WMA insights on intellectual property valuation and economic analysis

We’ve just posted numerous new articles from Insights, the esteemed valuation quarterly published by Willamette Management Associates and provided exclusively to subscribers of BVResearch. The new content includes special-focus articles on intellectual property valuation and economic analysis. The new articles include:

  • “The Sport of Kings: Promise and Perils of 21st Century Patent Litigation” by Scott D. Eads, Esq. (Perkins Coie LLP) and Julia E. Markley, Esq. (Perkins Coie LLP)
  • “Valuation Considerations and Methods for a Patent Valuation Analysis” by Katherine A. Gilbert
  • “What to Do When Considering an Intellectual Property Purchase” by Scott Slavick, Esq. (Brinks Hofer Gilson & Lione)
  • “Forensic Patent Evaluations” by Mila Shvartsman and Vlad Shvartsman, Esq. (Shvartsman Laporte Shvartsman)
  • “The Value of a Trade Secret” by Robert P. Schweihs (Willamette Management)
  • “Valuing Trademark Intellectual Property Using the Relief from Royalty Method” by Robert P. Schweihs
  • “Internal Revenue Service Announces That Intangible Assets Qualify as Section 1031 Like-Kind Exchange” by Robert F. Reilly (Willamette Management)
  • “Intellectual Property Valuation, Economic Damages, and Transfer Price Analyses” by Robert F. Reilly
  • “The Role of the Valuation Analyst in Providing Intellectual Property Litigation Services and the AICPA Professional Standards” by James G. Rabe (Willamette Management)
  • “The Importance of Valuing Intellectual Property from an Attorney’s Perspective” by Gail Podolsky, Esq. (Carlton Fields, PA)
  • “Combating Counterfeiting in an Electronic Era” by Camille M. Miller, Esq. (Cozen O’Connor) and Jennie A. Taylor, Esq. (Cozen O’Connor)
  • “The Valuation of Copyright-related Intangible Assets” by C. Ryan Stewart (Willamette Management)