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eCommerce Lawyers Australia

Our team of professional eCommerce lawyers work with eCommerce businesses across Australia. Our fixed fee legal services, free consultation and deep knowledge of digital business means you are in good hands.

We provide our clients with the very best website terms and conditions, consumer and privacy law compliance ​advice and much more.

Get your online business to stand out from the crowd. Engage with an experienced team of eCommerce lawyers that understand how to combine legal compliance with the customer journey.

​Choose Prosper Law for your eCommerce legal advice and needs. Find out why we are the best in the industry.

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Our eCommerce Legal Services

Website Terms and Conditions

e Commerce businesses should provide customers with website terms and conditions.

Our legal team has helped the online business community to inform customers and stay compliant with easy-to-read website terms and conditions.

We can help you to ensure your website complies with Australian law and the requirements of third party platforms.

Australian Consumer Law Advice

We help eCommerce business to comply with consumer laws. Our team provides legal advice about consumer warranties, misleading advertising, consumer guarantees and faulty goods and services.

We can provide legal representation if you have a consumer dispute. With our guidance, your business may save money on customer claims, protect its goodwill and reputation and lead to better outcomes.

Compliance and Regulatory Advice

If you receive an email or letter from the ACCC, Office of the Australian Information Commissioner or another regulatory body, it is important to seek legal advice. And remember, a customer complaint to trade trading or the ACCC does not mean that you have breached the law.

If your customer threatens to make a complaint, or you need to disclose a data breach, contact our eCommerce lawyer today.

Legal Documents for Online Businesses

Your online business is likely to need contract terms. Whether it is with suppliers, customers or other third parties, getting the right legal documents in place is important.

Our team of eCommerce lawyers can help elevate your legal documentation. Reach out to us today for a fixed fee quote so that we can help your eCommerce business.

Why Choose Our Legal Team?

Fixed legal fees for business sale contracts

Our business sale legal services are offered on a fixed fee basis. Our clients know how much they will pay for our services upfront. We pride ourselves in giving our clients a positive experience and doing away with unknown legal bills.

We are a top-rated contract law firm

There are lots of options when it comes to choosing legal experts. At Prosper Law, our M&A lawyers have built a large portfolio of clients, receive excellent reviews and have repeat clients.

Take a look at our reviews and find out why clients across Australia choose us.

We work with some of Australia’s largest companies

Our law firm packs a punch when it comes to the calibre of clients we work with. Our clients include international retailers and distributors and big brands.

Australian companies seek legal advice from Prosper Law because of our experience in drafting, reviewing and negotiating agreement terms.

Meet our eCommerce Lawyers

Our team of contract lawyers are skilled when it comes to eCommerce and law.

Meet our team of professional contract lawyers – you’ll be glad you did.

employment lawyer and workplace investigation

Farrah Motley


Farrah has worked on share and asset business sales. Farrah looks at the big picture to provide legal solutions that work.

Micaela Diaz, Associate Lawyer I am an Australian-qualified lawyer with experience spanning multiple industries and jurisdictions.

Micaela Diaz

Associate Lawyer

Micaela uses her business degree and qualifications to bring practical solutions to business contracts.

Krystal Parle | Senior Lawyer - I hold a Bachelor’s Degree in Law from Queensland University of Technology. I am also a Queensland Justice of the Peace.

Krystal Parle​

Senior Lawyer​

Krystal works with our clients to prepare M&A documents are that are clear and easy to read.

Courtney is a highly qualified lawyer with years of experience in managing employment law matters

Courtney Lambert

Senior Lawyer

Courtney is a senior lawyer with top tier experience as a business sale lawyer and M&A. 

What our clients say

Holly Teague
Holly Teague
Big Thank you to Krystal and Prosper Law for expediting my employment contract and getting it back to me within 48 hours. Would definitely recommend if you are looking for an employment lawyer.
Larissa Rogers
Larissa Rogers
I came across Prosper Law while searching for an Employment Lawyer for a recent dispute. I had the pleasure of working with both Krystal and Farrah and I am extremely grateful for their attention to detail and guidance throughout my matter.
Yatin Kulkarni
Yatin Kulkarni
Absolutely fantastic work by Carlyn Sicat and Farrah Motley by turning around the review of my Contract within 24 hours. Crystal clear recommendations and therefore didn't need any follow up. Highly recommended recommend them if you need an employment lawyer!
Connor Summers
Connor Summers
Our business needed urgent legal advice for several employment law matters. Prosper Law’s employment contract lawyers were quick to respond, offered a fixed fee price for their legal services and were able to achieve a great result for our business. For any employers looking for a quality employment law firm, we highly recommend the team at Prosper Law.
Jane Gentle
Jane Gentle
If you are looking to hire a legal counsel on retainer, I highly recommend the Prosper Law legal team. Having engaged with Prosper at work over the past 5 months, I have found them to be great in-house lawyers and who know their stuff when it comes to contract reviews, employment law advice and marketing and consumer law… and they’re reasonably priced
Liam Devonshire
Liam Devonshire
I needed a business sale lawyer to help me sell my business on short notice. They drafted a business sale agreement for me. Courtney was quick to reply, explained the process to me and was great to deal with. If anyone is after a good M&A lawyer, definitely reach out to Prosper Law.
I needed the advice of a contract lawyer based in Sydney quickly for a difficult client contract. Farrah responded to my query very quickly and efficiently and helped me resolve the liability issue with the client in a very short time. I highly recommend her efficient and thorough service.
Chris Pearson
Chris Pearson
I contacted Prosper Law because I needed a contract lawyer in Brisbane for an issue with a building contract. Farrah and Micaela are experienced contract lawyers and were polite, professional, and provided my advice quickly. They provided me with a fixed fee quote with no hidden costs for the legal work and spoke to the QBCC on my behalf. Thank you to the Prosper Law team for giving me detailed advice that was good value and very helpful!!! Highly recommended and will be using them in the future for all my legal needs.
Highly recommended. They offered me reliable and useful legal advice free of charge. Thank you once again, Michael, for your service.
Vijesh cj
Vijesh cj
I approached Farrah with a query regarding my employment contract. She was patient in her dealings and took the time to read the contract fully and understand my side of the story before giving her legal advice. I am happy with my overall experience of working with Farrah.

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If you know you need to speak to an online lawyer, but you’re not sure exactly what your legal problem is – we can help you.

Get in touch today and discover why Australian businesses choose Prosper Law’s team of lawyers.

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eCommerce Law FAQs

In Australia, businesses that sell goods or services must register an Australian Business Number (ABN). This includes e Commerce traders. An ABN is important for tax purposes, to demonstrate credibility and to identify who the owner of the business is.

A consumer guarantee is also known as a statutory warranty. They refer to a set of rights and protections provided by law to consumers when they purchase goods or services. These guarantees are a fundamental aspect of consumer protection laws. The following is a list of some of the consumer guarantees found in the ACL:

  • Quality and Fitness for Purpose: Goods must be of acceptable quality, fit for the purpose they were intended for, and match any description or sample provided to the consumer.
  • Undisturbed Possession: Consumers have the right to undisturbed possession of goods, meaning they should have clear title and ownership of the purchased goods.
  • Title and Ownership: Businesses selling goods must have the right to sell them (clear title) and consumers must have the right to own them without any undisclosed encumbrances.
  • Service Standards: Services must be provided with due care, skill, and expertise and must be fit for the purpose for which they were purchased.
  • Repairs, Replacements, and Refunds: If a product or service does not meet the consumer guarantees, consumers have the right to seek remedies such as repairs, replacements, or refunds, depending on the nature of the issue and the consumer’s preference.

The following is the wording that must be used to inform consumers of their legal rights:

For goods, the mandatory wording should include the following phrase or something similar:

“Our goods come with guarantees that cannot be excluded under the Australian Consumer Law. You are entitled to a replacement or refund for a major failure and compensation for any other reasonably foreseeable loss or damage. You are also entitled to have the goods repaired or replaced if the goods fail to be of acceptable quality and the failure does not amount to a major failure.”

For services, the mandatory wording should include the following phrase or something similar:

“Our services come with guarantees that cannot be excluded under the Australian Consumer Law. For major failures with the service, you are entitled: (i) to cancel your service contract with us; and (ii) to a refund for the unused portion, or to compensation for its reduced value. You are also entitled to be compensated for any other reasonably foreseeable loss or damage. If the failure does not amount to a major failure, you are entitled to have problems with the service rectified in a reasonable time and, if this is not done, to cancel your contract and obtain a refund for the unused portion of the contract.”

A great place to start if you are looking for a lawyer to help your eCommerce business is a search engine. A high-quality digital law firm will understand how search engines work and have taken steps to rank well enough for you to find them! The best advice is just around the corner.

If your business buys and sells over the internet, we can also help with:

  • Drafting privacy policies for eCommerce businesses
  • Drafting website terms of use for eCommerce businesses
  • Drafting eCommerce terms and conditions
  • Drafting sales and refund terms and conditions
  • Providing legal advice on the rights and obligations of eCommerce businesses
  • Reviewing marketing, social media and advertising campaigns to ensure legal compliance
  • Reviewing and negotiating supplier agreements, including agreements with overseas suppliers
  • Managing consumer disputes for e-commerce businesses
  • Dealing with regulatory authorities, including regulatory investigations
  • Providing legal advice on consumer rights and the Australian Consumer Law