| Financial Litigation Clinic—Business and Intellectual Property Damages (157B)
Course CPE: 15 hour(s)
Field(s) of Study: Business Law–4 hrs; Economics–11 hrs
Program Level: Basic
Prerequisites: Previous training or experience with the fundamentals of accounting, finance, economics, and business writing. These individuals are often at the staff or entry level in organizations, although such programs may also benefit a seasoned professional with limited exposure to the area
Delivery Method: QAS Self-Study
Advanced Preparation: None
A Certificate of Educational Achievement (CEA) will be awarded to course attendees who successfully complete and pass the exam.
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|Part 1—Advanced Concepts in Lost Profits Calculations
Part 2—Special Considerations for Lost Profits Calculations
Part 3—Patent Damages I
Part 4—Patent Damages II
Part 5—Trademark and Copyright Damages
This Financial Litigation Clinic focuses on the legal foundations, methodologies, best practices, and current trends in business damages and infringement of patents, trademarks, copyrights, and other intellectual property.
After completing the course, attendees will be able to:
- Identify quantitative methodologies in the measurement of damages
- Select damages methods and models appropriate to the facts and circumstances (and the governing law)
- Identify advanced damages concepts in preparing a damage calculation that will withstand scrutiny
- Identify business interruption insurance and damage claims
- Differentiate between the similarities and differences in utility patent, design patent, trademark, copyright, and trade secrets damages
- Select valuation concepts to intellectual property damages
- Identify the basic components to address in an intellectual property damages expert report
- Identify the recent history of the entire market value rule (EMVR)
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