NEW JERSEY STARTUP LAWYER SERVING ENTREPRENEURS ACROSS THE US – LOW COST LAW FIRM BUILT FOR STARTUPS – CALL 201-446-9643
Andrew S. Bosin runs his leading nationwide Startup Law Firm representing SaaS companies and mobile app startups from New Jersey. He is also a 2x SaaS entrepreneur who is constantly praised by clients for the high quality of his legal advice and affordability of his flat fee legal packages.
Andrew can be reached for a free consultation at 201-446-9643 no matter where in the US you are located.
LOW COST STARTUP PACKAGES
Andrew is an Entrepreneur Serving Entrepreneurs
Because Andrew has also built two SaaS companies with his partners as General Counsel, he can genuinely relate to the complex challenges startups face – and as a result, Andrew can deliver practical advice. Not many startup lawyers like Andrew have built two SaaS startups from scratch. Andrew can truly relate to being in your shoes and walking your journey.
Andrew does more than simply help you with your legal needs, as a Startup Lawyer he has advised hundreds of SaaS, mobile app and tech startups on everything from business formation, legal strategies, to mitigating risk to drafting contracts to helping your startup grow.
Andrew knows what works, what sometimes doesn’t work, what to be on the lookout for, and just how important your journey as an entrepreneur truly is.
Andrew offers his clients the best strategies for not only protecting their ideas and mitigating risk but also to build and scale their companies. In managing a boutique Tech Law Firm, Andrew can provide the type of hands-on advice to technology startups, entrepreneurs and experienced investors to suit their individual legal needs. If there is agreement related to what you are doing, Andrew can draft and negotiate it.
Andrew limits his engagements so that he can deliver high quality, responsive client service. As such, Andrew is able to develop long-term relationships with his clients, who view him as an indispensable strategic advisor.
Andrew is here to listen, learn, and analyze your startup legal needs. He likes working with entrepreneurs that are disruptive, innovative and committed to big time growth.
Why Hire Andrew as Your Startup’s Lawyer
Besides thirty years’ of legal experience which includes the last ten creating two SaaS companies, Andrew provides a level of personal service unmatched by any other lawyer. As a client, you will be able to text Andrew and most times get on a call with him within 30 minutes of the text. Also, Andrew is often communicating with clients on nights and weekends.
Andrew also provides clients with what he likes to call the “Transparent Flat Fee.” This means the fee paid by you includes all of the time spent by Andrew, whether it’s calls, emails or drafting and revising the agreements he has drafted for you. Some firms play games with their flat fee and only offer let’s say three hours of time to review and revise the client agreements. Andrew doesn’t play these games.
As a startup founder, before you know it you will need to: Incorporate your startup; create contracts, Issue equity, determine vesting, protect your intellectual property (IP), and draft and negotiate investment agreements. Because these things happen quickly you need a Startup Lawyer like Andrew who can guide you through this process and explain all of the agreements in plain English.
The SaaS startup contract package also does not include the drafting of a Data Processing Addendum.
Our Delaware Startup Package for business formation incorporation for $950.00 for one shareholder/founder includes: Drafting Bylaws, Drafting Restricted Shareholder Stock Purchase Agreement Template, Drafting Invention and Non-Disclosure Agreement, Drafting IRS 83(b)(6), Drafting Board Consents and Drafting Indemnification Agreement.
The fee for each additional founder or shareholder that needs agreements as part of the Startup Package is $250.00.
THE PACKAGE FEE DOES NOT INCLUDE ANY OF THE COSTS OR FEES CHARGED BY DELAWARE FOR INCORPORATION, APPLYING TO THE IRS FOR A TAX EIN NUMBER OR FOR REGISTERED AGENT SERVICES.
YOU ARE REQUIRED TO PAY ALL COSTS AND FEES TO INCORPORATE IN DELAWARE, APPLY FOR A TAX ID EIN NUMBER AND ALSO FOR REGISTERED AGENT SERVICES.
HOW DOES OUR LAW FIRM DISTINGUISH ITSELF FROM OTHER FIRMS HELPING STARTUPS INCORPORATE IN DELAWARE?
When speaking with potential clients who want to incorporate in Delaware, Andrew asks them to view all other sites advertising for Delaware incorporation services to see exactly what their startup packages include. Our law firm Startup Package includes all of the time spent to draft and revise the agreements, which includes all calls and emails between Andrew and clients. And, we also provide advice as to the amount of shares that should be authorized by Delaware and the vesting schedule in the Restricted Shareholder Agreements.
Our law firm Tech Startup Legal Package for Entrepreneurs includes all time spent by Andrew drafting agreements and all calls and emails related to questions about and revising the agreements.
As a SaaS Contract Attorney, Andrew offers flat fee SaaS contract legal packages and drafts SaaS Agreement Templates for SaaS startup companies, vendors and entrepreneurs all over the US located in New York City, Phoenix, Silicon Valley, Boston, Atlanta, Tampa, Long Island, Nashville, San Antonio, Indianapolis, Hartford, Charlotte, Denver, Washington DC, Las Vegas, Miami, Houston, Memphis, Louisville, Cincinnati, Tallahassee, St. Petersburg, Omaha, Oklahoma City, Boulder, Tulsa, Pittsburgh, Richmond, Charleston, Salt Lake City, San Jose, CA, Austin, Orlando, Connecticut, San Diego and Chicago.
MOBILE APP STARTUP LEGAL PACKAGES
What Andrew tries to convey to his clients is that every deal related to technology is different, and that in offering low cost technology legal services a good technology attorney will conduct a comprehensive analysis of both parties, the agreement objectives, and whether any language proposed could lead to any possible future disputes between the parties.
Quick and thoughtless drafting of language related to intellectual property rights can have a detrimental effect on a party in the event of a dispute.
Whether you are a SaaS or software vendor or a prospective customer, New Jersey Technology Lawyer Andrew S. Bosin can create custom language for you, which will help you reach your goals.
Call Andrew at 201-446-9643 for a free consultation no matter where you are located in the US.
Experience matters in finding the right Startup Lawyer. Because of his own entrepreneurial experiences in building two SaaS startup companies as General Counsel Andrew can relate to what you are going through in creating a SaaS or software product, issuing founders’ stock, raising capital from friends and family and participating in the marketing and sales processes.
What separates Andrew from other Tech Startup Attorneys? Experienced and timely legal advice and unmatched personal service as Andrew is accessible to all clients via cell and text throughout the workday, nights and weekends. Also, Andrew doesn’t play tricks like some other law firms which promise no additional fees as part of their startup package only to find out that you are limited to a certain amount of time to ask questions about the work that was done for you.
WHAT YOU SHOULD EXPECT WHEN JOINING A STARTUP
Even if you have the best idea and you believe you have enough funding it is still going to take much longer than you think to build and scale your startup. You’re also going to need a lot more money than you think to not only build and scale your company, develop a robust application or product but also implement and run monthly sales and marketing campaigns. You are also likely going to struggle at first through the sales and marketing processes as selling and marketing web based software to the Enterprise is difficult at best.
What Andrew learned as a 2x SaaS entrepreneur is that the term “start grind” really does exist and that you need to find a way to deal with the ups and downs, the successes and the failures and the flat-out grind of working in a startup. A startup is not a sprint, but rather, it’s a marathon and you need to be able to balance your work life with your family life and realize that your startup might not make it.
As a startup founder you need to learn to have patience. Entrepreneurs who have never been in a startup don’t really know what to expect in terms of just how much time you need to put in just to have a chance at being successful. Typically, in the beginning things move slowly. You are looking for money, developers and ultimately clients and all of these things take a lot of time.
One thing is absolutely certain about a startup which is that if you don’t have a sufficient amount of funding and sales won’t be kicking in for while you better figure out how to raise capital. 90% of startups fail for a reason. The biggest reason is probably lack of money or the ability because of lack of experience to fundamentally understand just how much money your startup will actually need to survive.
You have to look at being in a startup like creating a recipe that has never been done before. You can sit around in a room with your partners and write on boards and come up with great ideas but until you start writing code and actually create or build something you will never know what you have. That’s why it’s important to define roles early on and only go into business with other people if they are going to add immediate value to your company. You can never be certain of success but if each person in the startup stays in their lane and performs their job functions for sure the company will run more smoothly than everyone trying to do everyone else’s job. Defining roles also helps in terms of creating a business plan and raising money. A serious investor is going to want to see a well written business plan with each founder having a defined role in the company.
You Have To Put Your Ego Aside When You Join a Startup
Nothing destroys a startup faster than burning through capital. A close second is ego. When you put more than two individuals in a company that needs to scale to become successful and everyone has their own opinion about how to do everything then eventually egos are going to get in the way. Ego can destroy a startup and cause founders to leave the company. It is really important before joining a startup that you meet one on one with each founder to assess if there are any ego issues that you believe are insurmountable.
Building a Startup Is Not a One Person Job
Anyone who thinks that they know how to build a startup has never attempted to do software development, sales, and closing deals by themselves. It takes really talented individuals to have a chance all together to build a successful startup. Finding co-founders should not be done quickly. You want to make sure you have the right fit with your partners. You need to take your time choosing your co-founders to make sure you get along with them and that you share the same vision about how you see the company executing on its business plan. You don’t want to be in a position down the road where you want to take the company in one direction and your co-founders see it differently.
You Need To Make Sure That All of The Intellectual Property Has Been Assigned By Founders and Creators To The Startup
Not a month goes by where Andrew doesn’t speak to a startup founder who explains that they have not incorporated let alone assigned any of the intellectual property created collectively by all co-founders to the startup. This is a recipe for disaster. If you are contemplating joining a startup that has not taken the appropriate business and legal steps necessary to protect its intellectual property you need to assess the situation with legal counseling of your choosing to determine if in fact that startup’s intellectual property has been compromised.
You don’t want to spend time and money and join a startup if its IP has not been locked down with the company owning it. It would be disastrous for the company if a founder who created all of the IP up and left the company and didn’t assign his or her rights to the IP to the company. This would likely cause the end of the startup and create a situation with some very angry investors. It is more than likely that no serious investor would take the risk of putting their capital into a startup unless all of the founders or creators assigned all of their rights to the intellectual property to the startup.
Before you join a startup you need to find out if the company is using IP created by an individual outside the company or another company? Does the startup have written consent or a license from the owner of the technology to use it? If not, the startup runs the risk of being sued and you don’t want to be an owner of a startup getting sued for infringing upon the IP rights of another company.
Issuing Stock To Co-Founders
Before joining a startup you should learn how much stock has been issued in total and to whom. Tell the co-founders you want to see a cap table. Individuals who are contributing the most or are sacrificing the most in the early stages of a startup should receive more equity than others who are not putting in as much time or contributing capital. If a co-founder leaves his day job and has no salary why shouldn’t he or she get more stock than co-founders who remain in their day jobs and collect a steady paycheck. Shouldn’t the founder who created the startup’s application get more stock than the salesperson who might not even be needed during the first year?
Investors care about how much stock has been issued, to whom, how much stock remains and do any other investors have preferential rights to purchase more stock.
SaaS Contracts & Licensing Agreements
Andrew S. Bosin is a Technology Attorney and SaaS Lawyer located in New Jersey drafting SaaS startup business contracts and website terms and conditions and privacy policies, app development agreements and Delaware founder agreements. Andrew offers low cost Delaware incorporation legal packages and … Read more..
SaaS Law Firm
SaaS Attorney Andrew S. Bosin owns a SaaS Law Firm and drafts SaaS startup business contracts, SaaS template agreements, SaaS sales contracts, SaaS MSA and subscription agreements and reseller agreements for SaaS startup companies, vendors and entrepreneurs across the US who can be reached for a free consultation at 201-446-9643.
Andrew represents SaaS startup companies and vendors all over the US located in Boston, NYC, Connecticut, Washington DC, Charlotte, Raleigh, Nashville, Memphis, Atlanta, Miami, Jacksonville, Orlando, Tampa, Chicago, Indianapolis, Austin, Houston, San Antonio, Boulder, Denver, Phoenix, San Diego, Los Angeles, Silicon Valley and San Jose, CA.
Andrew helps New Jersey SaaS, software, mobile app, cloud, NFT and tech startup companies and founders located in Bergen County, Passaic County, Essex County, Morris County, Hunterdon County, Somerset County, Hudson County, Union County, Middlesex County, Monmouth County, Ocean County, Burlington County and Mercer County.
Andrew can be reached for a free consultation at 201-446-9643.
Andrew understands startups. This is because Andrew has helped over 300 mobile app, cloud, software, technology and SaaS companies with their legal agreements and he has also built two SaaS companies from the ground up with partners.
As an experienced Software Lawyer what distinguishes Andrew from most of the big law firms is the manner in which he bills and charges clients for performing legal work.
Instead of requiring clients to pay a large upfront retainer fee and billing hourly legal fees like the big firms do, Andrew charges clients an upfront, low cost, transparent, one time fixed fee.
Andrew offers legal services, assistance and advice and specializes in representing startups, entrepreneurs, founders, seed, early stage growth, bootstrapped, pre-revenue, pre-incorporation companies and small to medium size businesses.
Andrew is also skilled and experienced in negotiating startup legal documents and business contracts and agreements including bylaws, founders restricted stock agreements, IP Licensing Agreements and Invention Assignment Agreements.
Andrew also helps clients with NDA’s, employment agreements and contracts, executive compensation agreements, software licensing and technology agreements, mobile app and software development licensing agreements and SaaS subscription agreements.
Andrew’s fixed rate startup incorporation package includes everything but government and third party filing fees. It’s hard to find a startup lawyer to draft great legal documents for a set fixed price.
Andrew offers start-ups located and doing business in any state in the United States in their first year a start-up legal package for the formation of a new Delaware Corporation structured for an investment by angels, seed round financing or VC’s.
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