What disputes arise in IT?
Sprint delay and regular change of technical task.
Debag. Separation of errors and wishes of the client.
Damage caused to software products.
Disclosure of confidential information.
Poaching customers or other employees.
Unilateral withdrawal from the agreement.
Default of projects and work quality.
With the tax authority
Fictitious or hidden transactions with customers.
Additional charge of income tax, and other federal and municipal taxes.
Sole entrepreneur tax audits.
With the Department of State Labor
Penalties for undocumented employees.
Complaints from employees.
Blocking the bank account of an IT company. AML/KYC Compliance.
Restructuring of credit debt.
Connecting payment systems to IT products.
Opening accounts in foreign banks.
With financial monitoring bodies
The need to confirm the legality of the origin of funds based on international contracts and invoices.
Verification of contractors and customers.
Notices, rejections, deletions, and blocking of mobile applications in the AppStore and Google Play.
Complaints from applications’ users to the support service.
With competitors, investors and others
Conflicts when an investor exits a project.
Co-founder disputes: operational management, distribution of profits, sale of shares, the attraction of business angels, withdrawal from the company, confidentiality, and non-competition.