IT and E-commerce

IT and e-commerce are now fundamental to almost every type of business. Our commercial solicitors are highly experienced in working with clients to develop new opportunities in the way they provide goods and services to their customers and clients.

Information Technology

IT can be broken down into many categories, products, development, support and maintenance to name a few, so it is vital that correct contracts are used for each IT process. Quite often ancillary design services will be provided such as brand names, logos and websites. In consequence the overlap between Intellectual Property Rights and IT services should always be considered collectively.


In development terms, with a move towards agile processes and online software as a service, bespoke contractual drafting has become even more essential for owners of IT companies. Carefully planned contracts help the supplier to establish expectations, process, timescales and act as a solid foundation from which to build a strong support relationship with their clients.


Businesses who allow customers and clients to contract online are subject to specific rules and regulations and as such online terms and conditions must be drafted in line with current legislation. Business owners must also ensure their online terms of use, disclaimers and privacy policies are compliant and up to date.


Our specialist IT and E-commerce services include:


Our commercial solicitors in Bristol

AMD’s expert team of commercial solicitors are based in four offices across Bristol and can also visit you at your premises if required. Having worked with company of all types and levels, from local start-ups to established national business, we have the experience and expertise to see your business thrive and grow while offering peace of mind that you are staying within the law.


To find out more or to book an appointment call AMD today on 0117 9733989 and ask to speak to a member of our commercial law team. Alternatively, please feel free to email the head of our commercial department, Tony Moore.