The Software Attorney

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

We focus on helping early and mid-Stage U.S. based software and information technology (IT) Businesses with General Counsel services – including contracts, data privacy compliance, cybersecurity, policies, intellectual property, negotiations, guidance around Blockchain implementation, and government contracts.

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

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Practice Areas

Software Business Law – Outside General Counsel for Software and Information Technology (IT) Businesses, including: Contract Drafting & Review, Negotiations, Terms of Service, Internal and External Policies, Data Privacy, Government Contracts, Trademarks, Blockchain Guidance and Implementation, and more. 

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

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

    Managing Attorney Shahed Kader, Esq.
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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 needing assistance with incorporation, to mid-stage software businesses requiring general counsel services in their day-to-day legal needs, to late and exit-stage companies for one-off projects.

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

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    Acquisitions happen often in the business world – whether it’s one company acquiring the entirety of another, or acquiring specific products, services, or offerings of another. The core agreement behind these transactions is called an Asset Purchase Agreement. This post will give you a high level overview of what goes into an Asset Purchase Agreement, and some of the key considerations to make when drafting, negotiating, and executing one.

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    Platform-as-a-Service (PaaS) solutions offer a cloud-hosted platform for software developers to develop, deploy, and manage applications – so that they don’t have to worry about setting up, managing, maintaining, and monitoring cloud instances. Popular PaaS solutions include products from Amazon Web Services, Microsoft Azure, Aptible, and Heroku. A standard PaaS Agreement Package generally consists of three parts: Cloud Services Agreement, Service Level Agreement, and an Acceptable Use Policy. This post will give you a high level overview of what goes into a PaaS Agreement Package.

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