Intellectual Property Damage Claims: Effective Valuation Techniques in 2019
As the intellectual property (IP) landscape continues to evolve, the determination of fair, reasonable and non-discriminatory (FRAND) standard and techniques when valuing intangible assets become more substantial. Companies and their counsel must keep themselves abreast of the most recent and effective valuation techniques to better address IP damages and compensate claims.
In this LIVE Webcast, a panel of distinguished professionals and thought leaders will help businesses and companies understand the important aspects of this significant topic. They will provide an in-depth discussion of Intellectual Property Damage Claims. Speakers will also offer best practices and effective valuation techniques in 2019.
Key topics include:
- Intellectual Property Damage Claims - Trends, Updates and Developments
- Effective Valuation Techniques in 2019
- Addressing Legal Challenges
- Notable Cases
- What Lies Ahead
Katherine McGuire, Partner
Woods Oviatt Gilman LLP
- What is IP valuation
- IP Valuation Methods
Jonathan T. Suder, Founding Shareholder
Friedman, Suder & Cooke, P.C.
- Ability to go to trial without a damages expert
- Instances where separate apportionment is not needed or required
- WesternGeco and availability of foreign sales
Who Should Attend:
- Intellectual Property Lawyers and Consultants
- IP Asset Managers
- IP Portfolio Managers
- Patent Attorneys
- Copyright Lawyers
- Trademark Lawyers
- In-house Counsel
- Private Companies
- Other Related/Interested Professionals
Katherine H. McGuire is a Partner in the firm and Chair of the Intellectual Property practice group. She has more than 25 years of experience as a registered patent attorney and is a Partner in the firm's Business & Finance Department where she is Chair of the Intellectual Property Practice Group. She has extensive experience in all aspects of U.S. and foreign patent procurement, infringement and validity analysis, freedom-to-operate opinions, competitive surveillance and patent litigation. Her practice further includes negotiating and preparing Intellectual Property agreements including patent and know-how licensing, joint development, technical service, confidentiality and consulting agreement.
Katherine H. McGuire is a Partner in the firm and Chair of the Intellectual Property practice group. She has more …
Jon began his legal career clerking for the Honorable Eldon B. Mahon in Fort Worth. Thereafter, Jon joined Kelly, Hart & Hallman. In 1993, Jon co-founded Friedman, Suder & Cooke. Jon was an adjunct professor at Texas Wesleyan University School of Law (now Texas A&M University School of Law) teaching a class in trial advocacy to third year students. He is a Life Fellow of the American Bar Foundation and a Member of the American Board of Trial Advocates (“ABOTA”). Jon has been accorded the highest Peer Review Rating™ by Martindale-Hubbell®. Jon has also spoken at numerous conferences and on issues involving IP litigation and the ethics of litigation funding.
Jon began his legal career clerking for the Honorable Eldon B. Mahon in Fort Worth. Thereafter, Jon joined Kelly, Hart …
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Method Of Presentation:
General knowledge of intellectual property laws
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About Woods Oviatt Gilman LLP
Woods Oviatt Gilman is a full-service law firm with headquarters in Rochester, NY and offices in Buffalo, NY and Phoenix, AZ, and they are a member of the Meritas global alliance. They represent a broad spectrum of clients, from publicly traded corporations and financial institutions; from high-technology and industrial enterprises to construction firms, and more.
About Friedman, Suder & Cooke, P.C.
FSC serves clients throughout the United States in various types of complex civil litigation, most often involving business, intellectual property, oil and gas, or fiduciary disputes.