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SOURCE BP Claims CPA, LLC
FT. LAUDERDALE, Fla., Sept. 23, 2013 /PRNewswire/ -- The Allday Consulting Group, a CPA firm located in Metairie, Louisiana develops and sells the Deepwater Horizon BP Oil Claim Calculator, a software program used by attorneys, accountants and claims processors to compute losses and file claims in the Deepwater Horizon Class Action Settlement. Allday has been selling its software solution since August 2012.
In January 2013, Fort Lauderdale-based IT Strategies Group (ITSG), producers of competing software, filed suit in federal court naming Allday and two of its employees as defendants. ITSG alleged that Allday committed trademark infringement, trade dress violations, unfair business practices, fraud and breach of contract by offering a solution that is in direct competition with ITSG's software.
In an attempt to prevent Allday from selling competing software, ITSG filed a motion seeking a preliminary injunction. On September 9, 2013, the court ruled against ITSG, denying the preliminary injunction. Prior to the ruling, ITSG was warning customers to avoid buying Allday's oil claim software, telling them that the court was going to stop Allday from selling it. Now that the preliminary injunction has been denied, Allday plans to continue to make its Deepwater Horizon BP Oil Claim Calculator available to the public and to further develop and support the software.
ITSG has made other attempts to stop Allday from selling its Deepwater Horizon BP Oil Claim Calculator software. A vice-president of ITSG reported Danny Allday, CPA and president of Allday, to the Louisiana Society of CPAs (LCPA) for ethical misconduct. In light of the fact that Allday has been practicing as a CPA since 1978 and has an impeccable record, and the motion for preliminary injunction was denied, the LCPA has not taken any action on the complaint.
Many accountants, lawyers and claims processors have already switched from ITSG's OilClaim Calculator to Allday's Deepwater Horizon BP Oil Claim Calculator. Allday's customers have reported that Allday's software is more affordable, more secure, easier to use and produces faster results. There are now over 100 companies using Allday's Deepwater Horizon BP Oil Claim Calculator.
Allday Consulting Group announces the release of the Deepwater Horizon BP Oil Claim Calculator version 3.6.8.
Desktop Software - This software can be purchased and installed on your computer at very affordable prices. NO per claim Pricing, like that offered by our competitors!
The calculators' powerful new multiuser engine, combined with the familiar Microsoft Excel interface, makes determining causation and calculating estimated compensation faster than ever. Live demonstrations are held every Friday at 1:00 PM CST. For more information visit www.BPClaimCalculator.com or call 1-800-259-4213
New Features in Business Economic Loss Calculator Version 3.6.8 Include:
DEEPWATER HORIZON/BP OIL CLAIM CALCULATOR- Features
Allday Consulting Group provides complete accounting support, eligibility testing and compensation calculations for lawyers and accountants. Businesses desiring accounting assistance, claims processing services or assistance in determining whether or not they are eligible to file a claim can visit www.BPClaimsCPA.com or call 1-800-259-4213.
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