Technology Agreements

Our law firm has assisted a wide range of IT, biotechnology, fintech, and digital media parties review, negotiate, and prepare the terms of their important business relationships with partners, vendors, suppliers, and contractors, not to mention their founders and other key employees.  Whether you’re a new e-commerce site, freelance software developer, medical device startup, or established digital marketing firm, we’ve probably worked with someone like you.

Phoenix Technology and Licensing Attorney

Ben Bhandhusavee began his legal career in civil litigation and understands the value of reducing (if not eliminating) the potential for costly confusion and misunderstandings between parties, while also adjusting risks in his clients’ transactions.  Rather than churning fees unnecessarily trying to create the perfect document for every transaction, our law firm stresses business practicality in the drafting process, protecting your economic and legal interests in the things that matter, while focusing on the client’s ultimate goal of reaching a fair deal.

Although every contract is unique and one size definitely does not fit all when it comes to technology agreements, we have successfully worked with IT managed services providers, software consultants, e-commerce businesses, mobile device app developers, digital marketing and media firms, precision manufacturers and engineering firms on a broad range of technology and e-commerce agreements.

For our vendor clients, we offer guidance in structuring and documenting distribution of their products and services to customers using traditional licensing models, as well as Software-as-a-Service (SaaS), Platform-as-a-Service (PaaS), and related “as-a-Service” cloud computing models.  Our firm’s technology transactions practice has experience with distributor and reseller arrangements, as well as transactions involving acquisitions or divestitures of IT assets and licensing arrangements.

We also represent managed service providers and other IT vendors evaluate and, if necessary, prepare or update their existing client and technology documentation, including assessment of their strategic business models, technology development, technology collaboration, and other commercial transactions.

In addition, our law firm counsels clients in proposed transactions designed to develop, protect, commercialize, and temporarily or permanently transfer vital technology and other IP assets.

Technology, E-Commerce, and IP Agreements:

  • Software/Mobile Application/Game Development and Licensing Agreements
  • SaaS, PaaS, IaaS and related cloud-computing agreements
  • Reseller and Distribution Agreements
  • IT Managed Services, Support, and Maintenance Agreements
  • Back-up/Data Recovery Agreements
  • End User License Agreements
  • Open Source License Agreements
  • Click-Wrap/Browser-Wrap/Web Wrap Agreements
  • Website Terms of Service/Terms of Use/Terms and Conditions
  • Internet Privacy and CookiePolicies
  • GDPR Policies
  • Confidentiality and Non-Disclosure Agreements
  • Information and Invention Assignment Agreements
  • Social Media and Referral Marketing Agreements

BHANDLAW, PLLC is a business, technology, and e-commerce law firm that counsels early-stage and established companies in structuring corporate and B2B transactions, as well as intellectual property, digital media and entertainment matters. For questions or more information about representation in a current or anticipated technology transaction, feel free to contact us at (602) 222-5542 or by e-mail at info@bhandlaw.com