Remote Online Notarizations and E-Signatures: Best Practices and Limitations
Approved for 1.0 hours of General CLE Credit including 1.0 hours of Technology.
As we continue to adapt to remote work environments in response to the COVID-19 pandemic, digital workflows such as Remote Online Notarizations and Electronic Signatures are expected to be the “normal” processes for conducting business. They save time, increase accuracy, provide a better experience, and ultimately drive to faster resolutions and approvals. But, as with any new technology, the risks and opportunities must be understood before implementing.
In this one-hour webinar we’ll explore the adoption, use, and verification of remote online notarizations and electronic signatures in a statutory and case law framework.
Olga Galanter is a founding partner of SUB ROSA LAW, a boutique business, tax and estate planning firm. She focuses her practice on the issues of high net worth and international estate planning and pre-investment planning. Olga routinely advises clients on business and corporate issues, tax implications of investments in the US by foreign nationals, and works with families on tax optimization of existing investments.
She is a graduate of both Far Eastern National University Law School, Russia (with Honors), and University of Miami School of Law (Magna Cum Laude). Olga received her Master’s degree in Estate Planning from the University Of Miami Graduate School Of Law.
William Gamble has been a lawyer for over forty years. He practiced law in the areas of tax, securities, and banking. He has written three books on law and economics in emerging markets as well as many articles for journals all over the world. He has spoken to CFA chapters in 15 countries and many US cities. Presently he is a consultant with IT Governance USA helping companies institute robust and compliant cyber security and privacy systems. He holds four IT certifications including one of the most advanced as well as certifications for the GDPR and the ISO 27001 cyber security standard.
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