Except for few specific circumstances, it is almost considered ancient to have parties to a contract physically meet up to a sign a contract in a boardroom. With the fast-paced lifestyles of most high-level executives, a more efficient method of signing contracts has been introduced: the e-Signature.
Although convenient, do e-signatures really create a valid and binding contract? Can e-signatures really replace hand-written signatures?
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