Internet Misconduct Cases

Below are representative cases of DisputeSoft’s experience in Internet Misconduct.

NTP Marble, Inc. v. AAA Hellenic Marble, Inc.

DisputeSoft was retained in October 2011 by defendant Hellenic Marble in connection with NTP Marble, Inc. t/a Colonial Marble & Granite (“Colonial Marble”) v. AAA Hellenic Marble, Inc. et al in the US District Court for the Eastern District of Pennsylvania, Case No. 2:09-cv-05783-LAS. Our computer forensics analyst prepared two expert reports and assisted in preparing for depositions and interpreting the testimony. DisputeSoft’s experts were scheduled to appear at trial for two days of testimony before the case settled in mid-2012.

Certification Trendz v. Zhou, et al.

DisputeSoft was engaged as a testifying expert in the matter of Certification Trendz v. Ning Zhou, et al., a copyright and trademark infringement case. The defendants allegedly resold copyrighted software and exam preparation materials and used plaintiff’s trademark to drive traffic to defendant’s websites.