Wednesday, May 8, 2013
FREE to All VLTA Members!
• Timothy S. Reiniger - FutureLaw, LLC
The session will address:
• Virginia’s e-notarization authorizing laws, including the new online notarization law
• The legal and technological requirements, applicable standards, enforcement considerations, and interstate recognition
• How the e-notarization laws relate to Virginia’s overall all digital legal framework for e-filing and e-recording
This webinar is FREE to VLTA members. Registration is required.
(Non-members may attend for a $15 fee. If you are not a member of VLTA but would like to join us for this session, please register via email with your payment information.)
About the Speaker:
Timothy S. Reiniger came to the Digital Services Group of FutureLaw from the National Notary Association where he served as Executive Director for six years. In this role, he became a nationally recognized expert in information security law and policy, successfully advocating for path-breaking electronic notarization laws in Delaware, Virginia, North Carolina, Florida, New Mexico and Minnesota. He has shaped information security policies by testifying before the U.S. House Judiciary Committee, the Hague Conference on Private International Law, the California House and Senate Judiciary Committees, the Florida Senate Judiciary Committee, NCCUSL, and several state e-recording commissions.
In addition to testimony, Tim has considerable experience in creating and implementing programs that leverage Gov 2.0 and cloud computing, including the Identity Theft Passport Program in Ohio, the e-Apostille Program with the Hague Conference on Private International Law, the e-Charging Program in Minnesota, the e-notarization program in Delaware, the National Notary e-Registry.
In terms of private sector activities, Tim has presented on information security law and policy topics before the Mortgage Banker Association, the American Land Title Association, the American Escrow Association, MISMO, and the American Bar Association. As well, Tim authored a chapter in Foundations of Digital Evidence, published by the American Bar Association (2008),has contributed to the Electronic Discovery and Digital Evidence Committee journal of the ABA’s Science & Technology Law Committee. He has also been widely quoted in publications including Government Technology, the Legal Description, and newspapers across the country.
Before joining the National Notary Association, Tim practiced trial law in Manchester, NH where he also served three terms on the Board of Mayor and Aldermen (1994-2000). He is a licensed attorney in both New Hampshire and California. Tim earned his J.D. from the University of Michigan Law School and holds a B.S.F.S., cum laude, in International Affairs from Georgetown University School of Foreign Service.