Computer Forensics Cases

Below are representative cases of DisputeSoft’s experience in Computer Forensics.
Please note that DisputeSoft responds only to inquiries from litigation attorneys with regard to the field of computer forensics.

Tacoronte v. Lesinski

DisputeSoft served as a digital forensic expert in the matter of Tacoronte v. Lesinski, a civil case in which the plaintiff alleged her father, the defendant, had sexually abused her for years. DisputeSoft’s Hunter Jones testified at trial as both an expert witness and rebuttal witness on behalf of the plaintiff.

McIntosh v. State Farm

In the matter of Thomas and Pamela McIntosh v. State Farm Fire and Casualty Insurance Co., et al., DisputeSoft’s Jeff Parmet was selected to serve as a neutral expert to the Special Master appointed to oversee the case by the U.S. District Court for the Southern District of Mississippi. The case centered on allegations of insurance fraud by two “whistleblower” sisters, Kerri and Cori Rigsby.

Real Forms LLC v. Arkansas Realtors Association

DisputeSoft was engaged as a consulting and testifying expert by the software developer Real Forms, LLC, in its suit against the Arkansas Realtors Association. The ARA had attempted to end a software project implementation during beta testing, demanding return of payments to date and cancellation of a five-year ongoing operating and support term.

Sarris v. Curro

Chris Sarris brought suit against his late father’s co-worker, Mireille Curro, when she received substantial property in the deceased’s will. Sarris alleged that Curro took advantage of his father’s declining health and improperly influenced the terms of the will in her favor.

Persaud-Deep v. Women’s Care of Florida

The plaintiff claimed that Women’s Care failed to detect a serious birth defect in an ultrasound study. Upon request, Women’s Care could not produce the plaintiff’s ultrasound images and claimed that imaging files on the ultrasound machine had been lost during a system update that occurred during the same week as the plaintiff’s ultrasound.

DisputeSoft was engaged in July 2016 by plaintiff T&S Property Management, LLC in the matter of T&S Property Management, LLC v. CINC Systems, LLC in the United States District Court for the Northern District of Georgia, Case No. 1:16-cv-01005-AT. Plaintiff T&S Property Management, LLC (“CAMS”) filed a motion for an injunction to prevent Defendant CINC Systems, LLC (“CINC”) from terminating CAMS’ access to CINC’s software after CAMS allegedly breached a license agreement that governed the use of software it had licensed from CINC.