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What to Look for in a SaaS Attorney Offering SaaS Legal Services?

For Software as a Service (SaaS) legal services and advice call SaaS Attorney Andrew S. Bosin at 201-446-9643 for free consultation no matter where you are located in the US.

When selecting a SaaS law firm or SaaS contract lawyer, look for someone with experience in the industry who is familiar with the legal and regulatory frameworks that apply to SaaS law.

Fortunately, Andrew has been practicing SaaS law for more than ten years, has observed the emerging trends and in this time has also built two SaaS companies with partners. As such, Andrew can help you understand in plain English the terms, language and clauses that are necessary and should be written into any SaaS agreement.

Like every SaaS company starting out, the best way to protect the business and mitigate risk and liability is to have the right legal support. Therefore, SaaS lawyers should be available for a free initial consultation to explain to potential clients what services they offer and how to best protect their legal interests.

In this article, we will look into some must-have points in a SaaS attorney offering SaaS legal services.

What is a SaaS Attorney?

Unlike conventional software, software as a Service (SaaS) is a cloud-based method of using, delivering, and licensing web based programs online. You don't have to download and install SaaS on your individual computer. SaaS is typically accessed through your browser via buying an online subscription to a SaaS application or product. The SaaS vendor delivers all of its services via the web to customers.

To connect a sound bridge between a buyer and a seller of SaaS service, SaaS agreements are compiled to outline the unique terms and legal issues under which a particular SaaS product can be accessed. This is where you need a SaaS attorney that specializes in drafting and negotiating SaaS contracts.

Navigating the legal aspects of your SaaS business can be a complex and daunting task. However, one of the best approaches is to hire a SaaS lawyer to draft an agreement for your cloud-based business.

But what should you look for when choosing a SaaS attorney?

Flexible fee pricing options

Andrew offers affordable, low cost flat fee legal packages to fit the needs of any SaaS company legal budget. Andrew has found that when SaaS startups are charged a sum certain amount for legal fees that it makes it easier to budget for such expenses.


When you search for a "SaaS Attorney" online via Google typically what appears amongst individual lawyers like Andrew are these websites that say that they offer lawyers that specialize in SaaS but in reality when you read the fine print most of the attorneys they feature on their platform do not have a lot of experience in drafting and negotiating SaaS agreements.

The last thing you want to do when negotiating an enterprise SaaS agreement is to hire an attorney from a website that features attorneys in just about every speciality. This is because you truly don't know what experience these practitioners have related to SaaS contracts.

Andrew is very transparent. He has specialized for more than ten years in representing SaaS customers and vendors in drafting, reviewing and negotiating SaaS agreements.

And, Andrew is also a SaaS entrepreneur that has built two Delaware corporations from the ground up with partners as General Counsel.

Speak with Andrew for some innovative solutions for your SaaS agreements.


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