tech contract lawyers

We help tech companies sort out their basic contracts, including website T&C’s, SaaS terms of use, software licence agreements, contractor agreements and services agreements.  

Because we produce these types of agreements for scores of companies, and we have great open source templates to draw upon, we can do this work very cost effectively.

We also support tech companies negotiating customer agreements and channel partner agreements (distribution agreements and reseller agreements) worldwide.  We provide no-nonsense advice on contract terms, helping our clients to achieve great commercial outcomes rather than sweating the small stuff.

“Kindrik Partners are tech focused experts, who drive hard for a positive outcome and make sure the outcome is the right one for the business.”

matthew gibson, cfo, invenco

contracts resources

tips and tricks for your next nda

NDAs are usually fairly standard, but there’s a handful of points that it’s a good idea to double check before you sign on the dotted line.

letter of intent (commercial)

This is a simple document to outline the main in principle terms of a proposed commercial relationship. The document is not legally binding (other than the confidentiality, termination, and governing…

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