Valuing Intellectual Property (2014)
2.0 TOTAL MCLE CREDITS: 2.0 Credit Hours in Skills
A developing trend among many sectors is the value of intangible assets. But what are intangible assets? How can you value the Intellectual Property you are responsible for, such as Patents, Trademarks, Customer Lists, Copyrights, Licenses and even customer relationships? How do you value these assets when valuing your Company for purchase, acquisition, reporting, or any other myriad of reasons? What if these assets are incomplete, inaccurate or lacking documentation?
The faculty members discuss verifying owned Intellectual Property, the identification of intangible assets, the legal analysis of the rights in question, and the various methods of valuation process. Placing value on Intellectual Property can be a challenge, and this program will provide the key elements necessary for success.
• The Definition and Types of Intangible Assets
• What Instances Require Valuation?
• The Verification of Owned Intellectual Property
• Identification of Those Intangible Assets
• A Comprehensive Legal Analysis of the Ownership, Scope, and Validity of the Rights in Question
• Valuation Methodologies
• Valuation and Examples of Patents, Copyrights, Trademarks and Other Assets
Mark C. Rifkin, Esq., Wolf Haldenstein Adler Freeman & Herz LLP, NY, NY
Daniel Roche, CPA/ABV, ASA, Business Valuation at Marcum LLP, NY, NY
Brad Taylor, ASA, CVA, Business Valuation at Marcum LLP, Boston, MA
Total Credits: 2.00 | Skills: 2.00
- October 14, 2014
- Online On-Demand