Did you know more than 300,000 businesses and organizations worldwide trust DocuSign to support valid electronic records and legally-binding electronic signatures? Leveraging DocuSign means you can obtain legally-binding electronic signatures simply, conveniently, and with industry-leading system and process security.
For those curious about the legality of eSignature, our Knowledge Market has whipped up two new legal papers, along with a refreshed version of “Legality of eSignature in the U.S.”
Legality of Electronic Signature in the U.S.
While eSignatures may be common practice, that doesn’t mean there aren’t still questions regarding the law at the state and federal level. Looking for an overview of the legislation enabling eSignature usage + the key legal factors that arise in electronic transactions? Take a look inside this new white paper.
Legal Case Study: DocuSign Electronic Signatures Held Up in Court
Who, what, where, and when: Court documents have to be tracked meticulously. If you’re looking for an inside peek into real-life legal situations in which DocuSign has been leveraged, take a peek at this case study.
Court Support for Electronic Signatures in the U.S.
We surveyed all reported cases in the United States (through July 2016) that mention DocuSign. Our findings? Courts consistently deem electronic signatures valid when they meet key requirements. Read more here.
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