University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill, J.D., with honors, 1991; Order of the Coif; North Carolina Law Review
University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill, A.B., with highest distinction, 1988; Phi Beta Kappa
Tenley Evans focuses her practice on structuring and negotiating various end-user software licensing and usage agreements; software distribution agreements such as teaming agreements, reseller/value-added reseller agreements, referral agreements and OEM/embedded/bundled agreements; and related support, installation, integration and service level agreements. Tenley regularly advises clients regarding data privacy issues with cloud computing in the health care, life sciences research and financial tracking sectors, among others. She also has extensive experience in the preparation and use of playbooks to streamline the software sales and procurement processes as well as the development and implementation of open source compliance programs for software providers.
Prior to joining Robinson Bradshaw, Tenley was division counsel at Womble Bond Dickinson (US) LLP.
Counsels several health care provider organizations in the negotiation of enterprise technology agreements.
Represents a private software company that provides a cloud-based platform to facilitate financial tracking for high-net-worth individuals.
Represents a private software company that offers SaaS-based technology to expedite clinical triage and patient scheduling for health care providers.
Represented a consortium of health care providers in an acquisition of cloud-based services for government compliance.
Represents a private software company that provides a SaaS-based platform for the sharing and management of life sciences research data.
Counsels a variety of global publicly held companies regarding data privacy issues in technology-related commercial negotiations, including the preparation and negotiation of data processing agreements.
Represented a leading North Carolina hospital system in the procurement of artificial intelligence-based technology to improve the efficiency of its revenue management cycle.
Represents a private software company that offers a cloud-based platform for lending origination and servicing.
Represents a private software company in the embedded distribution of its plug-in software for musical applications.
Represented a national health care provider certification agency in negotiating purchases of custom developed software for its testing services.
Represented a private software company that provides virtual patient safety solutions and services.
Represented a private software company that offers a SaaS-based technology platform administering employer-owned health benefit programs.
Represented a publicly held software services company that provides big data management training and related services.
Represented publicly and privately held software companies that provide database management and integration technologies, including the creation and maintenance of distribution networks for their offerings.
Represented several private software companies that provide e-commerce, business intelligence and web server software and related services.