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In general, fountain pens with broad stroking nibs are commonly used when you're signing documents. You are probably most used to signing with the ballpoint pens that often arrive with your check at a restaurant. In terms of pen brands, Mont Blanc pens still set the gold, and stainless steel, and chrome standard. If you branch out into electronic signatures, the multifunction Cross Matrix Multifunction pens work for those PDA and electronic signatures, particularly since ballpoint pens tend not to work on touch pad technology. When providing pens for document signing, be sure to give the other parties “take aways”—personalized pens with your business/law office logo.
|Jennifer Mathes, Ph.D.|