How to run a successful electronic signature session

Electronic signature has many advantages, among which are the mobility of the signatories and the legal certainty of the transaction. This article explains how to successfully complete your digital closing in a few steps.

Expert Opinion: François-Régis Fabre-Falret (LPA-CGR)

A partner and member of the Executive Committee at the firm LPA-CGR, François-Régis Fabre-Falret’s practice centers on complex real estate investment deals for French and foreign clients. He attests to the efficiency that Closd has brought his practice.

Expert Opinion: Emmanuel Scialom (Frieh Associés)

A specialist in private equity and M&A with over 20 years of experience, Emmanuel Scialom is a partner at Frieh Associés. He describes the benefits Closd has brought his team and his clients.

Legal firms: How to protect your clients’ data using the Cloud

It is essential for all trusted third parties, such as lawyers and counsels, to take into account IT risks in their practices. According to studies, it is only a matter of time before Cloud-based technologies become mainstream in the legal community.

Technical reliability and legal security of the electronic signature

When it comes to electronic signatures, technology and law are closely intertwined: the better the technology used, the greater its probative value and its legal security. Thanks to the recent considerable technological and regulatory evolutions, it is nowadays highly unlikely that a reliable electronic signature can be legally challenged.

How to switch from physical closing to e-closing

Anyone who works or has worked in a corporate law firm, an investment fund or an investment bank know what a "closing" involves: piles of documents to sign, carefully prepared by exhausted lawyers, large amount of money transferred from one bank account to another, and once it is all done, a glass of champagne to


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