I’m Sapna Mahboobani, founder of EVO-LAW.
l journey at a Seven Sister law firm in Toronto, where I confirmed my interest in focusing my legal career on technology law. I moved on to building a legal team from scratch at a growing software company. There I learned what excited me: supporting a dynamic, growing company through building systemized legal processes while negotiating fast-paced, complex deals. It was only natural, then, to build my own law firm through supporting other companies and their legal teams as they grow and bring in new clients.
Just some of the ways I’ve helped other companies grow:
- negotiating mid-market to multi-million dollar sale and alliance contracts of varying complexities for both vendors and customers in the public and private sector
- counseling R&D and product development teams with respect to privacy and legal concerns to avoid costly re-designs and non-compliance penalties
- helping start-up companies through the first steps of incorporation and organization
- formalizing service offerings for independent contractors, small business and technology companies with appropriate and easy-to-read agreement templates.
- protecting companies’ intellectual property and trade secrets through non-competes, licensing, and trademark and copyright registrations
- settling contractual disputes pre-litigation
- closing business purchases and sales
…and a whole lot more. Check out LinkedIn for a chronological history of my experience.
I have supported technology and business teams across the spectrum – ranging from companies just starting out with little-to-no legal oversight to large global IT departments with strict governance policies and procedures. Drawing from the nimble, fast-paced world of the startup and the disciplined processes of the large corporation, my approach to the practice of tech law is pragmatic, flexible and tailored to my clients’ specific business needs while looking for ways to improve inefficiencies in the legal process.
Contact me to discuss how I can help you or your team.