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SaaS Agreement Checklist: Data Provisions

By Drew Stevens

Regardless of whether you’re the service provider or the customer, one of the key issues to be aware of with software as a service (SaaS) is data. Multiple facets of data, from ownership and licenses, to data backup and access, to loss of data should be considered by both parties. SaaS Attorney Ohio Clarity in […]

SaaS Agreement Checklist: Term, Termination, Limitation of Liability, Damages, Insurance

By Drew Stevens

If you’re not a software licensing attorney, choosing what to include in a software as a service (SaaS) agreement can certainly make your head spin. Here, we’ll cover a number of key areas in drafting a SaaS agreement, including SaaS contract checklist, termination for convenience SaaS, SaaS limitation of liability, damages, and SaaS insurance provisions. […]

A Guide of Legal Considerations for eCommerce Companies – Part IV

By Drew Stevens

In our final installment of our four-part eCommerce legal guide, we’ll cover some of the legal aspects associated with major logistical components. Some of the agreements and contracts covered in this Part IV can be confusing even for seasoned eCommerce business owners, so if you feel that you have questions, don’t hesitate to reach out […]

A Guide of Legal Considerations for eCommerce Companies – Part III

By Drew Stevens

Unless you have a fully-automated business or your office is staffed by robots (hopefully T-800s), you may eventually find that you need help with your eCommerce business. In Part III of our eCommerce legal guide, we’ll dive into the particulars of hiring employees and contracting with independent contractors. We’ll also cover some of the more […]

A Guide of Legal Considerations for eCommerce Companies – Part II

By Drew Stevens

You don’t have to be a Columbus, Ohio eCommerce attorney to know that there are a number of ways in which you can both protect your eCommerce company and offer your customer more clarity and peace of mind. In this Part II, we’ll cover some of the core agreements and policies necessary for running a […]

A Guide of Legal Considerations for eCommerce Companies – Part I

By Drew Stevens

Starting and growing an eCommerce business can make for hectic times, and it can be easy to put off eCommerce legal matters to deal with other issues. Domain names. Server space. Content management. Inventory. Shipping. Marketing. Product testing. Quickly enough, talking to a good Columbus, Ohio eCommerce attorney can fall somewhere on your priority list […]

How to File a Trademark – Part 7

By Drew Stevens

If you feel overwhelmed with your application or just want it done right the first time, email our IP attorney in Columbus, Ohio today.

How to File a Trademark – Part 6

By Drew Stevens

If you’re still on a quest to learn intellectual property and understand how to file a trademark, welcome to part six of our Columbus, Ohio intellectual property law firm’s tips and tricks on filing a trademark application.

How to File a Trademark – Part 5

By Drew Stevens

This is part five in our series on how to file a trademark, and picking up from our previous post, we’ll continue to work through an example TEAS RF application.

How to File a Trademark – Part 4

By Drew Stevens

Here, we’ll dive into the mechanics of the trademark application itself and what you should be watching for if you’re new to intellectual property and are trying to file a trademark on your own with the United States Patent and Trademark Office.

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