Intellectual asset deals and decisions

Intellectual asset deals and decisions

Building and enforcing intellectual property value: An international guide for the boardroom


IP value 2009 is a unique publication designed specifically for those holding senior positions in IP-owning companies. It reflects the fact that the identification, creation and exploitation of assets such as patents, trademarks, copyrights and know-how is now a mainstream boardroom issue.

IP value 2009 provides the international business community with a thorough analysis of the latest developments in IP protection, valuation, tax and finance. The publication aims to give key decision-makers the information they need in order to ask the right questions of their advisers when assessing their company’s IP value.

Click on an article title below to download.

Identifying and managing intangibles: What's in your closet?

PwC article, published in IP value guide 2009, on intellectual asset management that offers the PwC perspective showing how proper management of intangible assets can generate additional revenue streams.

IP owners: Leaving big money on the table

PwC article, published in IP value guide 2009, on how certain licensing activities can adversely affect an IP owner's revenue stream.

Intellectual asset deals and decisions

PwC article, published in IP value guide 2009, explores different methods, and their benefits and drawbacks, for valuing IP.

Protecting and commercializing patentable intellectual property

PwC article, published in IP value guide 2009, examines the complexities and need for proper protection and support when it comes to commercializing IP.

Inter-company pricing of intangibles: Global developments and their impact on your business

PwC article, published in IP value guide 2009, looks at how US and global guidelines and rules address intangibles and their impact on the pricing of inter-company transactions.