SaaS Agreements

SaaS Agreements Attorney drafting SaaS MSA, Subscription, Reseller and Software Licensing Agreements Andrew S. Bosin LLC represents clients across the US.

Please contact Andrew at (201) 446-9643 for a free consultation or email him at:

Andrew is one of the most experienced SaaS Attorneys in the US

One of the few SaaS Lawyers who has actually built and scaled a SaaS startup company with partners Andrew helps startups prosper.

The experience that Andrew gained in participating in his company's software development, legal, marketing, sales, and business processes was priceless.

Each week Andrew gets calls from SaaS entrepreneurs telling him about their experiences in trying to build their companies. Andrew understands exactly what they are going through.

What Are The Key Traits of a Successful SaaS Entrepreneur?

Andrew can tell instinctively because of his startup experience whether a prospective client has what it takes to go through the grind, execute flawlessly and make it as a SaaS entrepreneur.

To be successful as an entrepreneur you need a combination of drive, personality and the ability to raise sufficient capital for costs and expenses.

It's also about having the ability to focus at each stage of your startup and execute with precision and move on to the next level.

For example, Andrew routinely speaks with entrepreneurs who from day one want to push the button and go global with their product without first testing the waters in the US.

What Legal Advice Does Andrew Offer to SaaS Clients?

Clients also seek Andrew's advice related to the return or destruction of client data, confidential information, personal property, safeguards put in place by the SaaS Vendor and issues with HIPAA and HITECH.

Andrew also counsels vendors on  implementing administrative, physical and technical safeguards to protect Personal Information that are no less rigorous than accepted industry practices.

Clients also seek Andrew's advice regarding the manner in which Personal Information is used, stored, processed, collected, accessed, disposed of and disclosed.

And, the need to be aware and how to protect data and personally identifiable information (PII) from being compromised, stolen or hacked.