Patent Valuation Workshop
Detailed Case Studies on 1.5 Days
- Practical tips for the execution of a patent valuation
- Case study basics to financial mathematics
- Case study development of rationales for value constitution
- Case study assessment of market values for large portfolios
- Case study analyzing the rationales for margins of assessment
Aims and objectivesThe valuation of patents has become important since companies tend not only to protect their products from imitation or prevent patent infringement, but also to generate revenue from their patents. Although patent valuation is not equivalent to calculation, any decent patent valuation analyst needs to do the right math. In order to get the valuation analysis right, it is necessary to master the necessary mathematics. Our patent valuation workshop will provide attendees with the opportunity to train their patent valuation skills through four case studies which become more and more difficult, thus preparing them for future patent valuation challenges. Attendees will need to compute throughout the course.
1st day: 14:00 - 18:00,
2nd day: 09:00 - 17:00
- The mathematics needed to compute present value and net value
- Dos and don'ts for setting up a valuation model before a concrete valuation task
- How to deal with unused patents, patent applications and know-how
- The challenge of evaluating complex patent portfolios
- Valuating innovative technologies
- Analyzing valuation parameters
- Understanding the necessity and the effectiveness of discount rates
- Assessment of discount rates
- Recognition of an IP Holding in the balance sheet
- Estimating the future for valuation purposes vs. retrospective observation
- Regional coverage of markets and manufacturing countries
- Patent valuation during technology development
- Patent valuation in the pharmaceutical industry
- Assessment of the objectified market value
- Valuation in an insolvency context
- Claim chart analysis for substantiating value constitution
- Non practicing entities (NPE) and patent valuation
- Estimating FRAND compliant royalty rates
- Assessment of the arbitral award
- Detection and treatment of value increasing / decreasing factors
Prof. Dr. Alexander J. Wurzer advises on strategic IP management since 1999. His professional focus is, among others, the valuation of IP assets. He is Professor at CEIPI and holds lectures (in Patent Valuation) at numerous international universities and institutions. He is also Chairman of the German committee for the standardization of patent valuation (DIN 77100), member of the group of experts on IP Valuation of the European Commission and internationally recognized expert for IP valuation in a FRAND context and licensing transactions.
Theo Grünewald is an IP valuation expert with more than 10 years of practical experience. He is a member of the German standardization committee that set up the general principles for monetary patent valuation (DIN 77100) and co-author of several books on this subject.
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