E-Commerce is growing in an exponential way. Many people are engaged in it from various perspectives. It is informing patterns of trade not just within the domestic market but across borders. The attendant challenges such as goods not meeting the standard; cancellation, refund and return policy not being implemented; privacy and security of data; cyber crimes and fraud; delay in delivery; and dispute resolution are very critical in unpacking the would-be gains from E-commerce. The government of Uganda puts in place a regulatory framework to address these challenges. This book examines the adequacy of the legal framework in effectively responding to the challenges so as to make E-Commerce contribute to the economic development of the Country.
Candia Emmanuel is an Advocate and part-time Lecturer of the Law of Business Associations. He holds a Master of Laws in International Business Law, Bachelor of Laws (Honors) and a Post Graduate Diploma in Legal Practice. He's an expert in Commercial and Civil Dispute Resolution and Trade Law.
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LAP LAMBERT Academic Publishing
E-Commerce; Electronic Transactions; Online Dispute Resolution; East African Community; European Union
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