Intellectual Property Valuation Approaches and Methods

About the Course: Through highly detailed case studies and elaborate models, this session demonstrates the application of the following valuation methods: Cost Method: Case Study – Computer Software Copyrights and Trade Secrets Market Method: Case Study – Trademarks and Trade Names Income Method: Case Study – Patented Pharmaceutical Products The following are among the issues illuminated during the webinar: Reproduction cost new Replacement cost new Amortization factors Intellectual property developer’s profit Calculating entrepreneurial incentive Economic obsolescence Comparable uncontrolled transaction method Comparable profit margin method Relief from royalty method Residual income method Multi-period excess earnings method Profit split method Revenue decay rate Excel models relevant to the case studies are included. Course Leaders: Robert F. Reilly, Managing Director, Willamette Management Associates> and Kevin M. Zanni, Manager, Willamette Management Associates Robert Reilly is a true luminary in the field of business valuation. Both Messrs. Reilly and Zanni have performed the following types of valuation and economic analyses: economic event analyses, merger and acquisition valuations, divestiture and spin-off valuations, solvency and insolvency analyses, fairness and adequacy opinions, ESOP formation and adequate consideration analyses, private inurement/intermediate sanctions opinions, acquisition purchase accounting allocations, reasonableness of compensation analyses, restructuring and reorganization analyses, tangible asset/intangible asset intercompany transfer price analyses, and lost profits/economic damages analyses. Our speakers have prepared these valuation and economic analyses for the following purposes: transaction pricing and structuring (merger, acquisition, liquidation, and divestiture); taxation planning and compliance (federal income, gift, and estate tax; state and local property tax; transfer tax); financing securitization and collateralization; employee corporate ownership (ESOP formations and transactions); forensic analysis and dispute resolution; corporate strategic planning and management information; bankruptcy and troubled company support (recapitalization, reorganization, restructuring); financial accounting and public reporting; and regulatory compliance and corporate governance. Messrs. Reilly and Zanni have valued the following types of business entities and securities: closely held business enterprises, fractional business interests, various classes of common/preferred stock, interest-bearing debt issues, intangible assets, general and limited partnership interests, and limited liability company interests. Course Length: Approx. 1.5 hours
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