The Anatomy of an App Development Agreement

Early stage companies often employ the help of a a third-party application or web development firm to build the first versions of their products, eventually hand-off to an in-house team, or offer continuous maintenance service. Regardless of the arrangement, there should be a clear agreement in place between the hiring company and the app development firm outlining specifics.

High Level Overview of Independent Contractors vs. Employees

There are several important legal, benefit, tax, and human resources implications when it comes to Independent Contractors vs. Employees. The parties involved aren’t just your company – but also includes the Department of Labor, the Internal Revenue service, state, and local authorities. This post will give you a high level overview of the difference between the two, and what could happen if you misclassify one for the other.

The Anatomy of a SaaS Sales Agreement

If you’re selling a Software as a Service (SaaS) products, your customers should be signing an agreement with you. This is not just a formality to make you look legitimate. This agreement should outline what services you’re providing, what services you’re NOT providing, outlining warranties, limiting liabilities, and overall – protecting you AND your customers.

Anatomy of a SAFE Term Sheet

If you are considering raising venture funding, you’ve likely heard of SAFE (Simple Agreement for Future Equity) Agreements. SAFE’s are good for early stage startups raising seed capital from angel investors, friends, and family before receiving institutional venture capital financing. This post will give you a high level overview of the anatomy of a SAFE Term Sheet.

Data Privacy and Security of your Vendors

Data privacy and security is more important than ever, and it extends beyond just your company. It forwards to all of your vendors, services providers, third party apps, and anyone else that processes (or handles) your data – whether it is an advertising platform, email provider, marketing technology, or even your appointment booking system. Vendor Security Assessments help you make sure of this.