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Explain intellectual company
[July 16, 2011 – 03:33 pm]
Explain intellectual company

By Barry Wilson and Martin Bader On July 9, 2012, a three judge panel of the Federal Circuit in CLS Bank International v. Alice Corporation (Appeal No. 2011-1301) ("CLS Bank"), decided a case of patent eligibility under 35 U.S.C. § 101. In a split decision, the panel reversed the district court's finding that three Alice Corporation patents claiming a computerized trading platform for exchanging obligations are drawn to patent ineligible subject matter. In holding the claims valid, the court found that the claims at issue included computer implemented…

Intangibles explanation
[March 9, 2011 – 08:05 am]
Intangibles explanation

Anything can be measured. This bold assertion is the key to solving many problems in business and life in general. The myth that certain things can t be measured is a significant drain on our nation s economy, public welfare, the environment, and even national security. In fact, the chances are good that some part of your life or your professional responsibilities is greatly harmed by a lack of measurement-by you, your firm, or even your government.Building up from simple concepts to illustrate the hands-on yet intuitively easy application of advanced statistical techniques…

Definition of non-physical assets
[January 25, 2010 – 03:14 pm]
Definition of non-physical assets

2.3 The problem of money In Section 2.1 I put fiat currency – cash and its non-physical equivalent, namely deposits with the central bank that is the sole creator (and destroyer) of fiat currency – at the heart of value and the existing paradigm. An asset, I said, represents the expectation of its owner receiving currency in the future, and the universal value of an asset is an amount of currency such that any individual would or should be indifferent between possessing it and owning the asset. Fiat currency – which is strictly defined and controlled by a central authority…

Price determination of know-how
[October 14, 2011 – 09:26 am]
Price determination of know-how

My birthday, the day I was officially born, is November 12th. My kids birthdays are in May and August. I have another daughter. She was stillborn July 15th. My re-birthday, the day I consider myself reborn, is that same day. 10 years ago today I vowed in the hospital room, as my body shut down with a kind of preeclampsia that kills quickly and suddenly, that I was not going to lose my daughter still connected to me via umbilical cord, placenta, and strong deep emotions. “Over my dead body! Over my dead body!” I repeated like a mantra as I lost touch with reality and found my…

Non-physical resources evaluation
[December 8, 2009 – 09:33 am]
Non-physical resources evaluation

By Todd Griset Last week the federal Bureau of Ocean Energy Management (BOEM) released its assessment of the environmental impacts of leasing sites for offshore wind development in an area of Rhode Island Sound offshore Massachusetts and Rhode Island.  The document, Commercial Wind Lease Issuance and Site Assessment Activities on the Atlantic Outer Continental Shelf Offshore Rhode Island and Massachusetts (379-page PDF), plays an important role in the federal leasing process for offshore wind sites, but it is far from the last step in the process. The National Environmental…

Non-physical assets reporting
[April 4, 2010 – 11:50 am]
Non-physical assets reporting

Aoife Ní Lochlainn : TASC has today published a report on Worker Directors in Ireland, Good for Business? Worker Participation on Boards. This project, supported by the National Worker Director Group, aimed to examine the role and contribution of the worker director to the board and to corporate governance. mployee participation on boards is common is many European countries. Some countries, such as Germany provide for worker directors in both the public and the private sector. In Ireland, employee participation at board level is underpinned by the Worker Participation Acts…

Buying human resources
[February 20, 2013 – 05:47 pm]
Buying human resources

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Valuating unidentifiable assets
[December 1, 2011 – 04:02 pm]
Valuating unidentifiable assets

According to a Form 8-K filed on May 26, 2011, on May 24 the board of directors of Hines Real Estate Investment Trust, Inc. (“Hines REIT”) established an estimated per share value of its common stock of $7.78; the previous estimated per share value was $10.08.  Beginning with its Form 10-Q for the quarterly period ended June 30, 2010, Hines REIT noted the negative impact of declining real estate fundamentals on the value of its real estate investments, stating that the decline was “expected to negatively impact the estimated value of [its] shares determined by [its] board of…

Intangible assets acquitions
[March 12, 2011 – 01:44 pm]
Intangible assets acquitions

Johnson & Johnson (NYSE:JNJ) said Tuesday fiscal second-quarter profit dropped nearly 50 per cent amid waning sales, a hefty charge for litigation and acquisition-related costs, prompting a lower full year earnings forecast. The New Jersey-based company makes everything from Aveeno baby oil to Listerine mouth wash, Band Aids and Nicorette gum. Net income dwindled to $1.4 billion, or 50 cents per share, in contrast with a year-earlier profit of $2.7 billion, or $1 per share. Removing a write-down of intangible assets tied to its Crucell vaccines unit and acquisition-related…

How to evaluate discounted cash flaw?
[November 18, 2010 – 08:16 am]
How to evaluate discounted cash flaw?

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Buying intellectual assets
[January 17, 2011 – 04:19 pm]
Buying intellectual assets

Large parts of commercial businesses in modern economies are technology driven. The constant number of acquisitions, joint ventures and takeovers in the information technology sector makes intellectual property an increasingly important topic. Entities participating in the above-mentioned transactions need to adequately protect themselves against being misled or overestimating the value of the transaction. For this reason, they will inevitably need to conduct intellectual property due diligence. Properly carried out intellectual property due diligence can be beneficial both…

Non-physical assets financial reporting
[August 18, 2012 – 11:04 am]
Non-physical assets financial reporting

From MND: A Georgetown law professor is proposing that a Resolution Trust Corporation (RTC) like entity might be the key to getting the housing market back on track. In Clearing the Mortgage Market through Principal Reduction:  A Bad Bank for Housing (RTC 2.0) Adam J. Levitin considers ways in which negative equity problems might be addressed and assesses the feasibility of using a “ bad bank ” entity for pooling and standardized restructuring and resecuritization of underwater mortgages.  This is the first of two MND articles summarizing the paper which Levitin wrote for The…

Acquisition of intellectual assets
[February 17, 2012 – 01:18 pm]
Acquisition of intellectual assets

Tony Long: **uly 18, 1942: World's First Operational Jet Fighter Takes Wing:** 1942: The third prototype of the Messerschmitt 262 becomes the first true operational jet plane when it takes to the skies over Bavaria at the height of World War II. Engine problems, other teething difficulties and political bungling delayed its debut as a combat aircraft until 1944, but when it arrived, the twin-jet Me 262 showed that with an experienced pilot at the controls, it was more than a match for the best Allied fighters, including Britain's own jet, the Gloster Meteor…

Explanation of intellectual assets
[October 8, 2012 – 10:21 am]
Explanation of intellectual assets

The module “organization and intellectual capital” seeks to understand individual and social attitudes in a learning context. The aim of the course is to provide students with different theories and real cases to understand the process and consequences of knowledge management. In addition, the course proposes to raise awareness on the one hand of what kind of possibilities exist to protect intellectual assets and on the other hand how to avoid to infringe the intellectual property of others. A further objective is to give a theoretical explanation of the system openness of the…