Contracts in the Digital Age: Drafting to Disagreements

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This program was recorded on August 2nd, 2017

The process of forming, negotiating, drafting, enforcing and even signing contracts has been altered by technology in just the last 15 years. This session will explore some of the most important practical, ethical and legal implications of technology’s impact on the practice of contract law.



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  • Aaron Cronan
    Aaron Cronan is a business and contract attorney based in Portland, Oregon. During his seventeen years of practice, he has watched the legal industry transform from dictating letters to tape and not even having a computer on his desk, to handling all aspects of the practice in cloud-based software.

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    1. Email’s impact on contract formation and changes in scope;
    2. The legal implications of electronic signatures;
    3. Best practices for redline drafting and tracking changes;
    4. Using Google Docs for review and commenting with Clients;
    5. Avoiding or proving fraudulent alteration of a document.

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