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Utilizing eSignatures: No Pen and Paper Required

Webinar: ID# 1011753
Recorded CD
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About This Course:
The legal landscape affecting the enforceability and proper use of electronic contracts continues to change. While such contracts are now widely used, certain issues remain unsettled, including unilateral modification of contracts and attribution of electronic signatures to a particular user for enforceability issues. Jason Epstein and Geoffrey Vickers will provide solutions to some of these issues.

Learning Objectives:

-You will be able to define e-signature laws.
-You will be able to discuss recent developments in the law.
-You will be able to review jurisdictions.
-You will be able to describe best practices and lessons learned.

Agenda

    Electronic Signature Laws

      Recent Developments for Electronic Contracting

      • E-Signatures, Authentication and E-Contracting
      • Clickwrap, Browsewrap and Signwrap
      • Notice, Conspicuousness and Acknowledgment
      • Unconscionability, Severability and Opt-Out Provisions
      • 5Jurisdiction
      Best Practices and Lessons Learned

        Faculty

        Jason I. Epstein

        • Head of Nelson Mullins Riley & Scarborough LLP's Technology Industry Service Group, and business attorney and a partner in the Nashville office
        • Areas of focus include joint ventures, strategic alliances, corporate structure determination, formation and private capital formation, mergers and acquisitions, reorganizations and securities law issues
        • Experience in business and technology negotiations from both the vendor and buyer perspectives including outsourcing, health care IT, hardware and software development and acquisition, privacy and security, website design, development, hosting and related services, cloud computing and open source code
        • Whether advising clients of Fortune 500, mid-market, or small businesses, he serves as an advisor to the C-Suite and inside general counsel regarding all aspects of business-related law
        • Founded and chaired the Business and Technology Group at another law firm, under his leadership it became a provider of legal services to emerging technology businesses and well-established technology companies throughout the country
        • J.D. and B.A. degrees, University of Tennessee at Knoxville
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        Dan Puterbaugh

        • Senior counsel with Adobe® Systems Incorporated in its San Jose headquarters
        • Serves as the lead attorney supporting Adobe® Acrobat including its mobile and cloud offerings
        • After Adobe® acquired EchoSign Inc., he was responsible for overseeing the incorporation of electronic signature technology into Adobe's® Acrobat and Reader products
        • Prior to Adobe® Systems Incorporated, he worked as a litigation associate at Ropers Majeski before moving in house at VLSI and focusing on product launches, technology licensing and strategic agreements
        • Experience ranges from serving as de facto general counsel at a dotcom-era startup, to supporting the QuickBooks® product division at Intuit®
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        Geoffrey P. Vickers

        • Partner in the Nashville office of Nelson Mullins Riley & Scarborough LLP
        • Concentrates his practice in the areas of information technology law and general business law and has represented clients with matters related to intellectual property and technology issues in corporate transactions, business process and IT outsourcing, information technology, health IT, complex sales and licensing arrangements, and other transactions involving the development, commercialization, and sale of technology
        • Represents both suppliers and buyers of technology services and products with clients ranging from technology startups and emerging market companies to Fortune 100 companies
        • Frequent speaker on subjects related to business and technology
        • J.D. degree, University of Mississippi School of Law; bachelor's degree, Harding University
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        Who Should Attend

        This teleconference is designed for attorneys, presidents, vice presidents, business owners and managers, directors, accountants, CPAs, controllers, accounting managers, purchasing professionals and contract administrators.

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