DisputeSoft was engaged as a consulting and testifying expert in October 2013 by Do Process LP in the matter of ProSuite Software Limited. et al. v. Infokey Software Inc. et al. in the Supreme Court of British Columbia.
In 2003, plaintiffs ProSuite Software Limited and the Society of Notaries Public of British Columbia (ProSuite) entered into an agreement with defendants Dmitri Lounine and Aleksandra Eskova, who worked as contractors under Infokey Software Inc. (Infokey), to develop software for generating real estate documents. The relationship deteriorated over time, and issues arose when ProSuite claimed that Infokey (1) refused to provide source code for the software owned by ProSuite, and (2) failed to provide agreed upon support and maintenance services. Infokey claimed that ProSuite verbally agreed to enter into a software license and maintenance agreement wherein ProSuite would have only limited license and right to use the real estate program.