We take a patent-based approach to valuation using between 10-25 patent-related criteria that will provide you with a measure of the value or strength of your patent or patent portfolio.
The algorithm we use for patent valuation differs from those that economists or finance practitioners use (e.g., market, cost, or income-based patent valuation). What we use instead are patent parameters that patent lawyers understand very well.
The specific combination of patent valuation criteria that we use may vary depending, for example, on the availability of data for a given criterion. We may also select a set of criteria for use in a valuation based on a client’s objectives (e.g., for patent acquisition or licensing) or requirements.