Valuing Intellectual Property in the Context of Bankruptcy - IIPLA

Valuing Intellectual Property in the Context of Bankruptcy

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About the Course:

Valuing Intangible Assets in Restructuring and Bankruptcy Scenarios

This comprehensive session provides an in-depth overview of how intangible assets, including patents, trademarks, copyrights, and trade secrets, are valued during restructuring scenarios and bankruptcy proceedings. Gain keen insights into the bankruptcy process, including the roles of trustees and creditors’ committees. The session concludes with real-world case studies, offering practical insight into the valuation of intangible assets in bankruptcy.

Key Questions Addressed in This Webinar:

  • What is a stalking horse and its role in bankruptcy?
  • Can recent financing valuations be used to value intangible assets in bankruptcy?
  • Is an apportionment analysis necessary for valuing IP in bankruptcy?
  • When valuing patents, what determines their value for internal use, licensing, or sale?
  • What formulas are accepted for determining the value of trademarks in bankruptcy?
  • What factors are more important than growth rate in determining the trademark asset ratio to annual sales?
  • What discounts should sellers expect when selling trademarks in bankruptcy?
  • Which intangible assets need to be transferred with trademarks to retain value?
  • Who are the most likely purchasers of trade secrets from bankrupt companies?
  • When are fairness opinions or court approvals required to sell intangible assets in bankruptcy?

Course Leader: Fernando Torres, MSc, Chief Economist, IPmetrics LLC

Fernando Torres brings over 30 years of experience in economics, financial analysis, and business management across the U.S. and Mexico. As Chief Economist at IPmetrics LLC, he specializes in the strategic analysis, valuation, and expert witness assessment of intangible assets and intellectual property. His expertise covers transactional and litigation purposes, including bankruptcy and infringement cases.

In recent years, Mr. Torres has handled projects involving the valuation and assessment of infringement damages for copyrights, trademarks, patents, trade secrets, rights of publicity, and other intellectual assets across diverse industries such as commercial agriculture, auto parts, apparel and footwear, retail, pharmaceuticals, entertainment, telecommunications, and non-profit organizations.

Fernando Torres is a member of the National Association of Forensic Economics and the Western Economics Association International. He holds a B.A. in Economics from the Metropolitan University in Mexico City, a Graduate Diploma in Economics from the University of East Anglia (U.K.), and a Master of Science Degree specializing in Econometrics from the University of London, England.

Course Length: Approximately 1.5 hours

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