@blunders I am Signsquid's lawyer. Sorry for the delay to answer your question, we had to do some extensive validations before answering since I am Canadian lawyer and not a US one. So I did a review of the "US Federal Rules of Evidence" as you asked, and we have the opinion that Signsquid is compliant to those rules. However, note that some states may have rules for evidence requiring a handwritten signature (some but few have this requirement).
Most of the states require the followings for an electronic signature be valid:
- That the signature be unique to the person using it.
- It is capable of verification.
- It is under the sole control of the person using it.
- It is linked to data in such a manner that if the data are changed, the digital signature is invalidated.
We can guaranty that Signsquid respects all those criterions.
I hope this answer your questions and feel free to contact me if you need more information.
Enjoy the simplicity of using Signsquid for you signature needs!
Christian Saraïlis Esq. LL.B, lawyer
Quebec city, Canada