How can legal ops collaborate better with other teams?
This is the second part of our two part series on clickwrap agreements. Our first post (Should you worry about Clickwrap?) explored concerns around clickwrap agreements, as well as potential difficulties around their implementation and successful integration into contracting workflows. This post will discuss how clickwrap can benefit your organization, your end customer, or partners.
Podcast: How UiPath scaled their legal team from 1 to 30 and introduced AI to automate legal workflows
PactSafe’s “Legal Departments of the Future” podcast is hosted by PactSafe founder and CEO Brian Powers. As an attorney who’s ventured into the tech business, Brian is always looking for ways to fuse the legal and tech spaces together.
You're probably beta testing, but are you alpha testing, too?
Testing your concepts and flows with different types of users is critical to ensuring a successful adoption rate of your new product or feature. While everyone knows of beta testing, not many know of the step that comes before it: alpha testing. Alpha and beta tests go hand-in-hand for the successful launch of a new product or feature; both require sample groups of users to test new releases and provide feedback so the product team can make changes before a full launch.
Esignature vs. Embedded Signing vs. Clickwrap
There are many ways to sign a document; each type of esignature method has a time and place for ideal use. The key to driving efficient contract workflows is both knowing which methods of acceptance to use and understanding how having multiple ways to sign a contract in your toolbox provides the most value.
This is the first of a two-part series on clickwrap agreements, and it will explore what should concern you, as a business and as a consumer, about this latest digital agreement type.
(Indianapolis - August 21, 2019) - PactSafe, the leading high-velocity contract acceptance platform, today released findings from their Clickwrap Litigation Trends study. The report includes findings from a study of more than 1000 cases summarizing clickwrap litigation trends over the past 16 years and reveals what influences of validity for those agreements.
The instantaneous and informal nature of the text message has revolutionized the way people communicate across large and small distances. In fact, as a digitized and traceable form of communication between two or more parties, text messages are often brought up in legal disputes. But is a text message a legal document?
“If you build it, they will come.”