Software

Analysis Group has a long history of casework and analysis in the software industry, dating back to early engagements around Unix and Lotus 1-2-3 and evolving along with today's leading technologies to include analyses of many of the industry's most complex challenges. We have examined the technical and economic impact of monopolization and exclusionary practices in the software industry in antitrust class actions and private lawsuits; efficiencies in merger and acquisition cases; infringement of patents, copyrights, and trademarks; misappropriation of trade secrets; unfair competition; breaches of contract; transfer pricing; patent strategy and valuation; regulatory policies; and data breaches.

Our interdisciplinary approach includes comparing and understanding software code to establish critical differences, as well as using cutting-edge economic and financial analyses to provide the best recommendations and arguments that will resonate for our clients.

We have worked with leading software manufacturers and providers such as Microsoft, Google, Yahoo, Nortel, Apple, Netflix, Oracle, and AT&T. Examples of recent client work include: