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EXCLUSIVE RIGHTS: Intellectual Property — Patent Damages Deep Dive with Mintz and BDO – Part II of II

In Part II of this damages-focused series of the EXCLUSIVE RIGHTS: Intellectual Property podcast, Mintz IP attorneys Drew DeVoogd and Daniel Weinger join guest David Duski of BDO for a more detailed discussion of apportionment of damages in patent litigation. Drew and Dan are experienced patent litigators, and David is head of BDO's National Intellectual Property Consulting Practice. In Part II, the trio discuss:

  • Apportionment methodologies
    • Smallest saleable patent practicing unit
    • Entire market value rule
    • Hypothetical negotiations taking advantage of the “book of wisdom”
    • Hedonic regression analysis
  • Insights into the VLSI Tech. LLC v. Intel Corp. ~$2.2 billion award
  • The Federal Circuit’s recent positions on damages
  • Tom Brady’s position in the draft…

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Andrew H. DeVoogd is a patent litigator and trial attorney whose practice encompasses a wide range of technologies. He represents major technology companies in International Trade Commission investigations, and shares his insights on Mintz's IP Viewpoints.
Daniel B. Weinger is a Mintz intellectual property attorney. Daniel's practice focuses on patent litigation at the International Trade Commission, the Federal Courts, and the PTAB. He handles all phases of patent litigation and counsels clients on IP strategy.