SaaS contracts attorney, lawyer Andrew S. Bosin, Esq. drafts existing SaaS contracts and new SaaS Customer Vendor Agreements. Call Andrew for a free consultation at 201-446-9643 | firstname.lastname@example.org. Nationwide Startup Law Firm Flat Fee SaaS Startup Legal Packages and Services.
Andrew Has Also Built and Scaled a SaaS Startup With Partners As The Company’s General Counsel
Andrew is an experienced SaaS lawyer and former SaaS entrepreneur company owner who offers free consultations and affordable flat rate SaaS legal fees packages. One of the top SaaS contracts attorneys Andrew is also a tech savvy entrepreneur who built, launched and scaled a SaaS startup company with his partners. See also https://www.njbusiness-attorney.com/technology-saas-attorney-in-new-jersey.
Because Andrew has also spent thousands of hours building and scaling a SaaS company with partners as its General Counsel he understands better than most attorneys how a successful SaaS company should function and operate from the inside and out.
Andrew also understands how to explain to clients in plain English that a SaaS Agreement is a Legal Contract between a SaaS Software Provider vendor and customer end user of a SaaS application, product or service. See also https://saas-attorney.com
Andrew started his Law Firm to serve Startup companies and SaaS small businesses, regular people all across the US no matter where located who need an attorney but don’t want to subsidize the typical law firm overhead. When you work with Andrew, you pay for his knowledge, experience and training not for some fancy office with a million dollar view.
You are also getting one of the most accessible and experienced Technology Attorneys across the US. Andrew’s clients know that they can text him day, night and on weekends and typically get a response from him within minutes. You have to ask yourself – do you get that level of personal service from your Technology SaaS Attorney?
Andrew thinks a little differently than most attorneys. He’s been in your shoes – as a former SaaS entrepreneur who built and scaled a Delaware C Corporation with partners he knows it can be frustrating to always be thinking about what is being done and how long it takes. See also https://saas-lawyer.com.
That’s why Andrew tries to work on a flat fee basis as often as he can. Andrew will keep you informed and talk to you a lot about what he is doing and why, and he will look to you to participate in that conversation. Andrew won’t tell you what to do; rather, Andrew will tell you the pros and cons and help you make informative, objective decisions.
A quality SaaS attorney should understand the difference between web based software and software installed on-premise, how a SaaS company works, how their client is maintaining, hosting and serving its application in the cloud and if it has implemented strict security measures and protocols.
DELAWARE C CORPORATION LEGAL PACKAGES: $2,950.00 FLAT FEE
- Delaware State Filing Included
- Corporate name availability check
- Obtain Employer Identification Number (EIN)
- Registered Agent set up and one year of Registered Agent service Included
- File Certificate of Incorporation with Delaware Department of State
- Draft Certificate of Incorporation
- Draft Founder Shareholder Agreements
- Draft Investor Agreements
- Draft Corporate Bylaws
- Draft Invention Assignment Agreements
- Pay with credit card or debit card or through bank account.
What Type of SaaS Legal Services Does Andrew Offer?
Andrew has substantial experience concentrating on IT/software and related business technology transactions ranging from traditional software licensing to enterprise-level cloud SaaS and managed services agreements to dealing with legal issues associated with information technology-related transactions and disruptive & cutting-edge solutions.
Andrew represents traditional enterprise software companies shifting and transitioning from products to a cloud first services business model. Andrew has taken notice that software companies are rapidly shifting to a cloud first business model to fulfill their customers’ needs for rapid deployment, and new features and functionality simply not possible with on-premise software solutions. See also https://saascontractslawyer.com.
Andrew drafts SaaS Agreements for both SaaS startup companies and mature enterprise SaaS vendors no matter where you are located nationwide across the US, all for affordable, fixed rate, flat fee SaaS legal packages. Andrew also helps clients draft and create good SaaS template agreements for resellers, vendors, startups and enterprise companies.
Some of the SaaS Agreements that Andrew drafts include Master Service Agreements (MSA), End User License Agreements (EULA), Subscription Agreements, Reseller Agreements and Service Level Agreements (SLA).
INTERNET E-COMMERCE WEBSITE AGREEMENT ATTORNEY
Given the state of the fast pace of technology advancements, Internet-based, e-commerce companies present unique legal challenges. You need a lawyer that can effectively draft electronic contracts, protect against universal jurisdiction, address privacy issues and defend and protect intellectual property (IP).
Andrew also counsels companies and startups of all sizes about why legally they need to have website terms and conditions. Amongst other legal reasons, startups should have a website terms and conditions implemented and put in place to reduce and minimize the liability associated with owning and operating a commercial business e-commerce website.
Terms and Conditions set forth and define the relationship with users, customers and visitors to your website and must be agreed to by them before visitors can use the website. A terms and conditions should be one of the first legal documents you get done when starting your business.
It helps minimize legal disputes and helps you comply with the law. Terms and conditions explain the nature of your site, what it’s intended use is, and what is prohibited. It confirms who the intellectual property belongs to and how to contact you.
Andrew Helps Clients Stay In Compliance With The GDPR
Another area Andrew concentrates in is offering advice to SaaS, Cloud Services & IoT providers and vendors doing business in Europe. Vendors signing contracts in Europe and gathering, storing, collecting, serving, processing, hosting, and transmitting personal data of EU residents have to be in compliance with the General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR).
Andrew drafts Data Processing Agreements (DPA) needed to sufficiently protect the personal data of EU citizens when data is transferred from the EU for processing in the U.S.
As a leading Website Agreements and Internet Lawyer, Andrew offers affordable legal advice and represents startups, tech startups, businesses and websites selling many different types of goods, services, merchandise and products both in the United States, Europe, India and worldwide.
Andrew frequently answers questions about how much it is going to cost or how much does he charge to draft, write and create website terms and conditions and privacy policies. What are some of the other questions Andrew answers when offering free initial legal consultations to prospective clients?
How can I find the best, top, leading, experienced, expert attorney lawyer to create, write, draft web site terms and conditions for my software, tech, SaaS, IoT and cloud startup company new business or venture?
SAAS STARTUP LEGAL SERVICES
Andrew also offers startups in their first year a complete legal start-up package which includes the formation of a new Delaware C Corporation or New Jersey LLC. The flat fee rate legal fees document package also includes the drafting and negotiating of all legal documents related to the initial capital raised by a company which is typically called “seed” capital.
The startup legal package offered by Andrew’s law firm prepares your company to obtain venture capital, seed, friends and family or angel financing.
A new startup company typically goes through several rounds of funding, and at each round a startup should take just enough money to reach the goal that might necessitate the need to start looking for additional funding. If your a startup reading this and are stumbling through your first raise, don’t worry, very few startups get it quite right. In fact, many startups are underfunded.
What makes Andrew different than most startup funding lawyers in the United States is that in addition to counseling startups through their initial funding needs, Andrew has guided his own SaaS startup he founded with partners through several funding rounds.
Andrew’s varied experience as both a startup funding attorney and entrepreneur makes him a tremendous insider for new companies seeking to raise capital. Andrew can identify those key factors or things that occur in the startup funding process to help you better understand not only what your true funding needs are but he can also determine the true value of your company from the perspective of the seed investor. See also https://www.linkedin.com/in/saaslawyersaasattorneyandrewsbosinesq
What Startups Should Understand Before Hiring a Lawyer
What should startups know, learn and understand when they are in the process of trying to find and hire a startup lawyer? Some say that finding the right startup attorney for your company or business could mean the difference between success and failure.
It is important that you find a startup lawyer that your company likes and feels comfortable speaking with about your company’s problems and legal issues. It is also important that you understand what lawyers or attorneys are going to be performing work on your startup’s behalf. See also https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCLBnuIR7oB82VIFmRhJpzHQ
Whether you’re a new startup or entity or small business venture from New Jersey, New York City, Chicago, Boston, Los Angeles, Dallas, Houston, Philadelphia, Florida, Atlanta, Phoenix, San Francisco or San Antonio, Andrew has all of your initial startup funding capital financing round legal needs covered. See also https://www.facebook.com/saasattorney/
What are some factors or criteria a startup should consider before retaining or hiring a startup lawyer?
- Who are you really hiring? – Are you paying full price for the partner only to find out that the lower level associate is doing all of your company’s work.
- Accessibility – Often times startups need to speak to their attorney at a moment’s notice, after working hours and on the weekends. Is your lawyer going to call you back quickly? Will you be able to speak to them at night or on weekends? Can you text them? How long does it take them to respond to call and emails. These are all very important questions that you should ask before hiring any good startup attorney.
- You should like your startup lawyer – No one lawyer is perfect or has the best personality but if you don’t like your startup lawyer the relationship won’t last very long.
- How are you paying your lawyer? – I would recommend that you enter into a flat rate fixed legal fee arrangement with your startup lawyer and ask them to put in writing how much each and every legal project, assignment or task will cost your company.
ISSUES TO CONSIDER WHEN FORMING A STARTUP COMPANY
Startups Should Purchase Commercial Liability and Errors and Omissions Insurance
Another area that Andrew discusses with SaaS clients is the need to purchase insurance. Most startups have no experience in purchasing commercial liability and errors and omissions insurance. You would be amazed by the sheer number of startups that believe incorporation gives their startup all of the protection it needs related to liability and getting sued. See also https://twitter.com/andrewbosin?lang=en
Incorporation will protect the assets of individual owners of a company if it gets sued as long as the don’t commit fraud or an intentional act. With that said if the startup gets sued and doesn’t have insurance it will likely go out of business because it will not have the funds to pay an Attorney, Law Firm, Legal Advice, Services to defend it in a lawsuit.
Nor will the startup have the funds to satisfy any award of damages or judgments. With a sufficient amount of insurance if the company gets sued it will likely not cause it to go out of business.
INTERNET OF THINGS (IOT) AGREEMENTS
For IoT vendors, the services agreements and contracts with your customers can perhaps be the most important document that you enter into.
In addition to language dealing with your revenues, perhaps a subscription model, your IoT services agreement should cover a number of areas. This includes rights and expectations between you and customers such as limiting the number of users, access to your software, data rights, limitations of liability, limiting warranties, protecting your IP, indemnification, breach of contract and termination of contract.
Andrew offers legal advice on wireless internet connected web based cloud devices & products to SaaS, Software, Cloud and Big Data Analytics application developers, startups, companies, vendors, providers, platforms, licensees and enterprise companies.