SaaS Licensing Agreement Attorney

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SaaS Lawyer


SaaS Licensing Attorney Andrew S Bosin LLC located in New Jersey outside of New York City helps clients all across the United States navigate SaaS Law.


Andrew helps SaaS startups, software cloud web based vendors, providers, entrepreneurs and developers, customers & enterprise companies in all fifty states. 


Because of his own startup experiences in creating and building out a software startup with partners Andrew has vast experience in every aspect of the inner workings of a technology company. For example, when a client discusses with Andrew how much stock should be issued to the founders because of his experiences in his startup regarding the very same issue he is not only able to offer sound legal advice but also provide guidance about how optically his client's startup will look to investors if too much stock is issued at the beginning.


Andrew drafts and negotiates Software Licensing Agreements, SaaS Subscription Agreements, Reseller Agreements, Master Service Agreements and End User License Agreements (EULA).


Please contact Andrew for a free initial consultation at 201-446-9643.


andrew@saas-lawyer.com 


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SaaS Law and SaaS Agreements

Andrew has vast experience in providing legal advice to clients on the relationship between SaaS Law and SaaS Agreements.


One of the biggest potential liabilities for SaaS vendors and providers is failing to protect customer data and sensitive information.


Just because your company uses a well known third party cloud managed services provider to host, serve and maintain your applications, services or products does not mean that you don't have to take proactive steps to protect client data and information.

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SaaS Agreements

What is a SaaS Agreement? In its most simplistic form a SaaS Agreement is a contract between the SaaS vendor and customer granting certain rights to the customer to access the vendor's SaaS software remotely, through the cloud as a web based application.


Unlike a typical software license, SaaS software does not get installed on the customer's internal servers so any agreement between a SaaS vendor and customer should state that the software is revocable and non-exclusive.


From the vendor's perspective the SaaS Agreement should also limit its liability for all customer data and information that it uploads or uses when accessing the SaaS application.

SaaS End User License Agreements (EULA)

SaaS Lawyer Andrew S Bosin drafts and negotiates End User License Agreements (EULA) for application vendors, providers and developers, entrepreneurs, customers, end-users, enterprise companies and licensees.


andrew@saas-lawyer.com