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E-Contracts and E-Signatures

 1.5 hours MCLE Credit

 

Electronic contracts and electronic signatures are rapidly replacing paper contracts that are signed in ink. However, preparing, using, and counseling clients on e-contracts and e-signatures can be complicated for many attorneys who are not experts. Join Clara Martin to learn what constitutes a binding electronic contract and a valid electronic signature. Ms. Martin also discusses the treatment of “click-wrap’, “shrink-wrap”, and “browse-wrap” terms.

Electronic contracts and electronic signatures are rapidly replacing paper contracts that are signed in ink. However, preparing, using, and counseling clients on e-contracts and e-signatures can be complicated for many attorneys who are not experts. Join Clara Martin to learn what constitutes a binding electronic contract and a valid electronic signature. Ms. Martin also discusses the treatment of “click-wrap’, “shrink-wrap”, and “browse-wrap” terms.

Program Highlights:

  • Essential elements of electronic contracts
  • Contracts that must be on paper
  • Requirements for a valid electronic signature
  • Strategies for ensuring, or for challenging, the validity of electronic signatures
  • Considerations for e-commerce transactions
  • “Click-wrap”, “shrink-wrap”, and “browse-wrap” agreements

This is a basic level program and no prior business law experience is assumed.

On Demand BU59955-191

Recorded 8/16

 

Electronic contracts and electronic signatures are rapidly replacing paper contracts that are signed in ink. However, preparing, using, and counseling clients on e-contracts and e-signatures can be complicated for many attorneys who are not experts. Join Clara Martin to learn what constitutes a binding electronic contract and a valid electronic signature. Ms. Martin also discusses the treatment of “click-wrap’, “shrink-wrap”, and “browse-wrap” terms.

Program Highlights:

  • Essential elements of electronic contracts
  • Contracts that must be on paper
  • Requirements for a valid electronic signature
  • Strategies for ensuring, or for challenging, the validity of electronic signatures
  • Considerations for e-commerce transactions
  • “Click-wrap”, “shrink-wrap”, and “browse-wrap” agreements

This is a basic level program and no prior business law experience is assumed.

CLARA RUYAN MARTIN

CLARA RUYAN MARTIN

CLARA RUYAN MARTIN is a corporate and technology transactional attorney in Los Angeles. She works with both vendors and customers in complex technology and content creation, development, licensing and commercialization transactions. Clara’s clients include universities, hospitals, media outlets and school districts. She has served as an adjunct professor at University of Southern California Law School since 2004, teaching a course she developed titled “Contract Drafting and Negotiation.” She is the author of a treatise for the California Continuing Education of the Bar titled “Internet Law and Practice in California,” winner of the Association for Continuing Legal Education’s Award for Professional Excellence in the Best Publication category. Clara was formerly a partner with law firms Shaw Pittman LLP, and Klein & Martin LLP. She was also formerly in house counsel with responsibility for global mergers and acquisitions activity at AlliedSignal. Clara is an AV Preeminent rated attorney by Martindale-Hubbell. She received her B.A. from University of California, Berkeley, and her J.D. from University of Michigan.

Products specifications
PRODUCT GROUP CLE
PRACTICE AREA Business Law
SUBTOPICS General Interest
Products specifications
PRODUCT GROUP CLE
PRACTICE AREA Business Law
SUBTOPICS General Interest