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Q&A: Elaine Wright Reflects On The Global Role Of The Notary

Elaine Wright, NNA’s 2009 Notary of The Year, loves traveling around the world and, as a dedicated Notary educator and Signing Agent, takes time during her sojourns to meet with Notaries worldwide. The International Section caught up with Elaine to discuss her recent trip to Australia and New Zealand and what she discovered after her encounter with Notaries Down Under.

Survey Suggests Physicians Need More Training In Electronic Records

Nearly half of physicians using electronic healthcare records (EHR) aren’t getting sufficient training to use them effectively, according to a survey of more than 2,300 doctors conducted by the online organization AmericanEHR Partners.

Why Legal Professionals Must Take The Notary Stamp Seriously

We sometimes forget that our seals of office serve a significant purpose. The seal is such a key feature of notarization that the Notary Public Code of Professional Responsibility specifically addresses it, as follows: “The Notary shall affix a seal on every notarized document and not allow this universally recognized symbol of office to be used by another or in an endorsement or promotion.” This ethical obligation applies to all Notaries, even those in states that do not at present statutorily require their Notaries to affix seal impressions on documents, for several reasons.

Worldwide Law Changes Impact Notarial Role Overseas, Could Impact U.S.

Major worldwide changes to Notary systems are granting more powers in some regions, while decreasing privileges in others to make the Notary profession more competitive. While the role of U.S. Notaries tends to be more limited in scope than those performing the role elsewhere, these global law updates may have a lasting impact on Notaries everywhere.

Identity Thieves Target Mobile Devices

Identity Thieves Target Mobile Devices

With tens of millions of people now conducting business via mobile devices, identity thieves have turned to hacking smartphones to steal consumers’ personal information, according to government and industry experts.