Edgeworth experts provide economic valuations of patents for legal and business clients.  Our analyses are used by clients in a variety of contexts, including tax strategies and the anticipation of potential litigation in the context of mediations and early-stage negotiations for one-way or cross-licenses. We also offer valuations of patented technologies for licensing or partnership opportunities. 

Our licensing and valuation experts work with clients to answer strategic economic questions, such as:

  • How can parties to a cross-licensing negotiation assess the relative value of their portfolios or their respective “proud list” patents? 
  • Are there initial indicators of the economic value of the patents that can be assessed before engaging in costly litigation? 
  • Will existing licenses be sufficiently comparable that they set a benchmark for the patents-in-suit?
  • What is the economic value that can be generated by incorporating a new patented feature into existing products? How does that value-added compare to alternative methods?

Case Experience

Case Experience

Insights & News


  • IAM Magazine | 01.01.2013

    Dr. Fei Deng participates in a roundtable discussion on the state of IP valuation in China for IAM Magazine.

  • Law360 | 06.28.2011

    Edgeworth experts examine decisions made by the Court of Appeals for the Federal Circuit (CAFC), and review the court’s directives and standards as they apply to calculating royalty damages.


Practice Contacts


Edgeworth Partner Stephen P. Rusek worked on behalf of a US-based, global chemical manufacturer to establish the appropriate arm’s-length price for the transfer of its intellectual property assets pertaining to the manufacture of specialty chemicals to its joint venture in China. 

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