Learn about United States electronic signature laws such as the ESIGN Act, UETA, and 21 CFR Part 11 for Life Sciences.
What is an Electronic Signature? The term Electronic Signature, or E-Signature, is a high-level concept meaning any electronic indication of intent to agree to a record.
Worldwide, legislation concerning the effect and validity of electronic signatures, including, but not limited to, cryptographic digital signatures, includes:
Understand the various electronic signature laws in the U.S. and around the world – ESIGN Act, UETA, and other guidelines for valid e-signature on documents.
When is an electronic signature sufficient to make an agreement enforceable? Two recent California Court of Appeal decisions rejected efforts to enforce agreements
Are electronic signatures legal? Learn about the legality of electronic signatures around the world. Check legality
The Uniform Law Commissioners promulgated the Uniform Electronic Transactions Act (UETA) in 1999. It is the first comprehensive effort to prepare state law for the
The following sections list US state and international e-signature legislation, organised according to the type of law — Technology Neutral, Prescriptive, or Two Tier.
SECTION 26-6-10. Short title; purpose. (A) This chapter may be cited as the “Uniform Electronic Transactions Act”. (B) Consistent with the provisions of the