Investors Can Open E-Signed AccountsDLJdirect, the Jersey City, N.J.-based online brokerage service of Credit Suisse First Boston Inc., is the first brokerage to enable consumers to use digital signatures to open their accounts. Previously, DLJdirect customers who opened their accounts online needed to sign and return forms through the mail. "Electronic signatures will benefit DLJdirect's online investors by allowing them to conduct business online more easily and faster than ever," says DLJ-direct's general counsel Michael Hogan, who was active in getting the Electronic Signatures in Global and National Commerce Act passed.

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