American Bar Association and RightSignature Bring Electronic Signatures to Law Firms

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Paperless solution eliminates printing, scanning, and faxing. E-Signatures empower attorneys to streamline practices.

RightSignature, the innovative software-as-a-service (SAAS) for getting documents signed online, today announced a marketing alliance with the American Bar Association, the national voice of the legal profession and the largest voluntary professional membership organization in the world.

With this alliance, the ABA will introduce the RightSignature electronic signature solution to its 400,000 members through a comprehensive marketing program. RightSignature will be featured in the ABA TechEZ Technology Marketplace, which provides the resources for legal professionals to make intelligent choices about technology.

Small businesses and enterprises around the world rely on RightSignature for executing legally-binding contracts, and a growing number of attorneys and law firms have discovered the ease, elegance, and efficiency of e-signatures. Lee Rosen, founder of Rosen Law Firm with offices throughout North Carolina, says, "We don't hassle with emailing documents, asking clients to print them, and hoping they will fax back executed copies. RightSignature gets the deal closed before things unravel. Our firm couldn't live without it."

As solo practitioners, small firms, and large firms move towards paperless practices, RightSignature empowers attorneys to reduce paper and ink consumption, obtain signatures from parties anywhere in the world in minutes, and impress clients with rapid deal closings. Signers complete any contract online with real, handwritten signatures, replicating the feeling of pen and paper in an intuitive browser interface. Parties may also sign on the iPhone or iPad with the acclaimed RightSignature app that turns the touchscreen into a signature pad.

"RightSignature is honored to work with the ABA to market online document signing to law professionals," said Daryl Bernstein, CEO of RightSignature LLC. "With electronic signatures, law firms of all sizes can improve client service by closing deals faster, and without paper or express shipping. RightSignature's compliance with e-signature legislation and exclusive biometric signature technology ensure electronic contracts are legally binding and defensible."

For more information, visit https://rightsignature.com/ and http://new.abanet.org/sitetation/Lists/Posts/Post.aspx?ID=635.

About RightSignature:
RightSignature LLC provides cutting-edge, on-demand document generation and electronic signature software. RightSignature's technology empowers small businesses and the world's leading companies to send documents for signature with a few clicks. Parties fill out and sign documents online quickly and easily, saving time, money, and paper. Documents executed on RightSignature are organized and stored on a secure server for future reference. Utilizing the world-class infrastructure of Amazon Web Services, RightSignature is a software-as-a-service and is available anytime, anywhere, through a web browser at https://RightSignature.com. RightSignature LLC has offices in Santa Barbara, California, and London, England.

About the American Bar Association:
With nearly 400,000 members, the American Bar Association is the largest voluntary professional membership organization in the world. As the national voice of the legal profession, the ABA works to improve the administration of justice, promotes programs that assist lawyers and judges in their work, accredits law schools, provides continuing legal education, and works to build public understanding around the world of the importance of the rule of law. ABA TechEZ is a collaborative effort of the ABA Legal Technology Resource Center and ABA Member Benefits. It was developed to serve an educational purpose as well as provide special pricing on legal software for ABA members — particularly those in solo practice or small firms who work without the benefit of in-house information technology staff.

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