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    DisputeSoft has served as an independent expert for both e-commerce software developers and e-commerce system customers.

    From Internet giants like Amazon.com to brick-and-mortar companies like Wal-Mart to ambitious internet-based startups, every company engaged in selling products online employs e-commerce software. Some e-commerce software is designed to be implemented out-of-the-box (OOTB), meaning without significant customization by a software development team, while other e-commerce systems are largely built specifically to a certain online retailer’s specifications, yet may also include OOTB modules for features such as Customer Relationship Management (CRM). Regardless of their type, these complicated, multi-layered systems are no stranger to failure claims, and e-commerce software may be the subject of intellectual property disputes as well. DisputeSoft has served as an independent expert for both e-commerce software developers and e-commerce system customers. We have also worked on matters involving e-commerce sellers involved in claims of unlicensed use or sale of an IP owner’s content.

    Representative E-Commerce Industry Cases

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    DisputeSoft was engaged by JDA Software Group in this software project failure dispute involving the implementation of an e-commerce retail platform.
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    DisputeSoft was engaged by Computer Technology Solutions in this software project failure dispute involving the implementation of online book catalogue software.
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    DisputeSoft was engaged by Lands' End in this software project failure dispute involving the implementation of a large-scale e-commerce platform.

    Need an expert with e-commerce industry experience?

    DisputeSoft provides expert consulting and testifying services to law firms engaged in complex software disputes within the e-commerce industry.