Source Code Review, Analysis, Comparison and Reconstruction
In one way or another, source code is an integral part of virtually every complex software litigation matter. Eureka’s team has worked with and written complex software in virtually every known programming and coding language. Because of our industry experience, we offer immediate benefit to legal counsel and the court who often grasp some of the surface-level review but are not able to look under the hood and see the real issues concerning the litigants. We are experienced in the review, analysis, and comparison of software code and functionality in relation to patents, copyright, trade secrets, as well as licensing and other contractual arrangements.
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- We have worked with and written complex software in virtually every known programming and coding language.
- We review and compare source code related to copyright infringement or other intellectual property misappropriation.
- We have extensive experience in the reconstruction of a prior art software system in patent infringement cases.
American Airlines, Inc. vs. Sabre Inc., Sabre Holdings, Inc. and Sabre Travel International Ltd.
Cause No: 067-249214-10
Jurisdiction: 67th Judicial District Court, of the State of Texas, Tarrant County
Description: Consulting and testifying expert in a high profile state court antitrust matter within the air travel industry involving travel-shopping technologies for airfare and optional services.
Years: 2011 2012 2013
American Airlines, Inc. vs. Travelport Limited and Travelport, LP
Cause No: 4:11-cv-244-Y
Jurisdiction: US District Court for the Northern District of Texas, Fort Worth Division
Description: Consulting and testifying expert in a high profile federal court antitrust matter within the air travel industry involving travel shopping technologies for airfare and optional services.
Years: 2011 2012 2013
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JurisDictionUSA, Inc. vs. Loislaw.com, Inc. and Aspen Publishers, Inc., et.al.
Cause No: CV-2002-115 (II)
Jurisdiction: Circuit Court of Crawford County, Arkansas, Civil Division
Description: Consulting and testifying expert on significant state court case involving historical reconstruction and testing of legal software product and analysis and testimony concerning the performance of such software product against contract specifications.
Years: 2007 2008
Simmonds Precision Products, Inc. (United Technologies) v. Eric R. Bechhoefer, et.al.
Cause No: 744-9-16 CNCV
Jurisdiction: Vermont Superior Court, Chittenden Unit, Civil Division
Description: Consulting and testifying expert witness in trade secret misappropriation and breach of employee confidentiality agreement case involving aircraft and wind turbine health and usage monitoring systems (HUMS).
Uni-Systems, LLC v. United States Tennis Association, Inc., et.al.
Cause No: 1:17-CV-0147 (KAM-CLP)
Jurisdiction: United States District Court for the Eastern District of New York
Description: Consulting and testifying expert in case involving trade secret misappropriation relating to technology for automating retractable roofing systems.
Calsep, Inc. and Calsep, A/S v. Intelligent Petroleum Software Solutions, Inc. et.al.
Cause No: 4:19-cv-01118
Jurisdiction: United States District Court for the Southern District of Texas, Houston Division
Description: Consulting and testifying expert in case involving breach of contract and trade secret misappropriation of trade secrets related to oil and gas pressure-volume- temperature (PVT) analysis software.
TN Incorporation Ltd., v. Fidelity Information Services, LLC et.al.
Cause No: 2:18-cv-05552-WB
Jurisdiction: United State District Court for the Eastern District of Pennsylvania
Description: Consulting and testifying expert in case involving ownership of international banking software and technology.
Ford Motor Company v. Versata Software, Inc. f/k/a Trilogy Software, Inc. et.al.
Cause No: 15-10628-MFL-EAS
Jurisdiction: US District Court Eastern District of Michigan, Southern Division
Description: Consulting and testifying expert for Plaintiff in case involving alleged patent and copyright infringement and trade secret misappropriation related to automotive configuration software.
N. Harris Computer Corporation et.al. v. DSI Investments, Inc., Digitech Services, Inc., David C. Ogles, and E-Jail, Inc.
Cause No: 1:19-cv-00142-GNS
Jurisdiction: United States District Court, Western District of Kentucky, Bowling Green Division
Description: Consulting and testifying expert in case involving copyright, trade secret, and breach of contract claims related to jail management software/technology.
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