About SaaS Law Firm Andrew S. Bosin LLC
Top SaaS Law Firm Andrew S. Bosin LLC represents SaaS businesses, vendors, startups, developers, customers, resellers, end-users and enterprise companies across the US.
Andrew also drafts and negotiates SaaS master service agreements (MSA), subscription agreements, end-user license agreements (EULA), reseller agreements and SOW, SLA, Sales, Enterprise and Services agreements and IP Licensing and Assignment Agreements.
Andrew also performs legal work and consulting related to IoT monetization, Platform as a Service (PaaS), Infrastructure as a Service (IaaS), Data as a Service (DaaS), big data, cloud platforms and APIs.
Andrew also provides legal advice on implementing legal agreements to limit liability for cyber security and data breaches. Does your company need to be aware of any SaaS cloud contract negotiations essentials, best practices or checklists?
Andrew represents companies located or doing business in Nashville, Houston, San Francisco, Tampa, Minneapolis, Silicon Valley, Connecticut, Philadelphia, San Diego, Los Angeles, Boston and NYC.
Andrew also represents companies in Cleveland, Columbus, Indianapolis, Chicago, Las Vegas, Oklahoma City, Florida, Ohio, California, Jacksonville, Orlando, Kansas City, Texas, New York, Hartford, Washington DC, Charlotte and Raleigh, Atlanta, San Jose, Baltimore, Miami, Austin, Phoenix, and Dallas.
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One of the best things that Andrew offers to SaaS, Cloud, Internet, Technology and software startup companies is the financial certainty that the legal work that Andrew performs on their behalf will be completed for an affordable, flat rate, fixed legal fee.
Because he has also built and launched a SaaS startup company Andrew knows just how important it is for startups to have a firm understanding of their finances. And, just as equally important is how much their legal work is actually going to cost them. The problem with startups seeking legal advice from big law firms is that most big firms are not suited from a client billing perspective to take on matters on a flat fee basis. With a flat fee, the startup Law Firm is taking a risk with its time in promising the client that it will be able to complete the project for the fixed legal fee price quoted. Sometimes, an attorney spends more time than he or she calculated they would need to do to finish a legal project for a startup client, but that's how it goes with a flat fee.
The business startup legal package offered by Andrew's law firm bridges the gap between big law firms and DIY services that do not provide any actual legal advice.