eBRAM Online Platform Serves and Delivers at the Virtual Signing Ceremony between the Hague Conference on Private International Law and the Government of the HKSAR
22 December 2020
eBRAM is proud to serve as the technology partner to enable the virtual e-signing ceremony of the Memorandum of Understanding between the Hague Conference on Private International Law and the Government of the HKSAR for the Technical and Administrative Arrangements relating to the Secondment of Legal Professionals at the former French Mission Building on 22 December 2020.
The Honourable Ms Teresa Cheng GBS, SC, JP, the Secretary for Justice
|Virtual e-signing ceremony of MoU between HKSAR Department of Justice and HCCH|
Enabled by the eBRAM Platform’s locally developed secure online video conferencing and electronic signing technologies, the Secretary for Justice of the HKSAR Government, The Honourable Ms Teresa Cheng GBS, SC, JP, and Secretary General Dr Christophe Bernasconi of the Hague Conference on Private International Law (HCCH) conducted a virtual ceremony and the Memorandum of Understanding.
Mr Nick Chan MH, Vice-Chair of eBRAM, attended the ceremony on behalf of eBRAM. Mr Chan commented: “As a champion of LawTech, eBRAM is honoured and very pleased to share and deploy our locally-developed secure e-signing technology, originally developed for virtual e-signing of Online Disputes Resolution (ODR) agreements between parties hoping to resolve disputes, for the e-signing ceremony of this important MoU between HKSARG and HCCH in compliance with the laws of Hong Kong and with a more “human touch” yet without the need to travel in person during the COVID-19 pandemic. The merging of Law + Tech disciplines to solve problems and capacity building through secondment opportunities arising from this MoU are very exciting and fits nicely with eBRAM’s vision and mission. Collaborate more and together we shall ride out of this COVID-19 pandemic.”
eBRAM’s advance electronic signing technology enables multiple parties in different locations to sign simultaneously on a same electronic document through its secured and proprietary online platform. The signing process and signed document can be tracked and traced easily via the eBRAM platform. All data are stored in a private cloud server in Hong Kong under the protection of Hong Kong laws.
Cost-effective, time-saving and easy to use, eBRAM’s electronic signing services is here to help business and individuals make deals and conduct on online business trading, negotiations, and online dispute resolution.
eBRAM is honoured to be part of this important milestone and to serve the community in nurturing legal talents through continuous provision of training opportunities. Hong Kong is a leading LawTech and Online Dispute Resolution hub in Asia Pacific.