What are patents and trademarks worth? An independent evaluation by Serviva gives you the answer.
We offer the evaluation for a quick and cost-effective qualitative assessment of the marketing opportunities and risks of a technology or the related industrial property rights.
A quantitative or monetary evaluation of patents is based on an adequate assessment procedure and, as a result, yields a numerical value or a range of figures which objectively represents the value of the property rights.
The procedures used for this can be applied both to individual protection rights and to patent portfolios.
For efficient control of a larger patent portfolio, it may be helpful to develop an individual rating system that takes into account industry and company specifics.
Serviva helps companies to develop an individual system for evaluating their own patent portfolio.
Thus, for example, at the push of a button, you can identify particularly valuable intellectual property rights or filter out patents that are suitable for licensing.
When assessing industrial property rights in the event of bankruptcy , special secondary conditions must be taken into account. At this point, the extensive practical experience of the Serviva project managers in the utilisation of property rights is an advantage.
A special case of patent/inventiveness assessment is the case of employee inventor compensation, which raises the question as to how high an equitable remuneration for the patent-pending invention of one or more employees is to be applied and what remuneration is to be paid from the owner of the property rights.
Further information on the realistic assessment of trademark rights is provided by the monetary evaluation of trademarks.
We expressly point out that Serviva GmbH does not provide legal advice and, therefore, does not evaluate the legal validity of intellectual property rights. Related questions should be clarified with representatives of the legal advisory professions.