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ESRA Continues to Lead Cross-Industry Discourse on the Future of E-Signatures and E-Records
Date:8/29/2013

Washington, D.C. (PRWEB) August 29, 2013

The Electronic Signature and Records Association (ESRA), the premier trade association representing electronic signature industry adopters and providers, recently met in Seattle during a two-day leadership session to continue preparations for its annual meeting in November. Leaders from member organizations such as AssureSign, AlphaTrust, Equifax, DocuSign, Silanis, Adobe Systems, eOriginal, USAA, IMM, BuckleySander LLP, and Fidelity National Financial collaboratively discussed key issues impacting the adoption of e-signatures and e-records, including: advising the Department of Motor Vehicles on how to progress away from paper processes; commenting on Moving Ahead for Progress in the 21st Century (MAP21) to ensure that it is written from a technologically neutral viewpoint; meeting with the National Association of Secretaries of State (NASS) to discuss the legality and necessity for E-Notarization; and educating several key regulatory agencies such as SBA, CFPB, FTC and FRB on the nuances of electronic signature and records law. Those topics and more will be focal points during the E-Signatures 2013 Annual Conference in New York, November 14-15, 2013. Attendees from the financial services, mortgage, healthcare, and real estate industries and public sector government representatives will share their knowledge and best practices in implementing secure, complaint, paperless solutions.

Formed in 2005, ESRA has been a vehicle for members to share timely and cutting edge information on legal, regulatory and industry trends related to electronic signature and records, and to interact with policymakers with the aim of advancing the adoption of electronic signatures and records in all contexts. The association’s impact is far reaching—a recent example being efforts by ESRA that helped persuade the Internal Revenue Service to update its regulation to accept electronic signatures on the Fo
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