By understanding the factors that impact the economics of IP, companies can manage risk and make more informed decisions around whether to develop in-house, in-license, or acquire via M&A technologies important to the commercial success of the enterprise.
CHICAGO (PRWEB) February 14, 2023
Ocean Tomo, a part of J.S. Held, announces the Intellectual Property (IP) Economics™ resource center. With content curated and created by Ocean Tomo Chief Economist and Special Advisor Dr. Alan Marco, the IP Economics™ resource center is a platform to share insights and experience for an enhanced understanding of the economic issues surrounding intellectual property rights and the IP system.
The IP Economics resource center helps businesses make informed decisions focused on creating, managing, and monetizing company intangible assets. Overseen by Ocean Tomo Chief Economist Dr. Alan Marco, former Chief Economist of the United States Patent and Trademark Office (USPTO), the IP Economics resource center is uniquely focused on the economics of IP, including the processes of IP creation, management, and dissemination. “Through the IP Economics resource center, I will report on a wide range of topics, such as the economic value of patents, copyrights, trademarks, and other forms of IP and intangible assets; the economic incentives for innovation and creativity; the administration of the IP system, and the role of IP in competition and market structure,” notes Dr. Marco.
Ocean Tomo Managing Director overseeing Intellectual Property Strategy and Valuation, Greg Campanella, observes, “understanding intellectual property economics can improve IP management decision-making.” He continues, “by understanding the factors that impact the economics of IP, companies can make more informed decisions on whether to develop in-house, license, or acquire via M&A technologies important to the commercial success of the enterprise.”
“Companies can use their understanding of IP economics to negotiate better terms in IP licensing agreements and to make informed decisions about licensing out their IP,” observes Ocean Tomo Managing Director Ryan Zurek.
“Companies that operate across multiple countries can benefit from understanding the differences in national IP systems,” notes Senior Managing Director Michael K. Milani, who oversees the global intellectual property practice of Ocean Tomo, a part of J.S. Held. Through the IP Economics resource center, Dr. Marco provides useful insights to companies to manage their IP and IP litigation risk profile across markets.
Please visit to learn more about the Intellectual Property Economics Resource Center and how the Ocean Tomo Chief Economist insights can impact your business: https://www.oceantomo.com/white-papers/intellectual-property-economics/.
About Ocean Tomo, a part of J.S. Held
Established in 2003, Ocean Tomo provides Financial Expert, Management Consulting, and Advisory Services related to intellectual property (IP) and other intangible assets; corporate accounting investigations; regulatory and reporting obligations; solvency and restructuring; and contractual or competition disputes. Practice offerings address economic damage calculations and testimony; accounting investigations and financial forensics; technology and intangible asset valuation; strategy and risk management consulting; mergers and acquisitions; debt and equity private placement; and IP brokerage. Subsidiaries of Ocean Tomo include Ocean Tomo Investments Group, LLC, a registered broker-dealer.
As a part of J.S. Held, Ocean Tomo works alongside more than 1500 professionals globally and assists clients – corporations, insurers, law firms, governments, and institutional investors – on complex technical, scientific, and financial matters across all assets and value at risk.
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