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Electronic Signatures: Remote Online Notarizations - Current Status

Live Webinar
March 19, 2019
1:00 pm ET (12 pm CT, 11 am MT, 10 am PT)
1 hour 30 minutes

E-signatures are growing in popularity, are you up-to-date on the latest e-signature laws?

This topic is intended to explain to you how a reasonably well designed e-contracting process can be less risky than a traditional paper and ink process. The content will include: the basics for designing and implementing a common e-contracting process in every U.S. Jurisdiction; e-delivery of consumer disclosures; effective use of voice signatures; a 6 point risk assessment framework, assessing authentication, repudiation, admissibility and compliance risks; steps to enhance admissibility and enforceability of e-documents, or if you prefer, mistakes to avoid in e-contract design; interplay between and among UETA (state laws), ESIGN (federal law) and other e-posting statutes (yet, more state laws); negotiable promissory notes signed using e-notes and e-signatures; and e-chattel paper under UCC Article 9, what is it and should I care?

The presenters have extensive experience in helping clients for nearly 18 years in designing, implementing and defending e-contracting processes across the country.

Learning Objectives

  • You will be able to identify the six primary risks associated with an e-contracting process.
  • You will be able to recognize when a proponent of an e-contracting process is credible or not based on what is and is not addressed in the pitch and answers to basic questions.
  • You will be able to explain how to go about designing an e-contracting process that addresses and minimizes risk.
  • You will be able to review a proposed e-contracting process to identify risks that may need to be mitigated further.


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