Software as a Service

If you’re operating in the Software-as-a-Service business you need a legal team with expertise in working with SaaS companies, as well as one that understands the organisational and commercial challenges you face every day and throughout your growth journey.

 

At Clayden Law we specialise in supporting SaaS businesses as they start-up, scale and secure investment. This work ranges from drafting, reviewing and updating terms and conditions; the day-to-day negotiation of contracts; and advising on data protection compliance, through to drafting and negotiating investment rounds; reviewing and drafting shareholder agreements; keeping on top of statutory books, minutes, cap tables, shareholder registers and employee shares; as well as advising on share options; and advising on business/share sales or acquisitions.

Our specialist technology lawyers are drawn from the leading private practice firms, as well as senior in-house counsel roles across the sector. We work as an integrated part of your team. Our fixed-fee retainer packages bring real peace of mind, coupled with market-leading expertise. Not only can you call on us at any time, as business owners (and members of the management team) you’re freed up to focus on building your business and preparing for a clean exit or the next funding round.

 

 

Software as a Service

Free guide: International Transfers - where are we now?

The data protection landscape has greatly changed over recent years, and in the last few months the rules surrounding international data transfers have been no exception. Following the departure of the UK from the EU, the issue of international data...

Dutch DPA fines company for failure to designate an EU representative

We recently wrote about the role of the representative within the context of EU GDPR legislation, now the UK is no longer part of the EU . To recap... As things stand the EU GDPR has been incorporated into UK data protection law. This means that...

Who owns the copyright when your employees create the software?

Q: If the software is created by an employee, outside of normal working hours, are they entitled to the copyright in that software? A: This might be true in some cases but in the majority of cases, unless this has been explicitly agreed, it will belong...

CIPL Recommendations for International Transfers Post-Schrems II

Back in July we wrote about the EU Court of Justice’s decision that one of the main methods for compliantly transferring personal data outside of the EEA to the US, commonly known as the “Privacy Shield” was no longer valid (due to the...

Clarification: The concepts of controller and processor in GDPR

While it can feel that the GDPR is now sufficiently embedded in the way we all work, those working with data will know that the terms within it continue to sometimes less than clear cut. On 7th September 2020 the European Data Protection Board published some...

Schrems II: Privacy Shield invalidated - time to look at Data Export Mechanisms again

Last Thursday, the EU’s Court of Justice, declared that one of the main methods for compliantly transferring personal data outside of the EEA to the US, commonly known as the “Privacy Shield” was no longer valid (due to the lack of...

Covid-19 Data Protection update

Here is a round-up of recent activity from data protection bodies, governments and other organisations in the EU and UK in relation to data protection issues in the COVID-19 pandemic. ICO statement on its regulatory approach during the pandemic The ICO...

Data protection and working from home

If, like us, staff in your business are working from home for the foreseeable future, your business is probably too busy dealing with immediate financial and resourcing concerns to be thinking much about data protection compliance right now. Unfortunately,...

What happens to data protection in a global health pandemic?

Data protection compliance is probably the last thing on most people’s minds right now as businesses struggle to adapt to the financial and resourcing challenges brought by Covid-19.  At the same time, most of us are probably processing more...

NEED TO KNOW: What should I find in terms and conditions?

When you start up, the sheer volume of paperwork you have to deal with can seem daunting. If you’re trying to navigate the contracts that people send you, here’s some basic information about the things that you might find... If the contract...
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