Patent Infringement: Proving Royalty Damages Amid Increased Court Scrutiny
Use of Licenses, the EMVR, Daubert, Survey Evidence
Recording of a 90-minute CLE webinar with Q&A
This CLE webinar will provide guidance to patent counsel for establishing infringement damages. The panel will review recent significant decisions and offer best practices for proving reasonable royalty damages.
- Recent significant decisions, including:
- Ericsson, Inc. v. D-Link
- VirnetX, Inc. v. Cisco
- Apple Inc. v. Motorola Inc.
- SSL Services, LLC v. Citrix Sys., Inc.
- Aqua Shield v. Inter Pool Cover Team
- Proving royalty damages
- Surveys (proving demand, usage and/or apportionment)
- Best practices
The panel will review these and other key issues:
- What guidance do recent court decisions provide for proving patent damages?
- When can the EMVR be applied to establish royalty damages? What constitutes the smallest salable unit?
- What methods can be used to provide reasonable royalty patent damages?
- How can counsel overcome the challenges involved in proving royalty damages when multiple patents are involved?
- How can surveys be used to prove or disprove the EMVR, and to estimate the demand for and value of a patent?
Mr. Armon’s practice focuses on patent litigation, with particular emphasis on software and electronics patent... | Read More
Mr. Armon’s practice focuses on patent litigation, with particular emphasis on software and electronics patent litigation cases. He has recently litigated patents involving SaaS software, database architectures, Enterprise Resource Planning financial systems, and optical transceivers, among others. Mr. Armon is a frequent lecturer on licensing, IP and patent matters.Close
Krista F. Holt
President & CEO
Ms. Holt provides expert witness testimony at trial for patent, trademark, trade secret, copyright, false... | Read More
Ms. Holt provides expert witness testimony at trial for patent, trademark, trade secret, copyright, false advertising, antitrust, and breach of contract cases for analysis of lost profits, determination of reasonable royalties, accounting of defendant’s profits, licensing and intellectual property valuation.Close