We focus on SaaS, Software, eCommerce, and Technology.

The Law Office of K.S. Kader, PLLC is an AI and tech-enabled law practice based in Washington, D.C.

We help companies of all kinds with their SaaS, Software, eCommerce, and Technology legal needs – including legal research, commercial transactions, contracts, product counsel, data privacy compliance, cybersecurity, policies, intellectual property, negotiations, guidance around Blockchain implementation, and government contracts.

Our clients range from startups to public companies listed on the New York Stock Exchange.

We are well-reviewed on lawyer listing services because of our unique understanding of SaaS, Software, and Technology companies. We can work on retainer, or on a per-project basis – all dependent on your needs.

Even if your business regularly works with a law firm or in-house counsel, we can complement their services and provide you with a personal, practical, and tailored approach.

Our clients include leading technology companies like Vimeo, Guidehouse, NexHealth, Brazen, RippleMatch, BLACKBIRD.AI, Annex Cloud, Lawline, Aptible, CaryRX, GlueUp, Delve Risk, and DoctusTech.

We offer flexible billing options, including Retainer Based, Project Based, and Legal Subscription Service.

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Practice Areas

Business Law – We help companies of all kinds with their SaaS, Software, eCommerce and Technology legal needs, including: Contracts, Commercial Transactions, Product Counsel, Data Privacy.  

Data Privacy Law – Guidance of relevant data privacy compliance regulations for your organization, such as HIPAA, GDPR, CCPA, CPRA, and upcoming regulations.

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    Law Office of K.S. Kader, PLLC is located at 1629 K St. NW, Suite 300, Washington, DC 20006.


    Managing Attorney Shahed Kader is licensed to practice law in the District of Columbia (Washington, D.C) and the State of Maryland.

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    Shahed took a different route to law. Before launching the practice, he worked in sales and growth for software companies for 10 years while attending law school at night – giving him an exceptional understanding of software business transactions and needs.

    Shahed received his undergraduate degree from Temple University, and his Juris Doctor from New York Law School‘s Evening Division. He has been featured in the ABA Journal for his efforts in modernizing the legal job market with alternative legal careers, and is a mentor for multiple startup incubator programs.

    Shahed’s clients range from early stage software startups to publicly listed software businesses requiring general counsel services in their day-to-day legal needs.

    Shahed is well-reviewed on lawyer listing services because of his unique understanding of software businesses.

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    Companies across all industries use the services of software as a service (SaaS) vendors to help simplify running the business. Almost every SaaS vendor you use hosts a treasure trove of your company data – and you want to make sure you’re contractually protected. Here is a high level overview of key provisions that you should review, re-review, and hammer down on with every SaaS agreement you sign.

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