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The Utah Electronic Law Project has adopted the following Project Vision and Mission Statement.

The Utah Electronic Law Project has adopted the following Project Vision and Mission Statement.

The vision of the Utah Electronic Law Project is to facilitate and enable the electronic processes and information interchange required to implement the Electronic Practice of Law and to establish the legal foundation for Electronic Commerce in the State of Utah. Project Mission Statement To facilitate and encourage the transition from paper-based legal services to electronic-based information, processes and services that will further enhance broad access to justice, reduce the costs to all parties, and increase the efficiency and quality…

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XML WORK GROUP

XML WORK GROUP

Goals and Objectives The purpose of the XML Work Group is to develop one or more model Document Type Definitions (DTDs) for the filing and exchange of legal documents using XML standards. UELCP supports and is a member of Legal XML. Founded in November 1998, Legal XML is a non-profit organization comprised of volunteer members from private industry, non-profit organizations, government, and academia. The mission of Legal XML is to develop open, non-proprietary technical standards for legal documents and related…

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Electronic Law and Commerce : Executive Summary

Electronic Law and Commerce : Executive Summary

A FRAMEWORK FOR GLOBAL ELECTRONIC COMMERCE EXECUTIVE SUMMARY The Internet has the potential to become the United States’ most active trade vehicle within a decade, creating millions of high paying jobs. In addition, Internet shopping may revolutionize retailing by allowing consumers to sit in their homes and buy a wide variety of products and services from all over the world. Many businesses and consumers are wary of conducting extensive business electronically, however, because the Internet lacks a predictable legal environment…

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