Protection of domain namesThe legal letter of warning industry is still very big in business – and it is more than annoying, if money, which could be better invested, has to be sacrificed to this apparatus just due to initial carelessness in some points. Obligatory declarations prescribed by the law, like for example the imprint, instructions for cancellation or data protection declaration, are the best protection against professional “warners”. But even when a letter of warning has already fluttered into your office, an experienced legal advisor can, under certain circumstances, considerably reduce the damage.
At the very least with the design of larger web presences it makes sense to create a contractual basis, which exactly determines the services to be provided by the designer and the programmer. The results of commissioning either on the basis of vague and unclearly formulated offers, in addition to the additional costs, which have not been calculated with, are often also the delayed and incomplete delivery of the web presence. Of course, costs and revenue have to be in the right ratio to one another. Together with you I clarify whether legal advice would pay off in your specific case.