E-Signatures in Business: Trends in 2015
In the digital world, particularly the work place, the need to adopt a robust Digital Transaction Management platform featuring industry-leading digital and electronic signature solutions is of utmost importance. DocuSign has offered such capability for more than a decade to organizations of all sizes, industries, and geographies. Electronic transactions take many routes through databases and computer systems via the Internet. While digital and electronic signatures have already been accepted and adopted by organizations, government entities and regulated bodies around the world, organizations must do their due diligence to select the right solution for their business.
To do so, companies must understand the technology, the regulatory and compliance requirements of digital and electronic signature, and how to select the right solution for their needs. Companies also need to formulate their own sound and secure policies and procedures for digital transactions, along with digital and electronic signature use, dissemination, verification, and authorization.
In this two hour, LIVE Webcast, a panel of skilled professionals assembled by The Knowledge Group, participants will benefit from an over-view of the latest trends and practices regarding the adoption, use, and verification of digital and electronic signatures in business for 2015 and Beyond.
Key topics include:
- Electronic Signature – A 2015 Perspective
- E-Signature Digital Processing
- Identifying Electronic Transactions
- Customer Relationship Management Software
- The E-Signature Technology
- E-Signature Adoption
- E-Signature Ease of Use
- E-Signature Security
- Regulatory and Compliance Issues
Damon Mino, Director Legal Vertical
Best Practices in E-Signature Technology
- The E-Signature Technology
- E-Signature Security
- E-Signature Ease of Use
Brian T. Casey, Partner
Locke Lord LLP
- 6 point risk framework for designing an e-signature process
- New state insurance code website posting e-delivery laws and their interplay with e-signature laws
- Sample, real-world client e-signature projects
Kenneth Chase, Trial Attorney
Shook, Hardy & Bacon L.L.P.
- Evolution of the Case Law
- Technology Drives Commercial Shift to Electronic Signatures
- Courts React to New Technology
- New York Approach
- Florida Approach
- Uniform Electronic Transactions Act (UETA)
- Electronic Signatures in Global and National Commerce Act (ESIGN)
- Shift to Authentication Standard and Alternatives to Traditional Signatures
Who Should Attend:
- Employment and Labor Lawyers
- Technology Attorneys
- Data Privacy and Security Attorneys
- E-Signature Providers
- Human Resource Managers
- HR Personnel
- IT Officers
- Chief Information Officers
- Other Related/Interested Professionals and Organizations
Damon is a tech-transaction lawyer by training with a passion lies in entrepreneurial exploration. Since leaving the practice of law, he has helped LinkedIn build their lead gen sales team, developed the full cycle sales process at Crunched and established DocuSign's San Francisco Corporate Sales team. Damon is now leading DocuSign's vertical focus on the Legal Industry.
Damon is a tech-transaction lawyer by training with a passion lies in entrepreneurial exploration. Since leaving the practice of law, …
Brian T. Casey is a partner in the Atlanta office of Locke Lord LLP. As co-leader of Locke Lord’s Regulatory …
Kenneth E. Chase practices at Shook, Hardy & Bacon as a trial attorney, where he represents businesses in complex commercial litigation matters in courts across the country. As a former prosecutor handling high stakes cases from inception to resolution, Ken has tried over 40 cases to verdict. His practice includes dispositive motions, depositions, investigations and strategic counseling on a range of commercial issues, including electronic signatures. Ken’s clients are in the insurance, advertising, energy, manufacturing, biosciences, consulting, real estate, staffing and telecommunications industries.
Before joining Shook, Ken was a prosecutor at the Miami-Dade State Attorney's Office, where he focused on major crimes and prosecuted career criminals in Miami’s Circuit Courts. He obtained guilty verdicts as first chair in murder, armed robbery and narcotics trafficking jury trials. Ken also prosecuted violent career criminals in Miami’s repeat offender court and he was selected as special counsel in the prosecution of executive assignments by the Florida Governor’s Office. Prior to attending law school, Ken worked in the cash and liquidity management division of a major financial services firm. Ken has been recognized as a Super Lawyers Rising Star each year since 2013. He is a graduate of Boston University School of Law.
Kenneth E. Chase practices at Shook, Hardy & Bacon as a trial attorney, where he represents businesses in complex commercial …
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About Locke Lord LLP
Locke Lord is a full-service, international law Firm of about 1,000 lawyers working from 23 offices to meet clients’ needs around the world. With a combined history of more than 125 years and a greatly enhanced domestic and global footprint, Locke Lord is a worldwide leader in the middle market sector. Locke Lord advises clients across a broad spectrum of industries including energy, insurance and reinsurance, private equity, telecommunications, technology, real estate, financial services and health care and life sciences, while providing a wealth of experience through its complex litigation, regulatory, intellectual property and fund formation teams.
About Shook, Hardy & Bacon L.L.P.
For more than a century, the world’s leading companies have turned to Shook, Hardy & Bacon to obtain favorable results under the most contentious circumstances. Shook’s clients expect more than wins. They engage Shook both inside and outside the courtroom to protect their business investments and maximize opportunities for growth. At Shook, legal excellence begins and ends with relationships founded on creative and practical solutions. Attorneys approach every challenge with integrity, tenacity and collegiality to achieve the best results for our clients.
Shook, Hardy & Bacon’s reputation as an international powerhouse is founded on long-standing collaborations with industry leaders in science, health and technology. Working at the intersection of litigation, regulation and public policy, attorneys stay ahead of emerging issues to help companies execute their long-term objectives. Shook’s teams work closely with in-house counsel to respond to litigation threats and anticipate future trends. With access to the firm’s arsenal of complex litigation experience, scientific and technical knowledge, and state-of-the-art litigation management tools, Shook’s clients also benefit from the latest in e-discovery and data tracking and retention technology.