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October 08, 2013
Principal Lisa Cameron Presents at Knowledge Congress Webcast on Patent Infringement Reasonable Royalty Damages Strategies

Brattle principal Lisa Cameron recently spoke during the live webcast “Patent Infringement Reasonable Royalty Damages Strategies In Light of Recent Federal Circuit Decisions,” which took place October 8, 2013 from 12:00PM – 2:00PM EST.

The Federal Circuit in recent years has been increasingly vigilant in requiring patentees to provide solid proof of reasonable royalty damages, especially with regard to the application of the Entire Market Value Rule (i.e., claiming royalties on the entire value of the infringing product) and the use of other patent licenses as “comparable licenses” when determining the royalty rate. Given this apparent increased level of scrutiny, attorneys and experts need to be proactive, diligent, and comprehensive in developing their damages strategies and damages discovery strategies and resulting reasonable royalty damages analyses must be thorough and comprehensive.

Hosted by The Knowledge Group/The Knowledge Congress Live, the live webcast brought together a panel to summarize key Federal Circuit cases that impact reasonable royalty damages and discuss implications of the cases and strategies to consider when conducting discovery of damages related information and in either developing damages analyses or analysing and critiquing damages analyses of adverse parties.

For more information, please visit the webcast’s website.