Clark Hill Attorney John L. Hines, Jr. Presented on “E-Signatures: How the Law of Contracts is Changing,” a Webinar Co-sponsored by the ABA Law practiceDivision and the American Law Institute Continuing Legal Education
CHICAGO, IL – Clark Hill attorney, John Hines, presented “E-Signatures: How the Law of Contracts is Changing,” with two other panelists. “E-Signatures” was a webinar co-sponsored by the ABA Law practice Division and the American Law Institute Continuing Legal Education on June 8, 2015.
The panel discussed the transition to new technologies and how the law has evolved to adjust to the modern era. The validity of electronic documents under U.S. law as well as various issues involving consumer transactions, international considerations, recordkeeping, evidentiary considerations and best practices generally were topics also explored.
Hines is a member of Clark Hill’s Intellectual Property Practice Group. He concentrates his practice in the areas of intellectual property, technology transactions, information management and data protection, cloud computing, and e-commerce.
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