As Husch Blackwell discussed in a recent client alert, the U.S. Department of Commerce recently issued a proposed rule (the “Proposed Rule”) which intends to give the U.S. Secretary of Commerce the authority to block, unwind or modify information and communications technology or services (“ICTS”) transactions involving “foreign adversaries” if the Commerce Secretary determines
In the Information Age, an increasing amount of data is communicated, stored, and shared electronically, and legal agreements are no exception. Digital agreements are more convenient, environmentally friendly, and are cheaper than their paper counterparts, making them the medium of choice for online businesses and Internet users alike. But, while fewer and fewer agreements are being printed, mailed, and physically signed, their ramifications are no less real. As with any other agreement, properly constructing the terms of a digital agreement is crucial if it is to serve its purpose as a legally-enforceable contract. How then should we design our websites and agreements to leave them enforceable, but without destroying the ease of use that is their biggest advantage?
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