DisputeSoft specializes in liability issues arising in computer software cases.

    DisputeSoft’s 20+ experts deliver wide-ranging technical consulting services required by counsel to cost-effectively resolve disputes. DisputeSoft’s clients include Big Law firms, boutique practices, and sole practitioners who represent Fortune 100 companies, government clients, and corporate and individual clients across all industries in disputes involving software failure, intellectual property, and computer forensics. No matter the nature of the dispute or the type of software involved, whether you represent a plaintiff or defendant, DisputeSoft’s systematic, science-based approach and deep knowledge of computer science allow us to assist counsel in efficiently litigating complicated matters.

    Industries

    Explore our software and systems expertise in a few of the many industries in which we have worked.

    Healthcare

    EMR/EHR, hospital and dental

    Government Contracts

    MMIS, HRIS, PTMS, DMV

    Energy

    GIS, exploration, geological survey

    Financial

    HR, payroll, accounting

    Information Technology

    Cloud computing, SaaS, PPM

    E-Commerce

    CRM, inventory

    Manufacturing

    ERP, SCMS

    Criminal

    Internet/digital crime, online piracy

    Education

    LMS, MOOC

    Public Safety

    RMS, 911 CAD

    Environmental

    EMS, EHS, emissions monitoring

    Our Expertise

    DisputeSoft’s team of professionals leverages years of experience in the legal and information technology fields, including significant experience as consulting experts, testifying experts, and software analysts. Our experts’ robust low-level knowledge of software and the systematic approach we use to tackle every dispute allow us to consult on matters that involve novel or highly customized software products.

    software-related matters
    consulting and testifying experts
    combined years of experience

    Insights

    Post
    The Supreme Court of the United States (SCOTUS) found in the matter of Return Mail Inc. v. United States Postal Service that “a federal agency is not a ‘person’ who may petition for post-issuance review” of an issued patent under the America Invents Act (AIA).
    Case
    DisputeSoft was engaged by HTC in this patent infringement dispute involving smartphone touch screen functionality.
    Post
    On May 31, 2019, the Department of Homeland Security agreed to renew the North Carolina State Board of Elections’ request to complete a forensic examination of 21 laptops seized from Durham County after voting software malfunctioned during the 2016 presidential election.
    Case
    DisputeSoft was engaged by a computer chip manufacturer in this pre-litigation patent infringement dispute involving chip power management technologies.

    Selected Clients

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