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Calculating Economic Damages in Intellectual Property Infringement Cases, Second Edition

Published by Business Valuation Resources, LLC
By Nancy J. Fannon
Format: PDF, Print
790 pages

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BVR-Calculating-Economic-Damages-in-Intellectual-Property-Infringement-CasesFEATURING ANALYSIS and IN-DEPTH INSIGHTS ON:

  • Expert Testimony
  • Lost Profits Damages
  • Intellectual Property Damages
  • The Unjust Enrichment Remedy
  • And much more

The 2nd edition of the Calculating Economic Damages in IP and Patent Infringement Cases is now available! In this comprehensive resource you’ll find strategies, analysis, case studies, and legal insight to help you calculate and recover the maximum damages incurred due to patent infringement. Nowhere else will you find such a complete and thorough analysis of current case law and the valuation methods that form the basis of damage awards in IP and patent infringement cases.

This completely updated guide also features new materials on case law relating to reasonable certainty and motions to exclude experts in lost profits damages cases. Examples of chapter topics you’ll find in this comprehensive, 790-page guidebook include:

  • Patent Infringement Damages: Lost Profits and Royalties
  • Lost Profits in Trademark and Copyright Cases
  • Use of Survey Research in Damages Estimation
  • Using Internet Analytic Tools for Valuation and Damages Calculations in Internet IP and Infringement and Defamation Cases
  • Plus an expansive section on the unjust enrichment remedy

With Calculating Economic Damages in Intellectual Property Infringement Cases, 2nd Edition, you’ll learn the accepted methods and procedures for calculating damages from financial experts, and you’ll gain critical insight into damages-related legal issues from top IP attorneys. This includes abstracts of important court cases dealing with lost profits damages, and provides the latest analysis of this complex topic. This critical reference also features new materials including an in-depth look at case law relating to reasonable certainty and motions to exclude experts in lost profits damages cases, both by issue and by jurisdiction. 

Calculating Economic Damages in Intellectual Property Infringement Cases, 2nd Edition, is a must-have for all IP professionals, tech transfer executives, and IP attorneys. Here’s an overview of the sections that make up this comprehensive guide…

  • PART 1: EXPERT TESTIMONY IN THE U.S. COURTS
    • Professional Standards for Experts
    • The Process: A Brief Introduction to the U.S. Court Systems, From Filing to Appeal
    • Spoliation of Evidence
    • A Guide to Electronic Discovery and Evidence
    • Expert Depositions: Accountants, Economists, and Appraisers
    • The Reasonable Certainty Requirement in Lost Profits Litigation: What It Really Means
    • Motions to Exclude Financial Experts
  • PART 2: LOST PROFITS DAMAGES
    • Motions to Exclude Expert Testimony
    • Context of the Lost Profits Damages Claim
    • Performing Credible Lost Profit Analyses
    • Projecting But-For Profits
    • Establishing Evidence in Lost Profits Cases
    • Calculating Damages for Early-Stage Companies
    • Lost Profit Versus Lost Business Value
    • Discounting Lost Profits in Damage Measurements
    • Discounting Damages: Case Law
    • Use of Forensic Evidence in a Lost Profits Case
    • Financial Forensics Services for Internal Investigations
    • Business Interruption and Damage Claims
  • PART 3: INTELLECTUAL PROPERTY DAMAGES
    • Intellectual Property Overview
    • Patent Infringement Damages: Lost Profits and Royalties
    • Lost Profits (and Other Damages) in Trademarkand Copyright Cases
    • Uses of Survey Research in Damages Estimation
    • Using Internet Analytic Tools for Valuation and Damages, Calculations in Internet IP Infringement and Defamation Cases
  • PART 4: THE UNJUST ENRICHMENT REMEDY
    • Introduction to Remedies in Equity
    • Counting the Beans: Unjust Enrichment and the Defendant’s Overhead
    • Restitution Rollout: The Restatement (Third) of Restitution & Unjust Enrichment: Counter-Restitution for Monetary Remedies in Equity

About the Publisher and Authors

Technology Transfer Tactics is proud to partner with Business Valuation Resources (BVR) inbringing this important guide to our customers. Every top business valuation firm depends on BVR for authoritative market data, continuing professional education, and expert opinion. BVR’s market databases and analysis have won in the courtroom — and the boardroom — for over a decade.

The author of this valuable resource is Nancy J. Fannon, ASA, CPA-ABV, MCBA, a nationally known expert in the area of economic damages and corporate valuation. She has published three texts on valuation and damages, and has participated as a co-author or technical reviewer of numerous others. Ms. Fannon is the owner of Fannon Valuation Group, a business valuation and litigation support services firm located in Portland, Maine. She frequently serves as a an expert witness or a financial consultant in matters involving complex corporate litigation for public and private companies, and testifies or consults on matters involving economic damages, unjust enrichment/ disgorgement, post-acquisition disputes, shareholder disputes, and other damages.

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