Assessing damages theories in recent trade secret verdicts
Trade secret protection is more important than ever with increased employee mobility, blurred lines between technology collaborators and competitors, ease of...
Robert B. Goldman assists clients in developing and implementing strategies for managing and realizing value from their intellectual property portfolios.
He has consulted on numerous engagements involving the valuation of intellectual property and intangible assets for licensing and sale transactions, mergers and acquisitions, corporate spin-outs, corporate restructuring, and other purposes.
Mr. Goldman is experienced in performing IP analytics research to assist clients in making informed IP-related decisions in variety of contexts such as M&A due diligence, transaction target identification and prioritization, and risk assessment. His litigation experience includes the determination of reasonable royalties and lost profits in patent infringement matters, valuation/damages in technology license disputes, and damages in trade secret misappropriation matters.
Mr. Goldman is active in the Licensing Executives Society (LES) as a frequent speaker and instructor on IP Valuation and IP Intelligence and is an adjunct professor at Northwestern Law School teaching IP Valuation in the Master of Science in Law program.