From experience, the bankruptcy of a technology company also places high demands on the liquidator in terms of industrial property rights.
In particular, patents and trademarks often make up a large proportion of the company’s value.
Bad decisions can destroy these values or cause high, unnecessary costs.
Serviva has developed a procedure that allows the fast and transparent identification of valuable property rights (patent and trademark evaluation in bankruptcy).
In a very short time, an assessment can be made as to whether the respective property rights can be assessed and subsequently utilised in the first place. Furthermore, Serviva offers temporary patent management in bankruptcy.
During this process, for example, decisive documents for the continuation of patents are prepared, and the necessary exchange of letters with attorneys is managed.
Of course, Serviva also takes over the marketing of property rights in bankruptcy.
In principle, this includes both individual property rights and larger (patent) portfolios.
A performance-based remuneration model reduces the financial risk for the liquidator or for the creditors to a minimum