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 is a corporate attorney specializing in the preparation and negotiation of a variety of commercial agreements with an emphasis on software licensing and distribution. She also helps clients streamline their sales flow processes in order to get deals closed efficiently.
Prior to joining Robinson Bradshaw, Tenley was division counsel at Womble Bond Dickinson (US) LLP.
Prepared and negotiated intellectual property transaction documentation for on premise, SaaS and PaaS models, including global procurement agreements, end user license agreements, OEM/embedded/bundled distribution agreements, reseller agreements, referral agreements, evaluation agreements, services agreements, joint development agreements, teaming agreements and confidentiality agreements, including with large U.S. and global banks as well as Fortune 500 companies as end users and global software resellers as distribution partners.
Created deal flow templates and sales playbooks for software vendor clients.
Prepared and negotiated other documentation including purchasing terms and conditions, association alliance agreements, exhibitor term and conditions, training provider agreements, publishing agreements, hospitality agreements and vendor services agreements.