Valuation of intellectual property (IP) assets and assessment of their current and future status, whether technical or otherwise, is important for successful business of the company. Periodic IP inspections ensure the company’s competitiveness on the challenging and rapidly changing global market. They can also protect the company from violations of regulations, potential litigations and liability.
It is not uncommon that the primary source of income is not only and not so much material resources, as intangible assets of the company including its reputation, i.e. brand, which market value can be manifold above the total value of all its tangible assets. To this must be added that understanding the brand value enables adequate response to willful exchange rate fluctuations reducing the likelihood of inconsiderate steps because of the market underestimates or, on the contrary, speculative overheating of the company shares. So, any branded product has its price, which depends on the prospects, confidence or expectations of consumers and time spent on the market.
Intellectual property (IP) is a right to intellectual deliverables. Either legal entity or individual may be an owner of IP. In the former case, intellectual property is carried in intangible assets.
IP includes owner’s rights confirmed by a patent, license or another document for:
Valuation of intellectual property (industrial properties, know-how, copyrighted assets) is performed for the following purposes:
When fulfilling intellectual property valuation orders, Good Rights Company experts do the following:
List of documents and information required to measure intellectual property and intangible assets:
This list of documents is provisional and may be shortened or extended after the valuer has carefully analyzed the valuation assignment.