San Diego, Calif. – IPmetrics has announced the publication by John Wiley of a new book entitled “Intellectual Property Strategies for the 21st Century Corporation” edited by Lanning Bryer, Scott Lebson and Matthew Asbell of Ladas & Parry LLP. This book is the first in a two-part series designed for senior decision makers, executives, general/corporate counsel and IP counsel to provide greater insight into the contemporary issues facing those who have a role to play in the ownership and management of corporate IP rights in the 21st century. IPmetrics' President, David Drews, contributed to this publication writing the chapter on Properly Evaluating an M&A Target with Intellectual Property Rights.
IPmetrics Intellectual Property Consulting (www.IPmetrics.net) is a USA based firm specializing on the valuation and monetization of intellectual property and intangible assets, as well as the provision of expert services related to the calculation of economic damages in litigation. Founded in 2000, IPmetrics’ professionals offer leading law firms and corporations a full spectrum of intellectual property services including due diligence audits, licensing strategy analysis, IP portfolio appraisal and transfer pricing studies, to support in royalty rate determination, monetization and IP rights litigation.
IPmetrics' clients value the unique combination of experience and qualifications that support our proven ability to identify key issues, apply the most suitable and sophisticated analytical tools to value and communicate results to clients, advisors, and juries. IPmetrics serves clients throughout North America from its California headquarters and has established partnerships with professionals to support European clients.
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