If you run a website, actively operate as an entrepreneur in i:

  • you don’t know what to do to make a website legal and what documentation it lacks,
  • you have related documentation such as shop rules, but you are not
    not sure if the content is correct,
  • you have the relevant documentation, but are concerned about its validity in view of the constantly
    constantly changing legislation,

The option of a legal audit performed by specialised employees of the Law Firm is a solution
especially for you.

What is a web audit of a website

Conducting a website audit is actually checking it from the point of view of the user of your website by our team of lawyers specialising in e-commerce.

Website audit
price: from 300.00 PLN
Our experts will check all material and formal and legal issues, including compliance of the content of your website with the following legal regulationsfigure
Act of 30 May 2014 on consumer rights (Journal of Laws of 2019, item 134 as amended);
Act on provision of services by electronic means of 18 July 2002. (Journal of Laws No. 144, item 1204 as amended);
GDPR Regulation (Regulation of the European Parliament European Parliament and of the Council (EU) 2016/679 of 27 April 2016 on the protection of individuals individuals with regard to the processing of personal data and on the free movement of such data and repealing Directive 95/46/EC (General Data Protection Regulation Data Protection)); Translated with www.DeepL.com/Translator (free version)
Civil Code of 23 April 1964 (Journal of Laws No. 16, item. 93 as amended);
Act on the protection of personal data of 10 May 2018. (Journal of Laws 2018, item 1000).


The documentation you receive from us is fully
tailored to the needs of your business. Forget about searching for templates on the Internet, from
Forget about searching for templates on the Internet, from unreliable and outdated sources, which are incompatible with the individuality of your business.
We sew to measure.

What exactly is subject to verification


In short, everything that a website should have. An audit of a website is aimed at
checking all its elements that should be present on the website in accordance with
The audit of a website aims at checking all its elements which should be included in the website in accordance with the binding legal regulations, but also all those elements which contain
content concerning the rights and obligations of users, e.g. of an e-shop.

As part of the audit, we shall verify for you the compliance of your website
with GDPR and more! Full
up-to-date documentation for your e-shop, including consumer rights and data protection
We will make sure that your website is of the highest quality.

As part of a legal audit of a website, we will check its compliance with current law for you
among others:

  • the terms and conditions for the provision of electronic services together with related documentation
    (e.g. specimens of withdrawal declarations),
  • the website’s
  • electronic contact forms, including information clauses and check`box content,
  • procedures relating to the protection and processing of personal data, including the Privacy Policy
    and Cookies;
  • other data and procedures implemented on the website – if found (e.g.
    the subject of the website in terms of legality and non-infringement of third party rights).

Examples of errors identified by our legal audit

  • No cookie policy or no information about it

One of the most frequently identified deficiencies during our legal audit
Not having a cookie policy. The obligation to inform about the use of cookies
can be found at
The obligation to inform about the use of cookies derives from current legislation and failure to comply with it exposes you to
financial responsibility. As part of our audit, if our experts
If our experts identify any deficiencies in this area, you will receive a fully compliant document ready
As part of our audit, if our experts identify any deficiencies or shortcomings in this area, you will receive a fully compliant document ready for implementation on your website, together with instructions on how to do so.

  • Unauthorised clauses in the terms and conditions, so called abusive clauses

Growing consumer awareness of their rights is not always matched by the knowledge of traders in this area.
knowledge of traders in this area. This is nothing. We will check your regulations for abusive clauses
We will check your terms and conditions for abusive clauses, i.e. clauses that should never have been included. After the end of our
regulations on your website will be clear and fully compliant with the law.

  • Sending unsolicited information in the form of a newsletter without prior
    consent of
    prior consent of the user

Despite the great publicity of the famous GDPR, the sending of commercial information without their
without the user’s prior request. Do you send your users a newsletter? As part of
as part of our legal audit, we will check whether you are doing so in compliance with current legislation. Thanks to
guidelines you will already know absolutely everything about sending newsletters.

  • Failure to comply with obligations under GDPR, including for example non-compliance of clauses used with

Old clauses with reference to laws no longer in force? Forget it! Our audit comprehensively
all clauses used on your website and their legal basis.

  • Required checkboxes missing or incorrect

We conclude that neither extreme is ever good. A mass of checkboxes, without which
checkboxes without which the user will not go any further or, on the contrary, no checkboxes at all
confirming user awareness – neither of these solutions is good for you. W
as part of
audit we will check the content of checkboxes used on your website,
We’ll show you what else you can improve or implement. Even though your website complies with the current
Your website will still be user-friendly and clear.


Our legal audit aims not only to create a clear and user-friendly website,
but above all lawful. Negative PR resulting from the lack of respect for consumer rights
consumer rights is one of the unpleasant possible consequences of not having a website adjusted to
currently binding legal regulations. Above all, however, failure to adapt the content
published on your website to the current provisions of law may
result in financial liability

For example, if we use abusive clauses in the terms and conditions for the provision of electronic services, we risk the
we expose ourselves to penalties imposed by the President of the Office of Competition and Consumer Protection. The aforementioned fines
fines are imposed in the amount of up to 10% of turnover generated in the financial year preceding the year in which the fine is imposed.
year preceding the year in which the penalty is imposed.

Violations related to the protection of personal data and breaches of the GDPR are primarily punishable by
financial penalties of up to EUR 20 million or up to 4% of annual turnover (whichever is higher).
The financial penalties may amount up to EUR 20 million or up to 4% of annual turnover (whichever is higher). However, additional claims for damages by
by data subjects that relate to specific property claims.

A trader who fails to comply with the information requirements set out in the Act on Consumer Rights
is subject to a fine of up to PLN 5,000.00 in accordance with Article 139b of the Code of Offences.

Art. 139b [Infringement of consumer rights legislation] Who, in the course of his business
who, in the course of his business, concludes a contract with a consumer does not fulfil the requirements
requirements concerning the provision of information or issuance of a document, as provided for in the provisions of the Act of
30 May 2014 on consumer rights (Journal of Laws of 2017, item 683 and
2361), shall be subject to a fine.

By using content or mechanisms that are not aligned with current laws, you may
By your actions or omissions, you may violate acts such as the Telecommunications Law or the Act on
providing electronic services. In addition, by using prohibited clauses you expose yourself to the fact
that it is not binding on the other party, and thus we will not achieve the intended goal.


When conducting your business on the Internet and having your own website, you should remember about a number of
obligations which are imposed on us by current legal regulations. Maintaining a clear,
transparent and compliant with the law website will not only build our position on the market
as an honest businessman, but most of all it will allow us to avoid sanctions provided for by the law.
sanctions provided by law.

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Staniszewski & Partners

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Poznań 60-836