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SaaS Lawyer Andrew S. Bosin LLC is also a successful SaaS entrepreneur who has also built and scaled a SaaS business with partners as its General Counsel.

Andrew understands from his own SaaS startup company entrepreneurial experiences how to launch and grow a web based business from idea to product to marketing to closing deals with enterprise customers.


Andrew offers affordable, flat fee SaaS contracts legal packages and can draft and negotiate SaaS contracts and MSA, Subscription, Reseller, EULA, Enterprise, Vendor, Customer, SLA and Sales Agreements.


Andrew represents SaaS companies located or doing business in Boston, Connecticut, New York City, Washington DC, Atlanta, Miami, Orlando, Tampa, Nashville, Indianapolis, Columbus, Ohio, Chicago, Austin, Dallas, Houston, Denver, Salt Lake City, Phoenix, San Diego, Los Angeles, San Jose, CA, Silicon Valley and Las Vegas.

Legal cases (and even just the language) can be complicated and intimidating. I will guide you through every step of your project, keeping you right up to date, making sure you understand exactly what is going on, and advising you on every decision that needs to be made.


SaaS Attorney Andrew S. Bosin LLC keeps you involved and at the very center of my attention. I am here to serve you and am proud to have helped well over 100 SaaS, Software, Cloud, Technology and Big Data Startups and Vendors. Call today and schedule a free consultation.

SaaS Attorney Andrew S. Bosin LLC will provide you with an initial consultation to see if and how I can serve your interests.

A SaaS lawyer, also known as a Software-as-a-Service lawyer, specializes in legal matters related to the Software-as-a-Service industry.


SaaS refers to a software delivery model where applications are hosted on a central server and made available to customers over the internet.


A SaaS attorney has a deep understanding of the legal and regulatory challenges specific to SaaS businesses and provide guidance to both SaaS providers and customers.

Here are some main areas of focus for a SaaS lawyer:

  1. Contract Drafting and Review: SaaS lawyers help prepare and review contracts between SaaS providers and their customers. These contracts include terms and conditions, service level agreements (SLAs), data protection clauses, intellectual property rights, liability limitations, and termination provisions. They ensure that the contracts protect the interests of their clients while complying with relevant laws and regulations.

  2. Compliance and Regulatory Issues: SaaS lawyers stay up to date with the evolving legal landscape and advise SaaS companies on compliance with industry-specific regulations, such as data protection and privacy laws (e.g., GDPR, CCPA), cybersecurity requirements, and industry-specific standards. They help develop compliance programs, conduct audits, and ensure that SaaS providers are meeting their legal obligations.

  3. Intellectual Property (IP) Protection: SaaS businesses often rely on intellectual property, such as software code, algorithms, trademarks, and copyrights. SaaS lawyers assist in protecting and enforcing these IP rights, including filing trademark registrations, drafting licensing agreements, and advising on copyright infringement issues.

  4. Data Privacy and Security: SaaS lawyers guide their clients on best practices for data privacy and security. They help draft privacy policies, data processing agreements, and ensure compliance with applicable data protection laws. They also assist in handling data breaches and developing incident response plans.

  5. Mergers and Acquisitions: In the event of mergers, acquisitions, or investments involving SaaS companies, SaaS lawyers play a crucial role in conducting due diligence, drafting and negotiating transaction agreements, and addressing any legal issues that may arise during the process.

  6. Licensing and Distribution: SaaS lawyers help negotiate and draft software licensing and distribution agreements. They ensure that these agreements establish the rights and obligations of the parties involved and provide adequate protection for the SaaS provider's software.

Please call Andrew for a free consultation at 201-446-9643.

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