Our retail law practice ranges from formation and organizational matters including capital raising, through contractual agreements (such as supply chain agreements, marketing and advertising agreements, retail representation agreements, distribution and sales agreements, joint venture agreements, data research agreements, consulting agreements) and into mergers, acquisitions and divestitures.
As retail law grows into the e-commerce market, our retail attorneys are mindful of the technology changes and issues this burgeoning new market presents.
Areas of focus within our retail law practice include:
•Advertising, marketing and consumer protection
•Sourcing, supply chain and distribution
•Products liability advice
Our retail attorneys work within the firm with our taxation attorneys, intellectual property law attorneys, and information technology attorneys to provide an integrated approach to our retail law clients.
Privacy and security of financial information continues to develop as an increasingly important arena for concern for retail law. Our retail law attorneys work to stay ahead of the changes in federal and state regulations and assist our clients in drafting the necessary policies and procedures to protect sensitive information.