This work approaches the problem of the lack of competence, certainty in the reciprocal trading and awareness of regulatory issues for Small and Medium Enterprises that cooperate to dynamically exchange resources, applications, services and knowledge in an e-business context. It is presented the approach adopted in the DBE project, in which it is fundamental to promote and boost trust relations between the DBE-adopters and the potential ones, supporting the creation of services and transactions that will occur respecting local regulatory requirement. In this paper we will show how we addresses the previous requirements to design a legal architecture for digital ecosystems, model the knowledge related to contracts, agreement and regulatory issues, grant effectiveness to the general model by designing and implementing a process for the capture, modification and extension of this knowledge.
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