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valuation of intellectual property

Robert Pitkethly

valuation of intellectual property

a review and considerationof patents and the potential for further research

by Robert Pitkethly

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Published by Templeton College, Centre for Management Studies in Oxford .
Written in English


Edition Notes

StatementRobert Pitkethly.
SeriesManagement research paper series / Templeton College, Centre forManagement Studies -- no.11, Management research paper (Templeton College,Centre forManagement Studies) -- no.11.
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Open LibraryOL17158644M

Intellectual property (IP) valuation is part science, part art. The science is in the financial formulas that IP valuation analysts use to quantify the myriad of inputs that drive value. IP valuation analysts, regardless of which school they hail from, learn the same formulas.   In an increasingly complex and highly regulated business environment, the accurate and complete valuation of intellectual property is essential. This primer, written by experts in the area, answers some of the most frequently asked questions about identifying the value of the primary types of intellectual property and other intangible assets.

Regardless of what type of intellectual property right you are dealing with, you should consult a licensed and qualified attorney to help you value your intellectual property right and identify what course of action is best for your brand and product. Advantages of Intellectual Property Valuation. Being able to properly value your IP is important.   The value of your intellectual property should be protected in two ways. First, you should file applications to register your copyrights and trademarks, and to seek patents on your works. Second, you should plan the transfer of these assets during your lifetime or through your estate plan.

Startups Intellectual Property: Reflecting Value in Intangible Assets. May By Jon M. Garon*. This column is part of a series of book excerpts from Own It: The Law and Business Guide(tm) to Launching a New Business Through Innovation, Exclusivity and Relevance.. One of the more challenging aspects of developing a company based on intellectual property assets .   The book has been broken down into three sections: The Nature of Intellectual Property, Valuation, and Unique Circumstances. Revised and expanded to include up--to--date information on: including market value and accounting value, capitalization, licensing an royalty rates, domain name valuation, embryonic technology valuation, and university /5(2).


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A new edition of the trusted book on intellectual property Intellectual Property simplifies the process of attaching a dollar amount to intellectual property and intangible assets, be it for licensing, mergers and acquisitions, loan collateral, investment purposes, and determining infringement damages.

The book has been broken down into three sections: The Nature of Intellectual Property, Valuation, and Unique Circumstances. Revised and expanded to include up-to-date information on: including market value and accounting value, capitalization, licensing an royalty rates, domain name valuation, embryonic technology valuation, and university 5/5(2).

The Handbook of Business Valuation and Intellectual Property Analysis presents valuation, damages, and transfer price analyses in a way that is clear, convincing, and cogent for practitioners at every level. Estimating business, security, and intellectual property values is increasingly difficult in today's transformed by: Determining the valuation of intellectual property is often complicated due to the fact that the property is considered an intangible asset.

Intellectual property is becoming an essential asset for corporations to achieve market dominance and maintain profitability as they continue into the future. 0 Reviews "In this book, we attempt to cover some frequently asked questions on intellectual property and intangible assets and to engage in brief discussions on.

The valuation of intellectual property involves assigning a dollar value to the non-tangible assets of an entity. This valuation is a major issue in the mergers and acquisitions field, since a potential acquiree typically claims to have accumulated a significant amount of intellectual property, and wants to be paid for it.

The value of intellectual property can be determined by many factors, but the overarching principle guiding valuation is how much of a competitive advantage over others in the industry your intellectual property provides.

When determining the worth of intellectual property, two methods of valuation have traditionally been used.

The proper valuation of Intellectual Property and Intangible Assets in today’s economy is critical to the value creation process. Though valuers have a number of tools in their toolkits, the field is fast developing. More work remains to move from the theoretical to the practical.

As valuation of IP is extremely complex, judgmental. Intellectual Property Valuation Methods Valuation analysts use numerous approaches in order to reach a reasonable indication of a defined value for the subject intangible assets on a certain date.

One of the most important aspects in valuing an intellectual property asset is the ability of the asset to generate future income. Valuing your intellectual property Like other forms of property, you can buy, sell and license IP, it is important you understand the value your trade mark, patent or design.

Published 12 December. Intellectual property valuation: How to approach the selection of an appropriate valuation method October Journal of Intellectual Capital Céline Lagrost.

Parr's books about intellectual property value and management are published in Japanese, Korean, Italian, and English. He is dedicated to the development of Reviews: 1. Methods of Intellectual Property Valuation This note addresses the methods used in valuing intellectual property, with particular emphasis on valuing patents.

Additionally, the note defines intellectual property and explains its growing importance in the world market. Stiroh & Rapp, ; Tenenbaum, ). But intellectual property is quite different from most tangible assets.

Due to this special character of IP, problems arise in the appraisal process and not every valuation approach is appropriate for the valuation of IP in the same way. In this article the main valuation methods for IP described in. Intellectual Property Valuation and Royalty Determination by Tim Heberden ‐ 1 ‐ Chapter 4 of ‘International Licensing and Technology Transfer: Practice and the Law’, edited by Adam Liberman, Peter Chrocziel, and Russell Levine, update, published by.

Valuation of Intellectual Property Thomas Vander Veen, Ph.D. Navigant Economics CSIFT Technical Session J Thomas Vander Veen, Ph.D. Valuation of Intellectual Property. Context for Valuation Approaches to Valuation Dealing With Risk Licensing, Compliance, Litigation.

Intellectual property (IP) rights are now widely recognised as valuable assets and frequently play an important role in business strategy and overall corporate value. The valuation of IP assets has consequently grown in importance, as these become a major part of many companies’ value and a driver of important market transactions.

This is an invaluable and timely resource for attorneys who need a basic grounding in the principles and financial standards of intellectual property valuation, and who will also benefit from a basic review of the core attributes, categories and permutations of the various intellectual properties.

This book's straightforward discussion is also. Intellectual Property Valuation and Innovation Professor Ruth Taplin, Editor & Director of the Centre for Japanese and East Asian Studies –Book overview & highlights of chapters Dr.

Tim Jones, Founder of Future Agenda –Key points from chapter: Future Innovation & Intellectual Property. While different valuation analysts may approach the valuation assignment differently, the following table illustrates how I believe you should approach the valuation for certain types of intangibles.

Separation of revenue streams and related 2. The expected useful life of the intangible asset 3. Alternative measures of income 4. The valuation process necessitates gathering much more information as well as in-depth understanding of economy, industry, and specific business that directly affect the value of the intellectual property.

Therefore, such information may be gathered from external and / or internal sources.The value of an asset is the value of the future economic benefits it brings.

The value of an asset, whether tangible or intangible, can be estimated. Some assets are easier to value than others, and some valuations are more precise than others. Monetary or financial valuation is the process of determining or.Rationale There are numerous individual reasons or motivations for conducting an intellectual property valuation or economic appraisal analysis.

A valuation is prepared, for example, for transactions, pricing and strategic purposes, financing securitization and collateralization, tax planning and compliance, and litigation support.