Email Communication as Evidence in Litigation

The Argentine Court of Appeals in Commercial Matters acknowledged emails’ validity as evidence even when they do not meet the requirements set forth in the Digital Signature Law

Recently, Division D of the Argentine Court of Appeals in Commercial Matters acknowledged that email communications can be valid evidence even when they do not meet the requirements of section 2 and 5 of Digital Signature Law No. 25,506 (Argentine Court of Appeals in Commercial Matters, Division D, “Skillmedia S.R.L. v. Estudio ML S.A.”, November 7, 2017).

The case is as follows: Skillmedia SRL (“Skillmedia”) was hired by defendant Estudio ML S.A. (“Estudio ML”) in 2011 to provide a messaging service based on  certain software. In 2014, the defendant started to breach its payment obligations...Read More…

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