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Court Upholds Enforceability Of "Clickwrap" Employee Agreement
As we have previously discussed, if you want your electronic contracts to be enforceable, it is a best practice to require the counterparty to affirmatively accept the contract by checking a box or clicking a button.
United States
6 Sep 2016
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Terms And Conditions Buried In Easily Ignored Scroll Box Don't Cut It, The Seventh Circuit Holds
As we have noted before, if you want to increase the likelihood that your website terms of use are enforceable against users, you need to do two things.
United States
20 Jun 2016
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Federal District Court: "Browsewrap" Terms And Conditions Provide Sufficient Notice To Defeat False Advertising Class Action
Websites sometimes present their terms of use ("TOU") to users merely by including a link to those TOU on the website without requiring users to affirmatively accept the terms...
United States
19 Aug 2015
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So You Think You Have A Contract? Website Terms And Unconscionability
We have written previously regarding the pitfalls of online contract formation, including where website operators fail to implement website terms in a manner that requires users to expressly accept such terms.
United States
22 Dec 2014
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