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Christopher E. Ezold Presents on Electronic Contracts at NBI Seminar

December 5, 2019
Christopher E. Ezold

Christopher E. Ezold

On December 5, 2019 in King of Prussia, PA, Christopher E. Ezold presented on the topic of “E-Signatures and Electronic Contracts: Compliance Tips and Authentication Issues” at the National Business Institute’s CLE seminar Online Legal Research, Google Scholar, MS Office and Other Technological Skills in Legal Practice. Mr. Ezold discussed the following:

  1. Intro to ESIGN, UETA, and Electronic Transactions
  2. Advising Clients About E-Signature Use and Electronic Transactions
  3. E-Filing and E-Signatures in Litigation
  4. Authentication and Admissibility of E-Signatures and Electronic Contracts
  5. Case Law

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Online Legal Research, Google Scholar, MS Office and Other Technological Skills in Legal Practice

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