What Startups Need to Know About Electronic Payment Systems

Every business must have some form of electronic payment system in place in order to conduct transactions with customers. This session will discuss some of the basics that members of the startup community need to know about, including the role that various actors play in the system, the costs associated with participating in the system and some of the legal issues that startups may encounter as they prepare to accept payments from customers.

The session will be led by Dr. Muharem Kianieff, an Associate Professor of Law at the University of Windsor Faculty of Law, having joined the Faculty in 2008. Professor Kianieff has taught courses in corporate and commercial law and has also served as the Acting Director of the Graduate Program. A well-regarded expert in consumer payment mechanisms, Professor Kianieff has published widely in several high impact peer reviewed journals. Professor Kianieff’s research interests include Banking, Payment Systems, Consumer Protection, Commercial Law, Privacy, Law and Economics and Legal History.

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  • When: Wednesday, March 15, 2017 12:00 pm - 1:30 pm

    Venue: Joyce Entrepreneurship Centre, 2nd Floor

    Where: 2455 Wyandotte St. W., 2nd floor, Windsor

    Cost: Free