DisputeSoft has served as an independent expert both for developers of environmental software and for intellectual property holders of environmental software.

    As public policy shifts in an attempt to mitigate the effects of climate change, environmental software systems are becoming both necessary for administering environmental laws and for managing emissions. The functions of such systems can vary from emissions monitoring to natural resource identification and exploration to saving energy by reducing resource consumption. Disputes over these systems may concern their implementation or, given the rapid growth of the sector, the rights to valuable intellectual property. DisputeSoft has served as an independent expert both for developers of environmental software as well as the intellectual property holders of environmental software.

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