As a business lawyer in New Jersey representing and providing legal advice to small to medium size businesses I'm often asked by business clients and owners to assist them in buying, selling, and purchasing businesses which typically has me negotiating, reviewing or drafting an Asset Purchase … [Read more...]
SaaS agreements lawyer Andrew S. Bosin is located in New Jersey outside of New York City in Bergen County, New Jersey. Andrew represents SaaS vendors, providers, companies, application developers, customers, end-users and software licensing developers all across the United States, Europe and India.
Andrew drafts & negotiates SaaS contracts, SaaS Agreements, SaaS Subscription Agreements, Service Level Agreements, Re-Seller Agreements, End User Licensing Agreements (EULAs), technology licenses, technology license agreements, technology contracts, technology licensing agreements, technology transactions, mobile app development contracts, mobile app licensing agreements, agreements with developers, software licenses, and software licensing agreements.
Andrew specializes in helping startups, entrepreneurs, founders, cloud and apps companies and internet and e-commerce businesses and websites in the United States, New York, New Jersey, Philadelphia, Boston, Connecticut, Delaware, Atlanta, Orlando, Tampa, St. Petersburg, Miami, Ft. Lauderdale, West Palm Beach, Florida, Dallas, Houston, Austin, San Antonio, Texas, Phoenix, Denver, Colorado, Seattle, Portland, San Diego, Orange County, Los Angeles, San Francisco, Silicon Valley, Kansas City, St. Louis, Ohio, Alaska, Idaho, Memphis, Nashville, College Park, Maryland, College Station, Texas, State College, Pennsylvania, Pittsburgh, Washington, DC, Charlotte, EU, Europe, London, UK, England, Berlin, Hamburg, Munich, Germany, Amsterdam, France, Italy, Sweden, Denmark, Finland, Ukraine, Czech Republic, Hungary, Dublin, Ireland, Glascow, Edinborough, Scotland, Abu Dhabi, Dubai, UAE, Tel Aviv, Israel, India, Melbourne, Sydney, Australia, Singapore, Tokyo, Japan, Hong Kong, and Shanghai, China.
Andrew offers clients some of the lowest, most affordable, cost effective legal fees prices costs and packages in the United States for mobile apps, software licensing, SaaS, cloud, technology, internet and e-commerce companies and startups.
Andrew can be reached at 201-446-9643 or firstname.lastname@example.org - www.njbusiness-attorney.com
Andrew provides legal advice and counseling to e-commerce, internet, SaaS, technology, mobile app and website companies in the following areas:
- Website Hosting Agreements
- Website Privacy Policies
- Mobile Apps Website Terms and Conditions
- Mobile App Website Privacy Policies
- Internet Law Contracts and Agreements
- The Sale and Purchase of Website and Internet companies
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SaaS, Technology & Mobile Apps Licensing Attorney Andrew S. Bosin is located in New Jersey just outside of New York City and has a nationwide Law Firm serving clients in the United States, New Jersey, New York, Buffalo, Queens, Manhattan, New York City, Westchester County, Islip, Oyster Bay, Rochester, Utica, New Rochelle, Tonawanda, White Plains, Binghamton, Saratoga Springs, Rockland County, Brooklyn, Long Island, Albany, Syracuse, Suffolk County, Nassau County, Bronx, Staten Island, Allentown, Scranton, Lancaster, Harrisburg, State College, College Station, Boston, Hartford, Providence, Connecticut, Atlanta, Chicago, Washington D.C., Dallas, Florida, Ohio, California, Austin, Texas, Maryland, North Carolina, Massachusetts, Colorado, Utah, Oregon, San Antonio, Austin, San Diego, Los Angeles, Silicon Valley, San Francisco, Houston, Salt Lake City, Toledo, Akron, Dayton, Provo, Portland, San Jose, Miami, Tampa, St. Petersburg, Ft. Lauderdale, West Palm Beach, Broward County, Dade County, Newark, Delaware, College Park, MD, Cook County, Phoenix, Denver, Boulder, Ft. Collins, Nashville, Memphis, Kansas City, Raleigh, Charlotte, Indianapolis, Boise, Eugene, Manchester, Burlington, Philadelphia, Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania, Vermont, Rhode Island, Boca Raton, Arlington, Virginia, Alexandria, Virginia, Reston, McLean, Cambridge, Quincy, Riverside, San Bernadino, Minneapolis, St. Louis, Cleveland, Columbus, Baltimore, Sacramento, Cincinnati, Orlando, Las Vegas, Round Rock, San Marcos, Louisville, Richmond, Tempe, Southbend, Bloomington, Knoxville, Oxford, Tuscon, Long Beach, Ames, Ft. Collins, Lawrence, Blacksburg, Charlottesville, Champaign, Oklahoma City, Birmingham, Salt Lake City, Baltimore, Mobile, Alabama, Utah, Washington, Seattle, Oregon, Portland, Eugene, Sacramento, Pittsburgh, Wake County, King County, Redmond, Kirkland, Bellevue, San Mateo County, Contra Costa County, Cupertino, Los Gatos, Sunnyvale, Mecklenburg County, Jacksonville, Gainesville, Boynton Beach, Orange County, Palo Alto, Harris County, Waco, Columbia, Missouri, Tarrant County, Bucks County, Lehigh County, Bethlehem, Pennsylvania, Burlington, Portland, Maine, Manchester, Concord, Nashua, Cambridge, London, Paris, UK, England, Dublin, Scotland, Edinborough, Amsterdam, Germany, Munich, Berlin, Madrid, EU, European Union, Spain, Austria, Vienna, Geneva.
SaaS Agreements & End User License Agreement (EULA) Legal Tips and Advice. Software as a Service SaaS Lawyer Andrew S. Bosin represents SaaS and Software companies drafting and negotiating and providing legal advice on SaaS Agreements, SaaS Contracts, SaaS Licensing and End User Agreements and … [Read more...]
Most things in life are governed by a set of rules. Whether playing bridge or in a softball league, there are things you can and cannot do. So why would it be any different if you were involved in a business with other partners? Wouldn’t you want a set of defined rules, a playbook which from the … [Read more...]
Why it is crucial to retain an experienced employment attorney such as Andrew Bosin to assess and explain your legal rights to you? In NJ, an employee has no right to termination pay upon separation from their employer. Upon separation, an employee would be entitled to severance pay based on … [Read more...]
If you are presently bound by an employment agreement and speaking to a prospective new employer, you should stop and have an experienced employment attorney look at your agreement to make sure that your contact with the new company doesn’t violate any provisions in it. It is perfectly legal to go … [Read more...]