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Electronic Signatures: How they will change your deals forever

Wednesday, September 29, 2021 2:00pm - 3:00pm EDT  
Host: ALA Legal Marketplace
By: Amir Reshef, Chief Executive Officer, dealcloser

Wet ink signatures are being replaced by electronic signatures—a trend only accelerated by the pandemic. As legal professionals need to adapt to an ever-changing technology landscape and with clients demanding more convenience, dealcloser provides solutions to make both easy. With its document management, collaboration, and electronic signature solutions, dealcloser automates or eliminates the administrative work required to keep a deal moving forward, making things easy for you and your clients during complex transactions.

In this webcast, we will be discussing electronic signatures, the rules that govern them and how to incorporate them into your transaction workflow with dealcloser.

3 Learning Objectives

        — The basics of electronic signatures

        — Rules that govern electronic signatures

        — How to incorporate electronic signature into your transaction workflow using dealcloser

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Presenter

Amir Reshef
Amir Reshef

Chief Executive Officer, dealcloser

Amir was a corporate lawyer at a large international law firm and it was there that he experienced the problem dealcloser solves firsthand. After countless nights pushing paper on deals of all sizes and complexity, Amir thought there had to be a better way of doing things. With a strong interest in entrepreneurship, Amir persued an opportunity to co-found a technology company that solves a very real problem in the corporate law world: the manual and risk-prone transaction process.


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