Drafting Transition-Out Provisions in SaaS Agreements: Performance Requirements, Triggering Events, Fees, Damages
Recording of a 90-minute CLE video webinar with Q&A
This CLE webinar will guide business counsel on expertly drafting the transition-out obligations within a service agreement. The panel will discuss how to address a triggering event for transition-out rights, how detailed a statement of work must be, and what types of fees and damages, including consequential damages, a provision may include.
- Software as a service agreement
- Customer considerations
- Scope of services
- Triggering events
- Service provider considerations
- Flexible fees
- Administrative costs
- Return of data
- Handling confidential information
- Customer considerations
The panel will address these and other key topics:
- What are the key considerations that a customer will want in a transition-out provision of a SaaS agreement?
- What are the key considerations that a service provider will want in a transition-out provision of a SaaS agreement?
- How is data returned to the customer during a transition-out period?
- What should customers and providers include regarding fees and damages in transition-out provisions?
William S. Galkin, Esq.
Mr. Galkin is an information technology and internet lawyer who has dedicated his legal practice to representing... | Read More
Ms. Quinones regularly counsels entrepreneurs and in-house counsel on business contracting, technology and intellectual... | Read More
Ms. Quinones regularly counsels entrepreneurs and in-house counsel on business contracting, technology and intellectual property licensing, and internet/social media and privacy issues. She provides strategic advice to businesses in all stages of the business cycle, including structuring and restructuring, raising capital, day-to-day operations, and purchase and sale transactions. Ms. Quinones’ representative clients include start-ups and emerging growth companies, technology companies (SaaS providers and IP licensors and licensees), middle market companies, and product distributors.Close
Schultis Law Group
Mr. Schultis focuses on IP transactions, and has substantial experience representing both technology consumers and... | Read More
Mr. Schultis focuses on IP transactions, and has substantial experience representing both technology consumers and vendors and a wide variety of service providers. He represents large customers in outsourcing arrangements including one of the world's largest financial institutions, a big four accounting firm, major health care providers and utilities. Prior to founding his firm, he spent a decade as a partner at Pillsbury Winthrop Shaw Pittman LLP, focusing on IP transactions.Close