech Industry he has worked on various IT Agreements, Contract Negotiation and legal compliance with companies like TATA, Spice Money.

  • Key Features Of The Course:
  • Recordings of the classes
  • Life time access to the course materials
  • 24/7 Online Assistance
  • Sample Drafts & learning exercises
  • E-Certificate.

Starting- 2nd March

Registration Process:

To register kindly make the payment first of INR 1000/- only, and make a note of transaction ID ,after making the payment fill up the registration form below, to buy this course.If you face any trouble while making payment Paytm or Gpay us on 6204801978.

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