E-Commerce Law

Parallel to the increasing effects of technology on our daily lives, the economic and trading activities carried out by companies via e-commerce have also inevitably increased, and this in turn has been a stimulant in regulation of e-commerce.

We, as Berker Berker Law Office, are building the legal infrastructure of companies in such manner to enable and allow them to engage in e-commerce (as a service provider) or stand as a mediator (intermediary service provider) and communicate with their customers by using electronic communication means since their foundation.

Basic services offered by our Law Office in “E-Commerce Law” field are as listed below:

  • Counseling and advice services with regard to the duties and obligations required to be performed as per the pertinent laws both prior to and during provision of services and performance of business activities via e-commerce channel.
  • Preparation and drafting of general information notes required to be circulated and delivered to customers.
  • Giving counseling and advice services on the conditions required to be satisfied in order to handle commercial communications with customers.
  • Preparation of commercial electronic messages and their contents to be sent and circulated to customers.

Preparation, drafting and negotiation of agreements to be signed with customers or suppliers.


Pursuant to Article 55 of the Attorney Act and the relevant provisions of the Regulation on Advertising Ban of the Union of Turkish Bar Associations (the Regulation), attorneys are under obligation to refrain from all kinds of advertising activities.

Information that may be published in the website of a law office has also been defined in Article 9 of the Regulation and has been shaped by the decisions of the Union of Turkish Bar Associations in relation therewith. For this reason, details of projects completed so far and the information about our client portfolio cannot be published in our website. If any additional information is requested with regard thereto, you may at any time contact us via info@berkerberker.com address.



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