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Jeremy Noonan

06/28/2022, 8:33 PM
Anyone have a lawyer recommendation for negotiating a contract to sell a white label version of my SAAS to a customer ?
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John Turnham

06/28/2022, 8:34 PM
Hey Jeremy. Are you selling the software, or just licensing it to them?
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Jeremy Noonan

06/28/2022, 8:35 PM
Licensing
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John Turnham

06/28/2022, 8:38 PM
Ok. In that case, I think a template is probably a good place to start. You'll need a few. I'm not a lawyer by the way, just a technologist with my own SaaS company. We used TermsFeed.com to create the basic documents for our customers (privacy policy, terms & conditions, EULA, return policy, disclaimers, terms of service, terms of use). Once these are setup, we have a separate contract for the actual sale/license subscription that they're agreeing to.
Even if you choose a law firm to do this, it might be good to start with these samples/templates so you aren't starting from scratch. They can help fill in the gaps, once you've put all the SaaS details & billing model info into these templates for them to review. They can spot any remaining gaps more easily
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Jeremy Noonan

06/28/2022, 8:41 PM
Awesome, thanks for the advice
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John Turnham

06/28/2022, 8:41 PM
My pleasure, good luck!
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Mark Lano

06/29/2022, 2:16 AM
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Yuki

06/29/2022, 4:49 PM
If you want a vanilla template or standard terms, Termsfeed is a great place to start. If you are selling a crown jewel or expect to negotiate then you will benefit from having a lawyer. I am fractional general counsel to tech companies. If I don't have the bandwidth to personally negotiate these contracts, I usually send them to two licensing lawyers to help me and can recommend both of them. Lmk if you want the contacts.
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Jeremy Noonan

06/29/2022, 8:11 PM
@Yuki Would really appreciate the contact info!
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