Intellectual Property Valuation Case Law Compendium: 3rd Edition

  • ID: 4200886
  • Book
  • Region: Global, United States
  • 571 Pages
  • Business Valuation Resources
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Intellectual property (IP) litigation has received remarkable attention lately. Headlines and the notion of billion-dollar damage awards have captured the imagination of patent owners and potential defendants alike. With billions of dollars at risk, the implication for expert witnesses focused on valuation is acute. Confidently navigate your next IP engagement with new thought leadership in the Intellectual Property Valuation Case Law Compendium, Third Edition. Ensure you have the most current analysis on how courts across the U.S. view key business valuation issues.

This compendium includes in-depth analysis on nearly 200 court cases, several chapters with insight and advice from top business valuation experts, and a list of the top 20 questions to ask when completing due diligence for an IP valuation. Add this must-have desktop reference to your bookshelf today!

Highlights of the Compendium include:

  • Confidently navigate your next IP valuation with insight and advice from top business valuation experts on valuing brands, copyrights, patents, and more.
  • Stay current on key business valuation issues related to intellectual property with in-depth analysis on nearly 200 cases from BVR's legal team, plus online access to all of the full court opinions.
  • Easily search valuation cases using the Compendium's handy chart that organizes the cases by name, state, and date, and includes a short summary of each.
  • An entire chapter dedicated to the top 20 questions to ask when completing due diligence for an IP valuation.
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Chapter 1. Intellectual Property Overview by Michael A. Crain

Chapter 2. 20 Questions to Ask When Doing Due Diligence For an IP Valuation

Chapter 3. Latest Techniques to Sort Out the Complexities of Brand Valuation

Chapter 4. Debunking the Myth That Business Appraisers Lowball Brand Values by Christof Binder

Chapter 5. The Residual Contribution Method for Valuing a Corporate Brand by Rene Hlousek

Chapter 6. Cost of Capital: You Can Love More Than Just One by David Wanetick

Chapter 7. Uniloc v. Microsoft: Where Do We Go From Here?

Chapter 8. Uniloc v. Microsoft: Lessons Outside of the Courtroom by Brad Pursel

Chapter 9. A Poor Example of Celebrity Valuation by Mike Pellegrino

Chapter 10. Wrestling Match Over Valuation of Hulk Hogan Sex Tape

Chapter 11. 10 Key Patent Damages and Valuation Takeaways from Google v. Oracle by Steven R. Hansen

Chapter 12. Indirect Profits from Copyright Infringement: Establishing a Connection Between Profits and the Infringement by John Pilkinton and Ryan Bell

Chapter 13. Patent Infringement Damages:  Lost Profits and Royalties by Richard Bero

Chapter 14. Using Internet Analytic Tools for Valuation and Damages Calculations in Internet IP Infringement and Defamation Cases by Doug Bania and Brian Buss

Chapter 15. Three-Step Analysis to Manage the ‘Noise’ in IP Royalty Rate Data

Chapter 16. Proving Damages in Trademark Cases by Stanley P. Stephenson and Gauri Prakash-Canjels

Chapter 17. Lost Profits in Trademark and Copyright Cases by Rick Hoffman, Mark Glick, and Milan Politi

Chapter 18. Case Law Digests

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