#Reviewing #Software #License #Agreements can be performed by software license agreement attorney Andrew S. Bosin who specializes in negotiating and drafting software licensing agreements, SaaS contracts and end user license agreements (EULA).
As a customer, if you are thinking about entering into a software contract or agreement with a software vendor, provider or developer, here are some legal issues to consider more closely.
You need to make sure that the definition of the software license is accurate? Can a non-lawyer understand what the license means and what its intended purpose is for? Does the license give you a right to use the software the way that you want to use it?
You should also take a hard look at the scope of use for the product. Does the license agreement state what you can use the software for? If you want to use the software for a specific purpose you need to make sure the scope of use allows for such purposes.
It is not usual for software to have bugs and defects which need to be fixed. Software also needs periodic updating. You need to make sure the agreement says that the vendor will be taking care of such things on a regular basis.
What is the scope of the service, support and maintenance obligations in the Agreement? Who is going to implement and maintain the service? Does the agreement state that either you or the vendor will be maintaining the software? Does the agreement give you the right to hire a third party vendor to maintain the software?
These are just some of the key legal issues that need to be looked at more closely when reviewing software license agreements. You should consult an attorney before signing a software license agreement.
Call software license agreement attorney Andrew S. Bosin for a free software legal consultation at 201-446-9643.
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