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Customer Protection in a SAAS Agreement

Nowadays, the adoption of Software as a Service (SaaS) solutions that run in the cloud, as opposed to traditional software tools that are hosted on and run on the customer’s environment, relentlessly continues to gather prominence. And like all other service relationships, SaaS relationships are governed by agreements that specify…

Vendor Protection in a SAAS Agreement

Today, the delivery of everyday tools used by individuals and corporates alike has moved significantly away from being offline-based to online-focused. From cloud-based sales tools that help track contracts and contacts, to marketing software tools that measure website traffic, to finance solutions that track revenue, and HR tools that manage…

Why You Should Hire a Lawyer to Draft Your SAAS Agreement

It’s the end of the decade and the heavy reliability on cloud-based products and services continues to gather strength day-in-day-out. SAAS, short for Software as a Service- continues to gain more ground because of the ease it affords end-users as it removes the need for users to directly install and…

Data Subject Access Requests (DSARs) Under the CCPA California

If you’ve been following our CCPA California blog posts,  you should know that this new data privacy law grants data subjects, i.e. Californian residents, some new types of consumer privacy rights. It includes the right of consumers to know the kind of personal information that businesses have about them, request…

CCPA Regulatory Compliance Best Practices

As you already know, the CCPA is the newest, biggest legal framework when it comes to privacy laws in the Californian State of the United States. Businesses that have one, two or many things to do with privacy, are scrambling fast and furiously to avoid being hit by the very…

Litigation Risks Under CCPA California

Victims of data privacy infringement in California are in luck as the CCPA California makes elaborate provisions to provide succor. This means California businesses have litigation risks under the CCPA.