Illustrative examples highlight revised book on valuing intangibles

BVWireIssue #147-2
December 10, 2014

A comprehensive resource for valuing intangibles has been revised and is now available. Robert Reilly and Bob Schweihs, Willamette Management Associates managing directors, wrote this new 700-page book, Guide to Intangible Asset Valuation. The authors take a broad approach, so the book is a valuable resource for novice and seasoned expert alike. They go through the basics of valuing intellectual property and intangible assets, and they provide detailed examples for each generally accepted valuation approach.

The book also covers topics such as due diligence procedures and measurement methods for economic damages; allowable intercompany transfer price analysis methods; intangible asset fair value accounting valuation issues, and much more.

The book is available from BVR. For more details, click here.

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