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Sep 19, 2018

ClearLaw CLE

Digital Transactions

In this webinar you’ll learn about the legal principles and precedents that will help you navigate the statutory, regulatory and practical elements of e-signature regimes. We'll cover topics such as:

- The key sources of law that influence 85% of worldwide e-signature statutes
- Reconciling contradictions between state, federal, and international laws and regulations
- Rules of thumb for advising on browse-wrap and shrink-wrap contracts
- Special considerations for consumer transactions
- What the courts are saying

Oct 10, 2018

Knobbe Martens, Seattle WA

Technology, Truth and Trust

Knobbe Martens Olsen and Bear's Seattle Office hosts an executive seminar focusing on the complex relationship between technology, and the concepts of truth and trust. Leading experts will discuss breakthrough technologies including artificial intelligence, blockchain, XR (augmented and virtual reality) and others.

Sep 05, 2018

ClearLaw Institute CLE

Smart Contracts and Distributed Ledger Technology: A Lawyer's Guide

Whether you’re an advanced technology lawyer or a tech novice, this webinar will provide you with the tools you need to speak the language of Blockchain. This course will leave you with a better understanding of the world of distributed ledger technology (DLT) and the implications for your clients and the legal profession.

 

You will learn:

  • the technical basics of blockchain, DLT, and Smart Contracts

  • the legal and practical issues that face your clients

  • what Smart Contracts can – and can’t – do.

  • importance of the emerging relationship between legal and engineering teams that is necessitated by contracts-as-code.

  • Ethical considerations for lawyers working with Smart Contracts

  • What "Initial Coin Offerings" are and how they may be regulated in the U.S. and abroad.

May 23, 2018

Konica Minolta Innovation Exchange - Annaheim, CA

Blockchain Innovation

Konica Minolta in Anaheim California will host an event focusing on Enterprise Innovation. Leading experts will discuss new breakthrough technologies including blockchain and artificial intelligence. Konica Minolta executives will share challenges and successes in transforming a business in an industry experiencing huge change. They'll also share new technologies that will transform the future of work. Don't miss this one-of-a-kind complimentary event! 

Apr 24, 2018

Strafford CLE Webinar

Preparing Smart Contracts: Role of Counsel

While “smart contracts” have the potential to revolutionize business transactions, vulnerabilities in the operational accuracy and security of the underlying code pose a substantial risk for companies deploying the technology. Coding errors can result from software developers not having the economic perspective or legal knowledge necessary for accurate programming.

Capable practitioners add value to their clients during the planning, drafting and implementation of contract language. In the context of smart contracts, counsel must understand the detailed range of contingencies and outcomes available with a software-driven agreement, and prepare to expand their usual advisory role to address these issue.

 

Practitioners must also be prepared to lend insight during the software development process by identifying and correcting business errors commonly encoded before deployment of smart contracts and tailor remedies that encourage non-pecuniary resolution once a hacker exploits a vulnerability.

 

Our panel will prepare counsel to help clients avoid the risks associated with vulnerabilities in “smart contracts.” The panel will discuss best practices for the planning, drafting and integration of contract language designed to limit potential liabilities that may arise when vulnerabilities interfere with smart contract performance.

Apr 02, 2018

Global Blockchain Conference, Santa Clara, CA

Smart Contracts, Dumb Lawyers

Distributed ledgers are changing the way contracts are executed and fulfilled. The role of lawyers will be affected by "contracts as code," and the legal profession is not prepared. With the best of intentions, many legal practitioners are actually getting in the way of the advancements that smart contracts offer, primarily due to lawyers' lack of understanding of the basic technology concepts underlying blockchain and smart contracts. We will take an enlightening and sometimes humorous look at the mistakes lawyers make when dealing with technology issues, with a particular focus on how regulations and laws are being drafted with limited understanding of the technology.

Mar 14, 2018

SXSW Panel - Austin, TX

Smart Contracts: Are We Getting Rid of Lawyers?

Smart contracts promise to fundamentally re-write how today’s legal agreements work – converting legal code to computer code that will automatically execute, make payments, transfer ownership in property, all in an uninterruptible manner. Born from Blockchain and cryptocurrencies, many smart contract platforms claim they'll eliminate the need for lawyers! We’ll discuss how smart contracts work, their business benefits, and associated risks of trading legal frameworks for automated computer code.

Mar 06, 2018

ClearLaw Institute CLE

Copy Of -Smart Contracts and Distributed Ledger Technology: A Lawyer's Guide

Whether you’re an advanced technology lawyer or a tech novice, this webinar will provide you with the tools you need to speak the language of Blockchain. This course will leave you with a better understanding of the world of distributed ledger technology (DLT) and the implications for your clients and the legal profession.

 

You will learn:

  • the technical basics of blockchain, DLT, and Smart Contracts

  • the legal and practical issues that face your clients

  • what Smart Contracts can – and can’t – do.

  • importance of the emerging relationship between legal and engineering teams that is necessitated by contracts-as-code.

  • Ethical considerations for lawyers working with Smart Contracts

  • What "Initial Coin Offerings" are and how they may be regulated in the U.S. and abroad.

Mar 01, 2018

Free expert webcast

Blockchain Revolution

Panel of industry and legal experts discuss current and future trends in blockchain and distributed ledger technology.
PANEL: Brian Casey, Partner, Locke Lord; Jor Law, Partner, Homeier & Law; Neil Morganbesser, President and Founder, DelMorgan & Co; Ken Moyle, President, K6 Partners
MODERATOR: Alex Kasdan, Senior Managing Director, DelMorgan & Co.

Feb 08, 2018

ClearLaw CLE

Contract Law & E-Signatures

In this webinar you’ll learn about the legal principles and precedents that will help you navigate the statutory, regulatory and practical elements of e-signature regimes. We'll cover topics such as:

- The key sources of law that influence 85% of worldwide e-signature statutes
- Reconciling contradictions between state, federal, and international laws and regulations
- Rules of thumb for advising on browse-wrap and shrink-wrap contracts
- Special considerations for consumer transactions
- What the courts are saying

Nov 30, 2017

ClearLaw Institute CLE

Smart Contracts and Distributed Ledger Technology: A Lawyer's Guide

Whether you’re an advanced technology lawyer or a tech novice, this webinar will provide you with the tools you need to speak the language of Blockchain. This course will leave you with a better understanding of the world of distributed ledger technology (DLT) and the implications for your clients and the legal profession.

 

You will learn:

  • the technical basics of blockchain, DLT, and Smart Contracts

  • the legal and practical issues that face your clients

  • what Smart Contracts can – and can’t – do.

  • importance of the emerging relationship between legal and engineering teams that is necessitated by contracts-as-code.

  • Ethical considerations for lawyers working with Smart Contracts

  • What "Initial Coin Offerings" are and how they may be regulated in the U.S. and abroad.

Oct 11, 2017

Online Compliance Panel

Going Global with E-Signatures

E-signatures are fast becoming a standard operating procedure for organizations in the global business environment - are you up-to-date on the latest E-signature laws?

Starting with the laws governing electronic signatures and records in the United States, and then broadening out to the pertinent legal regimes outside the United States, the material will provide perspective on the extent to which the use of electronic signatures poses legal risks, and will offer guidance on how to minimize those risks. Finally, you will learn about new technological developments and the steps you and your clients may want to take going forward to maximize technological innovation and ensure legal compliance.

Areas Covered

  • E-Signature legal frameworks: US and beyond

  • Global E-signature implementation

  • Compliance issues

  • Risk profiles

  • Elements of a digital policy

  • Digital transformation and change management

 

Who will Benefit

  • Lawyers (law firms and inside counsel)

  • CxO

  • Operations executives

  • Compliance officers

  • Global HR executives

Sep 12, 2017

Free Webinar sponsored by Wells Fargo and ESRA

Consumer Attitudes on Mobile Signatures

Over three-quarters of Americans are now smartphone owners. For many, these devices are THE key entry point to the online world. Consequently, consumer expectations of access to financial services from their mobile devices are on the rise.

Financial institutions are finding more and more that mobile options for consumers are not options at all but instead are imperatives to business success. These include lending options upon which millions of dollars and man hours are being spent in development each and every month.

So just how comfortable are consumers with using a mobile device:

  • To review, understand, and sign actual legal documents?

  • To work through an entire loan process?

  • For important financial transactions with limited assistance by actual human beings?

And, what is the connection between what consumers are experiencing and their consequential behavior?

The Electronic Signatures and Records Association (ESRA) and Wells Fargo invite you to attend a free one hour webinar on Tuesday, September 12 at 2PM CST as we answer these questions and many more.

  • Hosted by Joe Hopper, Ph.D. of Versta Research

  • With commentary from Ken Moyle, ESRA Director of Public Policy & President & Chief Legal Officer at K6 Partners

  • Explore two independent studies (one qualitative by IBM & one quantitative by Versta)

 

This is your opportunity to enhance your digital electronic signature strategies through direct insight into today’s consumer needs, behaviors and desires when it comes to online and mobile eSignatures. 

Aug 18, 2017

ClearLaw CLE

Contract Law & E-Signatures

In this webinar you’ll learn about the legal principles and precedents that will help you navigate the statutory, regulatory and practical elements of e-signature regimes. We'll cover topics such as:

- The key sources of law that influence 85% of worldwide e-signature statutes
- Reconciling contradictions between state, federal, and international laws and regulations
- Rules of thumb for advising on browse-wrap and shrink-wrap contracts
- Special considerations for consumer transactions
- What the courts are saying

Jul 11, 2017

Webinar

E-Signature Policies for the Public Sector

State and local entities are looking for new ways to engage citizens and provide value through digital channels. Yet they face challenges that are different from those faced by private industry. What are the best practices for rolling out electronic signatures? Can a policy help? Our panel will help you avoid common mistakes and provide guidance for a smoother transition to digital government.

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Jun 20, 2017

Podcast

Arash Sayadi, CEO of Valteo Tech

Arash tells the story of Valteo Tech and describes his approach to solving customer problems.

Contract Law & E-Signatures

In this webinar, you’ll learn about the legal principles and precedents that will help you navigate the statutory, regulatory and practical elements of e-signature regimes. Among other things, the course will cover topics such as:

- The key sources of law that influence 85% of worldwide e-signature statutes
- Reconciling contradictions between state, federal, and international laws and regulations
- Rules of thumb for advising on browse-wrap and shrink-wrap contracts
- Special considerations for consumer transactions
- What the courts are saying

May 03, 2017

Momentum cocktail reception - San Francisco

Meet fellow digital transformation leaders and members of the K6 Network. Hosted cocktails and hors d'ouvres. Our non-traditional conversations will take place at Urban Tavern, located at 333 O'Farrell St in San Francisco, starting at 7:15 pm. 

Spots are limited, so please register here.

Apr 25, 2017

E-Signatures and International Contracting

This CLE webinar will provide counsel involved in international transactions with a review of recent legal trends and developments regarding e-signatures and electronic contracts. The panel will examine evolving legal and practical issues, including the authentication of e-signatures; the admissibility of electronic contracts and e-signatures in litigation; and the implications of U.S. and international laws governing contracting via electronic means.

Feb 20, 2017

Podcast: Ken Moyle on Public Policy

Ken Moyle shares thoughts and insights on public policy with ESRA's Rich Grisham.

May 11, 2016

International Association for Contract & Commercial Management EMEA Conference, Rome, Italy.

Feb 04, 2016

Lecture

Digital Transformation of the Legal Department

Drafting business documents. Presented at University of Washington Law School, Seattle, WA.

Oct 20, 2015

Association of Corporate Counsel Annual Meeting, Boston, MA

Presented by the ACC IT, Privacy & eCommerce Committee

Commercial transactions move at a breakneck pace in today’s business environment. Technological  advancements in contract drafting programs, word processing, and video/telephone conferencing have enabled more agreements to be completed in less time. Even so, a bottleneck persists for many organizations during the execution phase of an agreement, governed by archaic principles that don’t take advantage of current laws and technologies. This session explores the various types of electronic signatures, current laws surrounding electronic signatures, products and services available to support electronic signatures and best practices for adopting an electronic signature program.

Robert Harrison, Corporate Attorney, AutoZone, Inc.
Ken Moyle, Chief Legal Officer, DocuSign, Inc.
Dan Puterbaugh, Director and Associate General Counsel, Adobe Systems, Inc.
Daniel Slawe, Corporate Counsel, SAP America, Inc

Jun 01, 2015

Lecture with Claire Debney and Gregory Leveau. Association of Corporate Counsel Europe, Munich, Germany.

Ken Moyle covers the thinking behind ink signatures as a means of identity, and attempts to decode the European eIDas regulation in the context of electronic contracting internationally.

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Webinars: Continuing Education

 

Oct 12, 2016

  • The key sources of law that influence 85% of worldwide e-signature statutes

  • How to reconcile contradictions between state, federal and international laws and regulations

  • Some Rules of thumb for advising on Browse-wrap and shrink wrap contracts

  • Special consideration for consumer transactions
     

Jun 08, 2016

After decades of empty promises about “going paperless,” businesses are finally crossing the threshold of what we now call “digital transformation.” Paper-and-ink-based processes are not just being automated; they are being uprooted and redesigned by a new generation of executives who embrace technology as a necessary survival tool.

 

How has the law kept up with these rapid changes? How can legal practitioners help their clients mitigate risks and realize the benefits of going digital?

 

Our panel lays down a firm foundation of legal principles and precedents to help you navigate the statutory, regulatory, and practical elements of e-signature regimes, both in the US and internationally.

Aug 19, 2015

In today's world, electronic signatures on PDFs are replacing pen-and-ink signatures on paper contracts. Are they legal, and what are the ramifications?


In this program, our experienced panel will discuss this transition to new technology and how the law has evolved to adjust to the modern era, as well as the validity of electronic signatures and documents under U.S. law, international considerations, record-keeping, and best practices generally.


Topics of discussion will also include:

  • Select legal and regulatory issues

  • Special issues involving consumer transactions

  • Reconciling state and federal laws

  • Current technology

  • Contracting in the Cloud

Jun 08, 2015

In this program, our experienced panel will discuss this transition to new technology and how the law has evolved to adjust to the modern era. They will discuss the validity of electronic documents under U.S. law, and various issues involving consumer transactions, international considerations, record-keeping, evidentiary considerations and best practices generally.

 

Attendees will learn about:

  • Select legal and regulatory issues

  • Special issues involving consumer transactions

  • Reconciling state and federal laws

  • International issues

  • Contracting in the Cloud

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info@k6partners.com
Tel. 860.980.0056 

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Consultation
Today!

© 2017 by K6 Partners LLC. All rights reserved.  

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