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Trade Secrets Valuation and Damages

Recorded on: Dec. 6, 2016
Running Time: 00:59:25

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Taken from the Web Program Trade Secrets 2016: What Every IP Attorney Should Know recorded December, 2016 in San Francisco.

Trade Secrets Valuation and Damages [00:59:25]
  • It’s not Georgia-Pacific all over again: what’s different about trade secrets damages?
  • Apportionment:  what impact has the misappropriation had on demand for products and lost sales?
  • Assessing avoided development costs
  • Quantifying an unfair lead time advantage
  • Recent trends and emerging issues in trade secrets damages

Alan Cox

The purchase price of this segment includes the following article from the Course Handbook available online:

  • Trade Secret Valuation: Should Georgia-Pacific Be on Your Mind?
    Jonathan D. Putnam
  • The Georgia-Pacific “method”
    Jonathan D. Putnam

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  • Trade Secrets Valuation and Damages
    Alan Cox
Alan Cox ~ Managing Director and Chair of NERA's Intellectual Property Practice, NERA Economic Consulting
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