Calculating IP Damages in 2021: Tools and Techniques
Recording Available: Thursday, April 22, 2021
Several common measurements and general methodologies are currently being used to calculate infringement damages in intellectual property (IP) lawsuits. To determine the most applicable ones, practitioners need to consider key facts and circumstances of a particular dispute.
However, with the changing litigation climate, damages calculation becomes more complex and vulnerable to a myriad of risks. Thus, financial experts and counsel should keep up with the emerging regulatory developments and court rulings in this field of law to be able to ascertain the best calculation tools and techniques.
In a LIVE Webcast, a panel of key thought leaders and distinguished professionals assembled by The Knowledge Group will present a comprehensive discussion of the current and emerging trends and issues in IP damages calculation. Speakers will also share effective techniques and best practices to mitigate risks in calculating damages figures this 2021.
Key topics include:
- IP Damages Calculation: Recent Trends and Developments
- Notable Court Rulings
- Approaches in Determining IP Damages
- IP Damages Calculation Tools and Techniques
- Mitigating Calculation Pitfalls
- Effective Techniques and Best Practices
- What Lies Ahead
Berkeley Research Group, LLC
Who Should Attend:
- Intellectual Property Lawyers and Consultants
- Heads of Intellectual Property
- Patent Lawyers and Consultants
- Corporate Lawyers
- Forensic Accountants
Cleve B. Tyler, PhD, is a managing director at Berkeley Research Group, LLC who specializes in applying economic analyses to antitrust, intellectual property, and damages issues. An economic consultant with more than twenty years of experience, Dr. Tyler has testified at deposition and trial in US federal court, in state court, and at arbitration. He is author of the book Calculating Intellectual Property Damages, published by West Publishing which is forthcoming in late 2020, and had written a chapter in prior versions of that book addressing IP expert testimony admissibility annually since 2010. He has also published papers on damages and competition issues including in Antitrust, Antitrust Bulletin, and The Global Competition Review. Dr. Tyler also is an adjunct professor of economics in Johns Hopkins University’s applied economics program, teaching graduate-level courses in industrial organization and microeconomics.
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Method of Presentation:
General knowledge of intellectual property law
NY Category of CLE Credit:
Areas of Professional Practice
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About Berkeley Research Group, LLC
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