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Electronic Waiver - Is it Legal?

Thanks to the Electronic Signatures in Global and National Commerce Act, signing an electronic waiver with an electronic signature (eSign) is now considered as legally binding as a signature on paper. And, thanks to WaiverSign, gathering signatures on electronic waivers is not only incredibly easy, but also secured via SSL, OAuth 2.0, Amazon Web Services Cloud Storage and other top-end security protocols.

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No matter how successful your business is, nothing is more important that ensuring you are mitigating your risk and minimizing your liability exposure. Moving to an electronic waiver system not only provides much greater efficiency and accuracy, but also presents an opportunity to review your waiver documents and administration process, ensuring they are properly customized to your specific use. Here you'll find a short list of highly-qualified legal counsel who maintain a deep understanding in drafting tailor-made liability waivers, electronic waivers (eWaivers), participant terms and conditions, and vendor agreements. They also offer valuable advice on risk management, strategic business decisions and litigation

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​Chun T. Wright


775 Eye Street, NW, Suite 350
Washington, DC 20005
Phone: 202.559.4300

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​Tracey L. Knutson

P.O. Box 1026
Girdwood, AK 99587
Phone: 907.264.6610

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​Mona McPhee

2400 NW 80th Street #295
Seattle, WA 98117
Phone: 360.870.0769

Additional Benefits of Electronic Waivers

WaiverSign emails the electronic waiver to each participant immediately following the signing of the waiver, thereby giving the participant(s) more time to review the waiver. In contrast, paper liability waivers are often presented immediately prior to participation, giving the participant very little time to fully review the agreement (an argument many participants often make in court). Also, participants who sign paper waivers do not generally receive a copy of their signed paper waiver, whereas WaiverSign automatically emails an electronic copy of the signed liability waiver to participants, allowing ample time (if participants signed in advance) to review the liability waiver again.

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