Adobe Audits


 

If you have been audited by Adobe, you need experienced counsel to protect your business. Scott & Scott, LLP has a dedicated practice group focusing on defending companies responding to Adobe’s request for an audit.

A typical target of an Adobe audit will receive a letter from Adobe demanding the business’ cooperation in disclosing the number Adobe installations on its network and the number of Adobe licenses it owns, including serial numbers. The letter may go on to describe the audit process and request a phone conference to “kick-off” the audit.

Targets who receive letters in an Adobe audit should treat the matter very seriously. It is important to know your legal rights and protect your legal position before responding to a request for an Adobe audit. Additionally, companies who prepare their own responses to Adobe without the benefit of counsel and before conducting a thorough investigation may receive an unexpectedly high settlement offer from Adobe.

Our lawyers and technology professionals have the technical and legal skills necessary to vigorously fight for your interests against an Adobe audit and can guide you through every step of the process.

 

+500 audit cases defended in 10 years
+$100-Million in licensing transactions
+60 years of combined experience

 

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    QHCCS, LLC

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    Red Key Solutions - White Plains, NY - www.redkeysolutions.com

  • Your office was extremely helpful to us during our BSA ordeal.  Very easy to work with and always gave us really great advice regarding a subject matter that we were not familiar with.

    A.P. Dailey Custom Laminating Corp.

  • Excellent representation; outstanding communication; reasonable fees for service.

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Adobe Audit Demands Can Be Burdensome

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