Intellectual Property Valuation: A Primer for Identifying and Determining Value

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American Bar Association, Section of Intellectual Property Law, 2005 - Law - 266 pages
"In this book, we attempt to cover some frequently asked questions on intellectual property and intangible assets and to engage in brief discussions on the subject of identifying value. We identify many of the main types of intellectual property and intangible assets. We also look at the primary, traditional, and not-so-traditional methods of valuing these assets and include case studies and various situations in which the valuation of these assets is required." -- from the Introduction, p. 3.

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About the author (2005)

Wes Anson is chairman of CONSOR, an intellectual asset consulting firm specializing in trademark, patent, and copyright licensing, valuations, and expert testimony, with offices in California, New York, and London. CONSOR's clients include Caterpillar, Donna Karan,, General Motors, Harrods, McDonald's, and numerous others. Mr. Anson is a previous co-chair of the American Bar Association's Trademark Licensing subcommittee, is co-chair of the Asset Sales Committee for the American Bankruptcy Institute, and is a member of numerous other committees and professional organizations. In addition, he is an international intellectual property arbitrator with National Arbitration and Mediation (NAM). Mr. Anson is a frequent speaker and author, with more than 150 articles to his credit, as well as several books. He received an MBA with honors from Harvard University.

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