We believe this will be a very valuable session for any organization that has implemented e-signature technology, or plans to in the future.
Alexandria, VA (PRWEB) September 13, 2007
The Electronic Signature and Records Association (ESRA) will present its first public conference in Washington, DC on November 13-14, 2007. “Getting E-Signatures Right: Key Business, Technology and Legal Developments” Will feature leading representatives in the e-signature arena: executives who have led major implementations for their companies, innovative and authoritative vendors, top legal experts, and, government officials. Rep. Jay Inslee (D-WA), a central contributor to the ESIGN Act, will provide the keynote address.
Full conference details are available at the ESRA Web site. “We’re very proud of the outstanding list of speakers and topics for this inaugural event,” said ESRA Chairman Stephen Morrison, Vice President, Government & Industry Relations, Wells Fargo Home Mortgage. “We believe this will be a very valuable session for any organization that has implemented e-signature technology, or plans to in the future.”
The Electronic Signature and Records Association was established in 2006 by leading industry companies, with the mission to educate its members and the public on legal, regulatory and operational issues relating to electronic signatures and records. Its founding Board of Directors is comprised of: (Chairman) Stephen Morrison, Vice President, Government & Industry Relations, Wells Fargo Home Mortgage; (Vice Chairman) Stephen Bisbee, President, eOriginal; (Sec./Treasurer) John Taggart, Vice President, Genworth Mortgage Insurance; John Harris, Manager, Security Alliances, Adobe Systems; Jenevra Georgini, Associate General Counsel, American International Group; Court Lorenzini, Founder & Executive Vice President, DocuSign; and Michael Laurie, Vice President & Co-Founder, Silanis.
Legal counsel to ESRA are noted ESIGN experts Jerry Buckley and Margo Tank, both Partners at Buckley Kolar LLP. Veteran association executive Mike Cavanagh serves as executive director.
ESRA has, to date, held a series of in-depth, member-only sessions featuring expert speakers discussing important standards initiatives and business developments in e-signature and electronic records. Detailed legal topics have been examined. Government officials, from agencies including the Federal Reserve Board, the Internal Revenue Service, and the Department of the Treasury, have also spoken to ESRA members. Earlier this summer, ESRA filed detailed comments with the Federal Reserve Board on major E-Commerce issues the Board is currently examining. Visit the ESRA Web site at http://www.esignrecords.org to learn about membership benefits and to find out how to join.
For more details about the conference and/or ESRA, contact executive director Mike Cavanagh or check the Web site.
Mike Cavanagh, Executive Director
Electronic Signature and Records Association
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