Winning the patent damages case : a litigator's guide to economic models and other damage strategies /
- Publication info:
- Oxford ; New York : Oxford University Press, 2011.
Osgoode Hall Law School Library
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- Winning the patent damages case : a litigator's guide to economic models and other damage strategies / Richard F. Cauley.
- Main Author:
- Cauley, Richard F.
Oxford ; New York : Oxford University Press, 2011
- 2nd ed.
- Item Description:
- Physical Description:
xiv, 172 p. ; 24 cm.
Includes bibliographical references and index.
9780199767564 ((pbk.) : alk. paper)
Table of Contents
- Winning the reasonable royalty case
- Introducing the combatants
- Stranger than fiction : imagining the hypothetical negotiation
- Finding the price of the patent : is there an established royalty?
- Gauging the infringer's price range : licensing-in practices
- Keeping it exclusive : how valuable is that license?
- Keeping it to yourself : the hypothetical negotiation where the seller does not want to sell
- Selling your enemy the stick to beat you with : the hypothetical negotiation where the plaintiff and defendant compete
- Boosting the royalty rate with unpatented products : mercy sakes alive! looks like we got us a convoy!
- How much time is left? : the effect of an expiring patent
- Buy my product, buy my patent! : how the success of a patenholder's (or even an infringer's) product can raise the royalty rate
- Why new and improved costs more than the old stuff : the better your invention, the higher the royalty rate
- The smaller the bang, the smaller the bucks : allocating the value of the patented compontent
- The theory of lost profits
- Market players
- Working the hypothetical work-around : alternatie non-infringing substitutes
- Lost profits on unpatented products and components : the entire market value rule
- Recovering profits lost by price erosion : paying attention to the demand curve.