Terms and Conditions TL;DR Maybe You Should.

By Greer Williams on Aug 16, 2017 8:40:00 AM

How many times have you clicked, “I’ve read and agree to the terms and conditions,” without actually reading them? If you’re like most people it’s probably easier to ask if you’ve ever read them. Free wi-fi at the airport? Sure, “I agree.” Now let me check Snapchat without using my precious data.

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PactSafe: The Ultimate Xtern Experience

By Kyle Peeler on Aug 14, 2017 8:32:00 AM

I was selected by PactSafe to be part of the ultimate tech internship experience through Techpoint’s Xtern program this summer. I learned how to work on an agile team, build my own SDK for our API and more! 

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My Time as a PactSafe Xtern

By Justin Willoughby on Aug 9, 2017 8:30:00 AM

This blog has been more difficult to write than any paper I’ve been assigned at Rose-Hulman. In part, because I’m trying to sum up a few months of experiences in just a few paragraphs - but also because this post marks the end of my internship here at PactSafe. I hope this blog post does my time at this wonderful company justice. Well, here it goes…

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Why Click-Through Contract Tracking Should Matter to Every Subscription eCommerce Organization

By Kyle Robbins on Aug 7, 2017 2:31:51 PM

Risk versus efficiency.

It's the tension mounted between the legal team and the rest of the organization since the beginning of time -- and it'll exist long into the future. Or perhaps, it won't.

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Top 5 Benefits of Clickwraps for SaaS Businesses

By Emma MacAnally on Aug 3, 2017 7:10:00 AM

The majority of Software as a Service (SaaS) apps rely on personalized consumer accounts individuals create when first accessing the platform. Essentially, this exchange allows the business operating the SaaS application to generate a license for the user, which in turn grants them access to the app. Because of the nature of this process, it’s imperative that proper legal steps are taken to ensure that the exchange is secure for both the company and consumer. One of the best ways to successfully do this is to implement the clickwrap method.

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A Class Action Waiting to Happen: Avalure ReNew Eye Cream's Sneaky Terms of Service

By Caitie Parten on Jul 31, 2017 11:00:00 AM

This article was originally published on Medium.

We’ve all seen ads like these or similar all over the web —a limited time free offer for some miracle product — in this case, it's Avalure's ReNew Eye Serum/magical wrinkle remover cream:

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4 Ways to Take Control of Your Contract Lifecycle Process

By Caitie Parten on Jul 27, 2017 8:00:00 AM

Slow, faulty, or an entire lack thereof—a Contract Management process can be a huge road block within numerous company sales cycles. Traditional contract management processes like manual paper pushing, review, approvals, and more can really slow down your business. An online process can cut out a lot of unnecessary steps within your contract lifecycle. By going digital, you can transform how your organization manages risk, and ultimately shorten your sales cycle and reduce spending. We're not just talking about putting files in Dropbox, or moving things from desks to email... 

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Get the Most Out of Your eSignature Strategy

By Caitie Parten on Jul 25, 2017 8:00:00 AM

Implementing an eSignature strategy is one thing, but taking full advantage of that strategy is another. When using an electronic signature as part of your contract process, you’re already taking a huge step towards a more streamlined, accelerated form of business. But there are a few more things you need to be sure you’re doing to really capitalize off this technology.

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PactSafe Take 5: DK New Media CEO Shares How Consumer Behavior Has Changed

By Caitie Parten on Jul 19, 2017 10:10:52 AM

We are thrilled to announce our new blog series, PactSafe Take 5, where we dive into how different industries and professionals are adapting to new technologies and using them to improve how they do business with customers. The best part? These valuable features will take little more than 5 minutes out of your day.

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New Rule Restricting Use of Arbitration Provisions Follows Trend Towards Transparency and Fairness

By Brian Powers on Jul 17, 2017 1:27:34 PM

Recently the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau issued a new rule restricting the use of arbitration clauses in contracts for all sorts of financial products such as credit cards, payday loans, auto loans and more. Why are arbitration clauses so important? They are typically used to prevent aggreived consumers from banding together in class action lawsuits by requiring them to deal with financial institutions 1:1 in form of an arbitrator.  

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