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Zachary D. on ContractsCounsel
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July 26, 2023
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September 15, 2023

Sarah F.

Junior Partner
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Raleigh, NC
5 Yrs Experience
Licensed in WY NC
Campbell Law School

Sarah brings together her accounting and legal background to help solve client problems. Sarah couples her broad, general commercial legal background with our client’s international and business problems to arrive at elegant solutions that work for their business.

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November 5, 2023

Darren W.

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South Jordan, Utah
20 Yrs Experience
Licensed in WY AZ, CO, UT
J. Reuben Clark, BYU

My main focus is estate planning and business transactions, but I have had many practice areas throughout my career, including criminal defense and prosecution, civil litigation from neighborhood squabbles to corporate contentions. I have also worked in bankruptcy, family law, collections, employment law, and personal injury. I stand ready to assist in any area to which I feel I can be of service, but will not try to fake it if I do not know the area of law I am being asked to serve in.

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Zachary J. on ContractsCounsel
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May 27, 2022

Zachary J.

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Crown Point, IN
5 Yrs Experience
Licensed in IL
The University of Michigan Law School

I am a solo-practitioner with a practice mostly consisting of serving as a fractional general counsel to growth stage companies. With a practical business background, I aim to bring real-world, economically driven solutions to my client's legal problems and pride myself on efficient yet effective work.

Angela Y. on ContractsCounsel
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June 16, 2022

Angela Y.

Founder and Managing Partner
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New Jersey
9 Yrs Experience
Licensed in NJ, NY
Rutgers University School of Law

NJ and NY corporate contract lawyer and founder of a firm specializing in helping entrepreneurs. With a background in law firms, technology, and world class corporate departments, I've handled contracts and negotiations for everything from commercial leases and one-off sales agreements, to multi-million dollar asset sales. I love taking a customer-focused and business-minded approach to helping my clients achieve their goals. Other information: learning to surf, lover of travel, and one-time marathoner (NYC 2018)

Angelica M. on ContractsCounsel
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June 13, 2022

Angelica M.

Managing Attorney
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North Carolina
9 Yrs Experience
Licensed in NC
North Carolina Central University School of Law

Angelica McDonald, Esq. has singlehandedly established an in-demand law firm, won several accolades for her incredible work in her community and has her sights set on building a bi-coastal law practice that serves clients from her hometown to Hollywood. She is putting her city of Raeford, North Carolina on the map as the birthplace of the next legal superstar. And she is just at the onset of her career. An astute attorney, Angelica is sought after for her razor-sharp business acumen and her relentless litigation style. With a diverse background in entertainment, media and sports law, as well as business, she represents entrepreneurs and athletes on everything from complex contract negotiation to intellectual property matters, ensuring anything they’ve built is protected.

Michael T. on ContractsCounsel
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Michael T.

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Fairfax, Virginia
34 Yrs Experience
Licensed in DC, MD, VA
College of William and Mary

I have been in practice since 1990 and practice in D.C., Maryland, and Virginia. I am an experienced litigator and look forward to resolving your legal questions as efficiently as possible.

Richard G. on ContractsCounsel
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June 20, 2022

Richard G.

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Greensboro, NC
4 Yrs Experience
Licensed in NC
University of Elon School of Law

Hello! I am an Iowa native trying to bring some Midwest problem-solving to southern civil law. I thoroughly enjoy getting to know the individuals and businesses I assist. I practice estate planning and business formation and, with my litigation experience in mind, I help clients plan to ensure they and their interests are protected in the future.

Danielle G. on ContractsCounsel
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July 12, 2022

Danielle G.

Attorney and Founder at Danielle D. Giovannone Law Office
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Schenectady, NY
17 Yrs Experience
Licensed in NY
Fordham University School of Law

Danielle Giovannone is the principal of Danielle D. Giovannone Law Office. In her experience, Danielle has found that many business do not require in-house legal counsel, but still need outside counsel that knows their business just as well as in-house counsel. This need inspired Danielle to start her firm. Before starting her firm, Danielle served as Contracts Counsel at Siena College and as an attorney at the New York City Department of Education, Office of the General Counsel. At the NYCDOE, she served as lead counsel negotiating and drafting large-scale commercial agreements, including contracts with major technology firms on behalf of the school district. Prior to the NYCDOE, Danielle worked as an associate at a small corporate and securities law firm, where she gained hands-on experience right out of law school. Danielle has provided legal and policy advice on intellectual property and data privacy matters, as well as corporate law, formation and compliance, employer liability, insurance, regulatory matters, general municipal matters and non-profit issues. Danielle holds a J.D. from Fordham University School of Law and a B.S. from Cornell University. She is active in her Capital District community providing pro bono services to the Legal Project, and has served as Co-Chair to the Niskayuna Co-op Nursery School and Vice President of Services to the Craig Elementary School Parent Teacher Organization. Danielle is a member of the New York State Bar Association.

Michael R. on ContractsCounsel
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May 30, 2022

Michael R.

Free Consultation
12 Yrs Experience
Licensed in CA
Whittier Law School (Top 5%)

If you're looking for an attorney who can help your business succeed, look no further! With my experience in the legal field, I can provide you with the legal advice you need with entity formation, contract drafting, business operations, and more, And because I'm committed to providing high quality service, you can be sure that your needs will always be met. Contact me today to learn more about how I can help your business thrive!

Jason Q. on ContractsCounsel
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June 13, 2022

Jason Q.

Attorney / Owner
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Sarasota, Florida
16 Yrs Experience
Licensed in FL
Wake Forest University School of Law

I am a Florida estate planning and probate attorney helping clients achieve their goals through personalized legal strategies. Excellent communication, thorough preparation, and accurate execution are the keys to success.

Technology Legal Questions and Answers


Cloud Services Agreement


Asked on Feb 17, 2022

Is a SaaS agreement a license?

I have a SaaS business and am wondering if this can be used as a software license as well. We have a terms of service and privacy policy for our website, but we don't have a standalone SaaS agreement we use with customers. I think we need some sort of software license for enterprise customers, but I'm not sure. Is a SaaS agreement the same as a software license? Can a company like me just operate under Terms of Service?

Octavia P.

Answered Mar 4, 2022

This is a great question as many business SaaS providers are confused about SaaS agreements and if they are the same as a software license. There is indeed a difference between a SaaS agreement and a software license. The main difference is that a software license provides a customer the right to tangible products or services that are delivered in some format. In contrast a SaaS does not deliver products or services since the software and platform remain with the provider. As a result, a SaaS promises the customer access and use of the provider’s cloud services remotely via the internet or private network. When SaaS is being provided to enterprises or B2B clients, for their internal business purposes, providers will often use a master SaaS agreement that can be negotiated and signed. Please also see this informative Contracts Counsel resource on SaaS Agreements

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SaaS Agreement


Asked on Jun 22, 2023

SaaS agreement and SLA penalties?

I am the owner of a software development company that is looking to enter into a SaaS Agreement with a client. I want to ensure that both parties are held accountable for any potential service interruptions or other issues that may arise during our agreement, so I am looking for advice on the best type of SLA penalties to include in the agreement.

Thomas L.

Answered Jun 30, 2023

The issue is the financial consequences of outages. Third party outages, your outages, and the customer's outages, and who pays (if anything) for each of those.

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Software License


Asked on May 5, 2021

What is a breach of contract? I have signed an EMR software license.

I am a nurse practitioner and I have signed a contact with a company to use their software (EMR) for my Upcoming clinic. Even though the clinic still awaiting credentialing, i have been paying monthly fees. During recent implementation process, i had a conflict with the salesman and he informed me that i have signed a 5 year contract and i am subject to deal with collection agency. I have stoped the process and not trusting to work with this company. The company states that i have a obligation to pay for 5 years if i cancel the contact or to continue to work with them. What should i do?

Forest H.

Answered May 6, 2021

Your options in a long term services contract will depend heavily on the contract you signed. Rarely are there no options to end a contract early but it would require reviewing the contract and potentially negotiating with the company.

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Privacy Policy

New York

Asked on Apr 21, 2021

When do you recommend I draft a custom Privacy Policy for my site?

I downloaded a free privacy policy and we are starting to get more users on our site. I am not sure when I would need to draft something custom.

Ema T.

Answered Apr 21, 2021

The Privacy Policy should be located on your website from the moment your website is "up in the air" therefore it is recommended to contact a lawyer to draft it at least 2 weeks prior to the launching of the website. The privacy policy provides information to visitors of the website on the operators of the website collect, use, store and protect the personal data of the visitors. Personal data can be information provided by the users (personal and financial is most common) or information collected automatically such as IP. Each privacy policy should be tailored to the specific website or app. Any information provided as an answer to these questions does not constitute legal advice and does not create an attorney-client relationship between the attorney and anyone in relation to any information provided under the Q & A section of this website. it is being used because the exact content of the privacy policy is dependent upon the function of the site that it relates to, the information it gathered, and how it is being used. An important note about PP is that certain countries and states have specific rules regarding the use of their residence data and those should be addressed in your PP if you are planning to operate in these areas.

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Terms and Conditions

New York

Asked on Jun 7, 2024

Can a company modify their Terms and Conditions without notifying their users?

I recently signed up for an online service and agreed to their Terms and Conditions, which included a clause stating that they can modify the terms at any time without prior notice. However, I have now discovered that the company has made significant changes to the Terms and Conditions, and I was not notified about these changes. I am concerned about the legality of this situation and whether the company can modify the terms without any form of notification to its users.

Muhammad Yar L.

Answered Jul 5, 2024

While the general practice is to at least provide users the notice for any material change. However, Companies often include such clauses to allow them to modify any terms without notice. The legality of such language depends on many factors: (a) the interpretation of such language in the terms, (b) the nature of the changes, and (c) the applicable laws governing such terms. However, many courts and regulators expect companies to provide reasonable notice of significant changes, even if the terms state otherwise.

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