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.
If you were asked to provide irrefutable proof that a particular user accepted your Terms of Service, would you be able to? Could you tell when or what version? If not, you have a problem.
This blog post was originally published October 2015.
If you're anything like us here at PactSafe, you are obsessed with Mike Judge and Alec Berg’s comedy about the American tech industry: Silicon Valley. The show, which just started it's fourth season last month, centers around a group of young entrepreneurs trying to make it big despite the hijinks they regularly find themselves in. Silicon Valley successfully satirizes the tech goliaths and the startup world, in a hilarious and completely relatable way.
Whether creating a contract for real estate purposes or a business-to-business transaction, a well-detailed and planned-out contract is a must for getting business done.
Ensuring that each aspect of the sales agreement serves a purpose as well as covering the necessary bases is vital to a successful business transaction.
Check out this list of must-haves for your next sales agreement:
Do you have any idea of which legal events you should be tracking across your website and mobile apps? Are you implementing a legal system of record to keep time-stamped proof of these important online transactions? Cold and flu season is in full swing, and if the proper digital recordkeeping isn't in place, your product could be under the weather too.
Online retail sales in the US are skyrocketing, and with increased online competitive environments this holiday season, the growth will only continue. Based on the Forrester Research eCommerce Forecast, the projected compound annual growth rate (CAGR) of e-commerce over the next five years is 10%, translating to $480 billion in online sales by 2019.
Time travel back to November 2, 2016 when we were all on the edge of our seats watching the Cleveland Indians and Chicago Cubs fight for game seven of the World Series. The teams contended at elite playing levels tying up scores and laying it all out there until Chicago came out on top. We want to help you be the better performing team no matter what game you’re playing in.
Rather than assuming your online legal is in order, take a second to really take a look at it; are you walking the fine line of wrestling with unconscionability?
Too much work goes into developing a website and mobile apps for everything to not be completely secure. Here are four legal events that you should definitely be tracking on your website and within your mobile apps. And most importantly, they should be implemented properly.
The self-service economy is all about speed. Your phone is the one-stop-shop for on-demand service that has come to be expected. With apps being downloaded by the second, serving customers “later” is no longer an option. The option is, “now”, end of story.