IP Valuation Resource CenterBusiness Valuation Resources recognizes the increasing importance of accurate and defensible intangible property and intellectual property valuations not only to fulfill compliance requirements (Fair Value accounting, Transfer Pricing, etc.), but also to sustain business growth strategies worldwide. The need for a prospective look at an emerging technology can easily be distinguished from the need for a valuation of a business, but the disciplines required and methodologies utilized to perform the former require special tools. All concerned parties can continue to count on BVR for authoritative market data, continuing professional education, and expert opinion, here as it relates specifically to valuation of intangible property.
ktMINE: A Database of Royalty Rate Comparables
ktMINE is an interactive intellectual property database that provides direct access to royalty rates, actual license agreements and detailed agreement summaries. With precise search functionality and robust data mining capabilities, ktMINE lets you quickly find and analyze market comparables from a goldmine of IP license agreements and documents.
BVR/ktMINE Royalty Rate Benchmarking Guide, 2015 Global Edition
The BVR/ktMINE Royalty Rate Benchmarking Guide, 2015 Global Edition was developed to help provide analysts clarity in this new valuation frontier. The 25+ industries examined within this guide help provide better transparency from licensing transactions in a global marketplace that is often murky. With data analyzed and presented from the ktMINE database, you can now have a comprehensive report on global licensing royalty rates and an analysis of value within specific industries, which will help you benchmark IP transactions over a 10-year time period. Order Book Today: $299
Benchmarking Identifiable Intangibles and Their Useful Lives in Business Combinations, Second Edition
Now in its second edition, Benchmarking Identifiable Intangibles and Their Useful Lives in Business Combinations delivers a compilation of reported, vetted and carefully analyzed data, particularly focused on useful lives of intangible assets as reflected in over 6,000 purchase price allocations. Analysts can use the data in this study to benchmark what intangibles are being discovered, categorized and valued in specific industries, as well as to provide remaining useful life guidance, noncompete agreement benchmarks, and industry benchmarks. Investors will see benchmark data they have never before seen to target companies’ intangible property strength, amortization strategies, and composition of goodwill. Order Book Today: $199
Fair Value Measurements: Practical Guidance and Implementation, Second Edition
Now in a second edition, Fair Value Measurement: Practical Guidance and Implementation helps you succeed in understanding the fair value accounting rules that entities must follow. The result is a resource that you can rely on to understand the importance of valuation and the concepts that define it. In basic, nontechnical language, author Mark Zyla presents practical direction for best practices of financial valuation as well as for understanding the many FASB pronouncements involving fair value. An essential guide for auditors and valuation specialists, Fair Value Measurement: Practical Guidance and Implementation, Second Edition brings you up to speed on what fair value really means.
BVR's Guide to Intellectual Property Valuation, Second Edition
Author and leading IP expert Michael Pellegrino analyzes real-world examples of IP valuation and discusses each of the primary IP categories including patents, trademarks, copyrights and trade secrets. The new edition includes chapters on valuation approaches and guidance, due diligence, discount rate development, royalty rates and much more. The Guide is available in print, e-Book, and Kindle-friendly formats as well as an online version including bonus content, IP case law and training materials.
Intellectual Property Strategies for the 21st Century Corporation: A Shift in Strategic and Financial Management
A practical approach to the modern management of intellectual property.The world has changed significantly in the past decade, resulting in new behavior and practice related to the ownership and management of intellectual property. Intellectual Property Strategies for the 21st Century Corporation, authored by Lanning Bryer, Scott Lebson, and Matthew Asbell, helps executives, attorneys, accountants, managers, owners, and others understand the legal, technological, economic, and cultural changes that have affected IP ownership and management. It provides case studies, practical examples and advice from seasoned and enduring professionals who have adopted new and streamlined methods and practices whether as in-house or outside counsel or service providers.
Intellectual Property Valuation Case Law Compendium, Second Edition
Intellectual property 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. BVR's Intellectual Property Valuation Case Law Compendium, 2nd Edition contains over 170 case digests and online access to the full text opinions that deal with disputes over the value of intellectual property. Use this compendium to take the guesswork out of understanding what it takes for an effective expert/attorney team to win a case in intellectual property valuation.
Managing Risk and Reputation to Create Enterprise Value
Authored by Dr. Nir Kossovsky
The corporate assets not on your balance sheets (i.e., intangible assets or reputational assets) are becoming more important than ever in today's information-based global economy. Companies that strategically measure and manage intangible assets will be better positioned to succeed throughout the 21st century than companies which rely only on traditional accounting and financial analyses which were developed when our economy was based on agricultural and industrial production. Reputational assets include resilience, brands, copyrights, employee know-how, patents, trademarks, operational ethics, innovation, security, and sustainability.
Technology Transfer Strategies - A Guide to Maximizing Returns Within the Pharmaceutical and Biopharmaceutical Industries
This report explores the recognized and increasing need for a better understanding between all stakeholders in the biopharmaceutical and pharmaceutical community concerning the efficient transfer of technologies created from early innovative research to the commercialization of new product technologies. The report introduces the concept of technology transfer and the organizational reasons for opting on technology transfer along with the major technologies transferred.
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Calculating Lost Profits in IP and Patent Infringement Cases
This Guide, edited by Nancy Fannon, brings together the comprehensive body of knowledge on lost profits damages and delivers a definitive resource for IP professionals, tech transfer executives, financial experts, and attorneys. Fannon and other leading experts present thorough analyses of current case law and valuation methodology that form the basis of damage awards in IP and patent infringement cases.
Intangible Capital: Putting Knowledge To Work in The 21st Century Organization
Intangible Capital arms companies with the understanding and practical tools to succeed in today’s innovation driven, knowledge-based economy that is increasingly dependent on the flow and use of human, relationship, structural, and strategic capital (intangible assets). The necessity to develop, manage, and value these assets has become a critical responsibility as rising percentages of a company's value, sources of revenue, and growth potential evolve directly from intangible capital. The book comes with many timely insights for using intangible capital as revenue and competitive advantage producers on an enterprise wide basis.
Licensing Trade Secrets: Overview and Sample Agreements
Trade secrets are a consideration in every technology license. It has been estimated that the addition of trade secrets to a patent license in technology can increase the value of the license up to three to ten times. This Guide provides an overview of what constitutes a trade secret and how they affect value. The overview is followed by examples of several different kinds of real agreements that license trade secrets in one way or another. By reviewing the actual agreements, readers will learn how companies characterize and monetize their trade secrets.
Royalty Rates in Copyright Agreements: A BVR Guide to Full-Text Licensing Agreements
Up until now, very little has been assembled to assist in the valuation of an organization’s copyright assets. Royalty Rates in Copyright Agreements illustrates how others have realized value from their copyrights through licensing. By looking at the licenses others have negotiated, readers can gain empirical insight into relative values of these intellectual properties. The full text licenses contained in this Guide contain non-redacted variable or “running” royalty rates. Each agreement is first summarized and then provided in full text. This one-of-a-kind guide features 800+ pages of agreements and summaries, including agreements for music, movies, character/personas, scientific/technological information and more.
Royalty Rates in Biotech: BVR's Guide to Full-Text Licensing Agreements
Intellectual property valuations occur in the biotech industry for a number of reasons, including licensing, transfer pricing, mergers and acquitions, collateral and litigation. To assist in constructing these agreements, BVR published this Guide which contains 500+ pages of full text copies of actual licensing agreements in the biotech industry. These hard-to-find agreements provide valuable guidance in setting royalty rates and addressing complex issues in a license agreement.
Royalty Rates for Technology, 4th Edition
Royalty Rates for Technology includes all available compensation terms for the license agreements - fixed royalty rates, per unit royalties, scaled royalty rates, and license fees. Each transaction in this Guide includes a description of the licensed technology and compensation terms including royalty rates and license fees and the identity of the licensor and licensee. Many deals also feature a discussion regarding the markets for and benefits of the licensed technology. In addition, Royalty Rate Derivation Models are provided showing different methods for calculating appropriate royalty rates and royalty audit advice to assure compliance with license agreements and the accurate collection of royalty payments.
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Royalty Rates for Trademarks & Copyrights - Fourth Edition
Financial models for determining a royalty rate are a new part of this new edition. This Guide includes rules of thumb, profit differential calculations, investment rate of return analyses and discounted cash flow analysis. Examples are presented that can be used as a template for your specific applications. Royalty rate data is reported in industries such as airlines, celebrities, electronics, publishing, sports, and more.
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Royalty Rates for IP Rates for Pharmaceuticals & Biotechnology
This Guide reports royalty rates for an incredible range of compounds, manufacturing techniques, therapies and other pharmaceutical and biotechnology patented inventions. It presents detailed financial information about third party transactions that center on the transfer of biotechnology and pharmaceutical technology. The parties are identified, the technology is described and all of the financial terms available are reported including royalty rates, license fees and milestone payments. This new edition also presents seven financially based models for pricing and valuing biotech and pharmaceutical technology and comprehensive illustrations are provided.
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Attend upcoming cost of intellectual property-related webinars as part of BVR's ongoing training calendar. Webinar attendees receive all presentation materials, related ancillary reading materials, and a chance to interact with the presenter. CPE credits are also available.
Valuing Brand Names
Thursday, December 10, 2015, 10:00am-11:40am PT / 1:00pm-11:40am ET
Featuring: Chris Mellen and PJ Patel
Archives of all past intellectual property-related webinars are available for purchase via BVR's Training Packs. Each Training Pack includes the recording, transcript, and all reading and presentation materials from the program.
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Divorce and IP: Are Patent Rights, Copyrights, and Trademarks Still Tied Up After the Knot Gets Untied?
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The U.S. Economics and Statistics Administration and the U.S. Patent and Trademark Office released this report detailing how intellectual property affects industry in the United Sates. The report identifies which industries are the most IP intensive and identifies trends, geographic spreads, IP-related employment, etc. (Prepared by Economic and Statistics Administration and United States Patent & Trademark Office, March 2012)
The most important IRS regulations governing transfer pricing are found at 26 CFR 1.482. On August 1, 2006, the IRS issued final and proposed regulations amending this section with respect to Allocation of Income and Deductions from Intangibles.
Issued by the World Intellectual Property Organization
For an in-depth analysis of this case download the full text of Uniloc U.S.A. v. Microsoft Corp.
This is a guide to IP strategy (that IP created by students and university staff) for decision makers in the university environment. Its target market is senior management in higher education in the UK, though the utility of the research will benefit university Technology Transfer Officers in the U.S. and elsewhere. Laws and regulations that only affect universities in the U.S. are not addressed. The guide focuses on university policies and aligning those policies with the appropriate business model.
What is the FTC's perceived role in the exploding area of IP exploitation? This Guide of over 300 pages, published in March of 2011 by the U.S. Federal Trade Commission, details the FTC position that both the Patent System and Competition serve innovation, and innovation is a critical element for long-term, sustainable growth. The Guide champions competition as an equal partner, and expresses the oft heard concern, "Invalid or overbroad patents disrupt that balance by discouraging follow-on innovation, preventing competition, and raising prices through unnecessary licensing and litigation."
In October of 2010, Ian Hargreaves, a global thought leader in intellectual property matters, was appointed Chair of Digital Economy, based jointly in Cardiff School of Journalism, Media and Cultural Studies and Cardiff Business School. The following month, English Prime Minister Cameron commissioned Hargreaves to perform a review of the legal framework underlying intellectual property in the UK, fearing a risk that the current intellectual property framework might not be sufficiently well designed to promote innovation and growth in the UK economy. What has become known as the "Hargreaves Report" was published in May 2011. The detailed report answers the Prime Minister's question "...yes, we have found that the UK's intellectual property framework, especially with regard to copyright, is falling behind what is needed", and supplies alternative remedial strategies.
DMH Stallard, a law firm with offices in London and Gatwick, has commissioned a timely report (May 2011) on the "challenges faced by manufacturers over protecting data and intellectual property in the age of globalization," with an aim to develop recipes for leveraging IP to create long-term value. The Report results from in depth interviews of key executives from different parts of the manufacturing sector in the UK.
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