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Patent Valuation report costs
[February 17, 2013 – 12:44 pm]
Patent Valuation report costs

By New Century: Usually, for any given company, there are very fair and logical bearish and bullish arguments surrounding the company s prospects and future share price movements. But, rarely, prospects seem to be very one-sided. Lately, I can t understand not wanting to own BlackBerry (BBRY) at its current share price ($14). I think that it s an incredibly attractive and relatively safe investment, given its current valuation, stable emerging-markets and enterprise business, and significant upside potential from BB10. On February 15th, Blackberry closed at a market cap of $7.29…

Patent Valuation option
[June 20, 2011 – 08:11 am]
Patent Valuation option

Second part of the interview with Alan Engel , President at Paterra, Inc. and international advisor for technology transfer at the Japan Science & Technology Agency. The day after the first part of this interview appeared, Japan’s Tohoku-Pacific Coast suffered one of history’s largest and most devastating earthquakes and tsunamis. ipe: Alan, how did the recent earthquake and tsunami disasters shape your thoughts on patent valuation and technology transfer? Alan:      In the aftermath of the disaster, I decided to focus attention on how patent valuation and technology…

Patent Valuation Opportunities Practice Area
[May 20, 2008 – 01:55 am]
Patent Valuation Opportunities Practice Area

Patents create value for their owners in a variety of different ways. One of the biggest problems with nearly all patent valuation techniques is a failure to be explicit about what kind of value they are attempting to measure. It is essential to have an accurate model of value types in order to identify the source of the information that is needed, and also to formulate the correct approach for interpreting that information. The Four Kinds of Patent Value Patents basically allow the rights holder to pursue legal measures to prevent others from practicing the subject matter…

Patent Valuation Murphy
[February 7, 2013 – 09:03 am]
Patent Valuation Murphy

In December the Tax Justice Network published  a paper  by Sol Picciotto outlining a 21st Century blueprint for taxing multinational companies. Amid rising public concern at how multinational firms ride roughshod over international tax rules, the paper advocated a shift to a system of Unitary Taxation under which the global profits of a multinational are ‘apportioned out’ to countries according to the genuine economic substance of what it does in each place. Each country can then tax its share of global profits at its own rate. This paper, Towards Unitary Taxation of Transnational…

Patent Valuation model
[February 7, 2013 – 01:33 pm]
Patent Valuation model

Amazon has been granted  a patent for an “electronic marketplace” where owners who purchased IP rights to digital content can resell those rights. The company originally filed for the patent in 2009. Here’s how it would work: Digital objects including e-books, audio, video, computer applications, etc., purchased from an original vendor by a user are stored in a user’s personalized data store. Content in a personalized data store may be accessible to the user via transfer such as moving, streaming, or download. When the user no longer desires to retain the right to access the…

Patent Valuation market approach
[February 19, 2013 – 10:59 am]
Patent Valuation market approach

Assemble a valuation team. Expertise in patent law, an understanding of. A cost approach is seldom useful for patents, and the market approach may not. Due to their unique nature, patent valuations are less often derived from the cost or market approaches to value. However, when appropriate, AccuVal has. or do I need a market-value (“I am able to sell this patent for five. known as classical enterprise- valuation: Cost-, income- and market-approach. While this approach can have limitations it can be a useful sense check to support other patent valuation methodologies. 3. Market…

Patent Valuation course
[February 19, 2013 – 11:00 am]
Patent Valuation course

PVG will be discussed in detail in the Valuation of Emerging Technologies and Patents course. The imperative of valuing patents has largely been met with anticipatory surrender on the part of corporate managers. BECOME A CPVA (Certified Patent Valuation Analyst) GIIP launches the CPVA course in India. The CPVA curriculum is designed to prepare financial.

Patent Valuation cost method
[December 28, 2011 – 09:51 pm]
Patent Valuation cost method

Author: Alok Samal With   the growing significance of Intellectual Property Rights, the IPR management has experienced an unprecedented growth in last two decades. Today, with almost every nation on the planet being a member of WIPO and TRIPS, there is a massive globalization going on in the IPRs. This has changed the way we used to value firms and today IP takes a centre stage in many technology intensive industries (the best example is the $12.5 billion deal of Google for Motorola of which the patent portfolio of 17 patents constitutes a major chunk). Now, every firm with…

Patent Valuation Consultant
[June 18, 2012 – 08:06 pm]
Patent Valuation Consultant

Implications from China Growth China is the key country in the world of business and politics today. With its enormous population and highly educated workforce, and its manufacturing prowess, China is a force to be reckoned with. Intellectual property rights are protected in China, although most of the world seems to have a vast ignorance of Chinese IP protection mechanisms and their effectiveness in China. The West is attempting to establish intellectual property rights enforcement structures in China similar to the way they exist in the West. However, China is unlikely to…

Patent Valuation and income approach
[February 19, 2013 – 11:02 am]
Patent Valuation and income approach

Income approach of intellectual property valuation. of the projected future income flow arising from the subject IP (patent) during its economic life.

Novell Selling patents to Microsoft
[November 23, 2010 – 08:47 am]
Novell Selling patents to Microsoft

So, next stage in Microsoft’s war against Free Software commences. Novell sold all their patents to Microsoft-owned consortium, while Mono goes to Seattle-based Attachmate Corporation, in order to attach more victims for Microsoft. SEC filling is very clear: Also on November 21, 2010, Novell entered into a Patent Purchase Agreement (the “Patent Purchase Agreement”) with CPTN Holdings LLC, a Delaware limited liability company and consortium of technology companies organized by Microsoft Corporation (“CPTN”). The Patent Purchase Agreement provides that, upon the terms and subject…

Legal definition of Copyright violation
[January 28, 2013 – 05:22 pm]
Legal definition of Copyright violation

Last week we broke the news that the island nation Antigua and Barbuda wants to start a Government run “pirate” site. Today, this plan came a step closer to reality when the Caribbean country received authorization from the WTO to suspend U.S. copyrights during a meeting in Geneva. This decision affirms the preliminary approval that was granted to Antigua in 2007 after the country won a gambling related trade dispute against the United States. At the moment it’s still unclear what Antigua’s exact plans are but TorrentFreak is informed that the media portal will offer movies…

Intellectual Assets: Valuation and Capitalization
[February 19, 2013 – 10:57 am]
Intellectual Assets: Valuation and Capitalization

Моя история. Книги в Google Play. Intellectual Assets: Valuation and Capitalization. 0. United Nations. Economic Commission for Europe. Round Table on Valuation and Capitalization of Intellectual Assets (2002 : Geneva, Switzerland). Online Versions. Table of contents.

Human Resources Shared Services model
[January 16, 2013 – 09:58 am]
Human Resources Shared Services model

Our client is a major bank and is currently seeking an experienced HR Shared Services professional to lead its team. Reporting to the Head of HR, you will manage a small team and oversee the day-to-day HR Shared Services from onboarding, offboarding to data and HR systems reporting. You will ensure compliance, quality, efficiency and accuracy of information. You will manage and track reviews of HR policies/procedures and improve overall efficiency and quality. Key requirements: • At least 8 years’ relevant HR experience, with minimum 2 years in HR shared services • Strong leadership…