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【電子署名と記録に関する法 2017年版】

The Law of Electronic Signatures and Records 2017 ed. paper 1 vol. 900 p. 17

Kromer, John P., Buckley, Jeremiah S., Tank, Margo H.K., Whitaker, R. David  著

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価格 \66,979(税込)         
発行年月 2017年02月
出版社/提供元
Thomson West Publishing International Division
出版国 アメリカ合衆国
言語 英語
媒体 冊子
装丁 paper
ページ数/巻数 1 vol. 900 p.
ジャンル 洋書/社会科学/法学/民法
ISBN 9780314646224
商品コード 1024633629
国件名
アメリカ合衆国
本の性格 実務向け/学術書
商品URLhttps://kw.maruzen.co.jp/ims/itemDetail.html?itmCd=1024633629

内容

The Law of Electronic Signatures and Records is an essential guide to electronic signatures and records laws, including the context in which the laws were adopted and the ways in which the authors believe the drafters intended them to be interpreted. The publication is prepared by authors with more than 30 years combined experience that includes involvement with the drafting and passage of Electronic Signatures in Global and National Commerce Act (ESIGN), the preparation of the Uniform Electronic Transactions Act (UETA), the creation of SPeRS™ (the Standards and Procedures for electronic Records and Signatures), and serving as counsel to the Electronic Signatures and Records Association. The insights they provide will be indispensable to anyone seeking to understand the impact of, and the liability associated with, using electronic signatures and electronic records. These insights include:

Details on the legal requirements for using electronic signatures and records, including delivery, presentation, signing, and record retention
Comprehensive tables itemizing the state variations to the uniform UETA language
Special considerations for using electronic signatures and records in connection with emerging and evolving technology
Using electronic records and signatures in specialized transactions and documents, such as securities, chattel paper, and mortgages
Analysis of the interplay between ESIGN, UETA, and many other key laws and regulations
Identification and summaries of recent legal developments and court cases impacting electronic signatures and records