Oftentimes software-as-a-service contracts are authorizing a license to use the vendor’s software. That’s a mistake as licenses are for on-premise software and software-as-a-service, is SaaS, is a service, as the name implies, and it doesn’t need a license. And if you’re the vendor, a license can hurt you. This white paper reviews where the confusion stems from regarding the role of software in SaaS.
Author of The Tech Contracts Handbook: Cloud Computing Agreements, Software Licenses, and Other IT Contracts for Lawyers and Businesspeople, the number one bestseller from the IP section of the American Bar Association
Instructor at U.C. Berkeley Law School
Attorney practicing IT contracts, privacy, and intellectual property law
Founder of Sycamore Legal, P.C., a boutique law firm in San Francisco
Founder of Tech Contracts Academy, a training company focused on IT contracts
LL.M. degree, Cambridge University, England; J.D. degree, Harvard Law School; B.A. degree, U.C. Berkeley
Can be contacted through www.SycamoreLegal.com or www.TechContracts.com
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