What Good Is eSigner Bliss Without Compliance Ease? October is here if you can believe it. So take a break from raking leaves, putting up Halloween decorations, and watching those pennant races. Time to curl up with a pumpkin spice latte during one of these cool autumn nights with the latest Tech Essentials.
Now, Let’s Talk About the eSignature Features You Really Need It’s been a hectic week what with jitters in the financial markets and strained relationships between great power nations. If all this disconcerting news has made you want to re-evaluate some of your more expensive arrangements with your business’ software platforms, we at Tech Essentials are here […]
The Art of Choosing an eSignature Provider We continue to get positive responses from our latest “news you can use” insights (we’ll leave out the legalese this time). For this week, we’ve compiled — from speaking to many eSign users — some very exciting and useful tips on how to choose an eSign service provider. […]
Who Needs To Count Sheep When You Have eSignature Legalese? File this article under the ‘news-you-can-use’ category. We know some of our RSign customers use big-name law firms that can transform any simple legal concept into complex legalese that can make any non-lawyer nearly doze off (or break out in a cold sweat) after reading […]
insideARM.com, April 30th 2011, Frank Maguire Wrote: Unfortunately for FTC workshop attendees, Panel 4 discussion on email usage in the collections process was somewhat disjointed.
As you begin to transact more business electronically, consider the often boilerplate notice provision that you are using in your contracts. For every contract that you electronic signature, there may be many contract notices that you must deliver (pricing, terms, quantity, product delivery, specification, addendum, breach notices and changes).
The following article, written by Jon Neidiz, a partner in Nelson Mullins Riley & Scarborough’s Atlanta office and co-leader of the Firm’s Information Management Practice, is a useful short summary for those considering HIPAA privacy issues in the context of email – and RMail’s email encryption service. Key to using email encryption for compliance with […]
The following best practices guide prepared by Wolters Kluwer presents a useful map of items to consider when deploying an electronic signature initiative. The RPost services that map to the processes noted in the white paper are:
Electronic Signatures Documents have the Same Legal Strength of Wet Ink Signatures. E-business transactions – Did you know that if executed properly from beginning to end they can reduce all types of risk and make e-contracts more enforceable than paper processes. However, simply complying with the ten-year old ESIGN Act that affords electronically-signed documents the same legal […]
Electronic Transactions Would Be Afforded the Same Validity and Legality as Paper Transactions Background: Enactment of electronic laws – the Electronic Signatures in global commerce Act (ESIGN, the federal statute) and the Uniform Electronic Transactions Act (UETA – adopted by forty-six states) are basically similar and were designed to facilitate electronic transactions consistent with other applicable […]
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