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B2B sales: clarity on disclaimer requirements for online sellers

The German Federal Court of Justice (‘BGH’) made a significant judgment on 11 May 2017, clarifying for online B2B merchants what measures they should take if they wish to prevent non-commercial consumers from making purchases on their websites. Olaf Wolters, Attorney at Law at Boehmert & Boehmert, provides insight into the judgment and its implications for online B2B traders, remarking that this surprising judgment may make it easier for online merchants to restrict their online stores to commercial customers only.

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