SaaS Contracts: Is Your SaaS Contract Extending Your Sales Cycle?

Comments Off on SaaS Contracts: Is Your SaaS Contract Extending Your Sales Cycle? Written by on March 3, 2017 | Posted in Upcoming Speaking Engagements

The average sales contract being signed by a SaaS company has nothing to do with the technology being sold and fails to include all of the key contract terms that need to be in a SaaS contract.  Moreover, the average SaaS contract is more often than not actually a software license being passed off as […]

SOPA Blackout Protesters Succeed in Tabling SOPA and PIPA Bills; Focus Shifts to OPEN Act

Comments Off on SOPA Blackout Protesters Succeed in Tabling SOPA and PIPA Bills; Focus Shifts to OPEN Act Written by on February 23, 2012 | Posted in Copyright Legislation, IP Legislation

To follow up on my blog posting about the SOPA blackout, the SOPA blackout protesters achieved their desired result: SOPA and its companion bill PIPA were tabled after its co-sponsors withdrew their support of the bills, as the L.A. Times reported. The focus of Congress will now shift to consideration of the Online Protection and […]

Silicon Valley Prepares for SOPA Blackout Day Observation

Comments Off on Silicon Valley Prepares for SOPA Blackout Day Observation Written by on January 17, 2012 | Posted in IP Legislation

The Silicon Valley cyberspace community is currently preparing for tomorrow’s observation of SOPA Blackout Day. Organizers are requesting that participants make their websites go black for at least 12 hours tomorrow in observation of the blackout. As I reported on the Silicon Valley Software Law Blog, Mozilla, Reddit, Word Press, Boing Boing and the English […]

Amazon, Google, Wall Street Journal Move to Modify Applications on Apple App Store

Comments Off on Amazon, Google, Wall Street Journal Move to Modify Applications on Apple App Store Written by on July 25, 2011 | Posted in IP Licensing News

Moves by Amazon, Google, and the Wall Street Journal today to modify their applications on the Apple App Store suggest that Apple is taking steps to enforce its new royalty policies on companies selling on its App Store. In my recent posting to the Silicon Valley Software Law Blog, I report on this new move […]

The Prinz Law Office Launches the Silicon Valley Software Law Blog

Comments Off on The Prinz Law Office Launches the Silicon Valley Software Law Blog Written by on July 25, 2011 | Posted in Blog News

The Prinz Law Office is pleased to announce the launch of its newest content offering: the Silicon Valley Software Law Blog. Our latest blog will address legal issues of interest to members of Silicon Valley’s software industry. The purpose of the new blog is to enable the firm to focus on the narrow topic of […]

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