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Ti Task and the CCS held a discussion on the impact of the digital platform law on eCommerce

  • The event discussed the steps to follow to successfully implement the Law, both from a legal and operational point of view, the adjustments that companies will have to make to adapt to the new legislative reality, in addition to projecting the reconfiguration of the economy collaborative after the implementation of the regulations.

Since before the pandemic, we have been observing the progress of the Gig Economy and how this trend has caused the accelerated growth in the use of various applications by people seeking to generate income as freelancers. Thus, on January 25, the Senate approved the Digital Platforms Law, which seeks to regulate the conditions of the approximately 300,000 service providers through apps, establishing the minimum regulation standards, the main modifications of which will enter into force on January 1. th of September.

It is in this context, the CCS Electronic Commerce Committee and Ti Task, a digital platform that connects talents with companies that have specific and sporadic needs, organized the discussion “New digital platforms law: know its impact on eCommerce services”, in which the steps to follow to successfully implement the Law were discussed, both from the legal and operational point of view, the adjustments that companies will have to make to adapt to the new legislative reality, in addition to projecting the reconfiguration of the economy collaborative after the implementation of the regulations.

In the event, which took place on Thursday, May 19 at 10:00 a.m., Jaime Varela, advisory lawyer for Grupo Touch, and Francisco Cabezas, Director of Operations for Grupo Touch, participated as speakers, before moving on to a discussion moderated by Yerka Yukich, e-Commerce Director of the CCS, and Raúl Arrieta, lawyer of the Electronic Commerce Committee.



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