Intellectual Property Valuation: The Legal Counterpart/Counterpoint

Provided by: Franklin Pierce Law Center
Topic: Software
Format: PDF
The author submits that it is clear that in IP (Intellectual Property) valuation one cannot ignore the fundamentals of IPRs in terms of integration strategies for dual or multiple protection of innovation, nor the relevant fundamentals of IP licensing law and practice. If this is true and if it is also true that "Business decisions (should not) end up being made by patent attorneys who may not understand the long-term commercial ramifications," as has been stated by a noted representative of the IP value extraction school, then symbiotic collaboration and teamwork between the two practices is the answer to best serve clients.

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