I need a Lawyer, please help - Posted by Paul Freeman
Posted by Paul Freeman on February 09, 2000 at 19:41:46:
This has nothing to do with real estate investing but I was wondering if someone would consider representing me in the following matter.
I entered into a contract with kerr McGee Corporation (a Global Oil Company, based in OKC) in October 1999, to convert their Dun & Bradstreet Millennium, financial, application data into ASCI formatted data that could then be loaded into their new server based environment.
Here is the problem.
Kerr McGee hired another contractor to participate in the conversion of their data. It came to my attention today, that the company has given this contractor access to all of the software I have developed. This contractor is now making minor modifications to the software I developed in order to convert data of other applications that are outside the scope of the contract I entered into with the company.
I would certainly be willing to pay a finder?s fee to anyone who knows a lawyer in Oklahoma City who would take this case.
I believe that my software has been pirated, because Kerr McGee has not yet signed off on this software or accepted it as accurate and complete, although they invited me to turn it over to them today, after I confronted them with my findings. I declined their invitation.