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!
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.
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.
The proof is in the pudding. And to establish the fact or truth of a statement, there needs to be proof. What denotes adequate proof? Proof typically comes in the form of evidence at the scene of a crime or a witness. Often times, it ends with "my word against yours."
Think about this: When an online customer is trying to cash in on a warranty or uphold the contents of their membership agreement, there aren't witnesses or any piece of tangible evidence to prove this. Therefore, how do we prove that their warranty isn't expired? Prove that their membership was paid in full?
If you're anything of a college sports fan, you've seen the process tens of hundreds of times.
A prodigous high school football star, flanked by parents and coaches at a long table -- in front of flashing cameras & media members ready to cast a teen's decision to the world. The array of hats arranged in front of him, praise or hate set to follow from whichever he picks.
Then, it's time for the pen & paper.
This is National Signing Day in college football.
Last week, PactSafe Founder and CEO, Brian Powers, was a speaker at Evolve Law's Dozen Darwin Talks on the future of legal. Taking place in NYC, the Evolve Law Darwin Talks were the same week as LegalTech 2017, dubbed the largest legal technology event of the year. Darwin Talks are a common Evolve Law speaker series designed to focus on the next big innovation in the realm of legal, specifically legal tech.
This is the second installment of our PactSafe Podcasts blog series, designed to clue you in to our team’s favorite series to listen to on the go! Part one covered product management, check it out here.In honor of Groundhog Day, let's bring these podcasts out of hiding to get some good listening in, whether we have 6 weeks left of Winter or not.
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