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Transitioning to Remote, Electronic Signing for Transactions

The recent move to more remote work environments has prompted many to take a second look at not only e-Signature solutions but also remote online notarization. In order to support transactional practice groups and legal department in making the transition to electronic signing and closings, one must understand the challenges and opportunities of these technologies.

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Over the past decade, businesses have adopted e-Signatures to streamline internal approval processes and reduce contracting time with customers and partners. Transactional practices seem like obvious applications for using electronic signings. But for a variety of reasons, only a small — albeit growing — percentage of transactional attorneys use e-Signatures regularly on their transactions.

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