LES Toronto Chapter presents:
Intellectual Property is an Asset - Learn How to Value It
Sharpen your Pencils in this Interactive One-Day Course
Thursday, April 18, 2019
8:00 a.m.-5:00 p.m.
79 Wellington Street West
33rd Floor, TD South Tower
Toronto, ON M5K 1N2
How do you value on your intellectual property assets?
Have you ever wondered whether you left money on the table? Has the other side ever suddenly lost interest in your offer?
Join us for this interactive course taught by Scott Weingust who leads Stout's intellectual property valuation practice (Chicago USA), where you will:
- Get a solid foundation on the three primary IP valuation approaches and how and when to apply them in different contexts
- Walk through the key steps and considerations in implementing a cost, market and income approach valuation and learn to apply these with hands-on exercises.
- Learn practical approaches for assessing risk and incorporating risk adjustments
- into an IP valuation
- Apply IP valuation to develop negotiating strategies and deal terms and how deal terms can be used to manage risk
- Implement what you’ve learned in a mock case study
Move to the next level in negotiating your deals by applying valuation approaches that the experts use.
Continental breakfast and lunch to be served.
Before April 1, 2019
LES Member: 297.00 CDN
Non-member: 347.00 CDN
LES Student: 97.00 CDN
|After April 1, 2019
LES Member: 397.00 CDN
Non-member: 447.00 CDN
LES Student: 147.00 CDN
Fees are processed in USD.
Scott Weingust- Managing Director - Intellectual Property Valuation Expert - Stout, Chicago IL
Scott Weingust leads Stout’s intellectual property valuation practice. Based in Chicago, Scott has over 20 years of experience providing consulting services to a variety of corporations in the areas of intellectual property valuation, damages, monetization, and management.
Scott has provided testimony as a damages and valuation expert in intellectual property-related litigation including having offered opinions in U.S. Federal District Court. Scott has performed due diligence and valued intellectual property and other intangible assets for a variety of purposes. These include, but are not limited to, transactions (licensing, M&A, etc.), tax strategy and compliance (transfer pricing, etc.), corporate strategic decision-making, and use of intellectual property to attract capital (debt and equity financing).
Scott is currently an adjunct professor at the DePaul University College of Law and The John Marshall Law School where he teaches courses on intellectual property valuation. He is the immediate past chair of the Licensing Executives Society’s Valuation & Pricing Committee.
This event is generously sponsored by:
CANCELLATION and REFUND POLICY:
LES (USA & Canada), Inc. extends refunds for meeting and education program cancellations received up to 14 days before the program begins. A $100 cancellation fee will apply. Refunds are not available for cancellations received less than 14 days before an event.
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