From increased public reporting requirements, to changing accounting methods for damages calculation, the intellectual property (IP) market seems to have reached a significant, albeit belated, tipping point in its development. This week’s segment of the “Evolving IP Market” highlights several of the most noteworthy breakthroughs experienced by the industry, focusing specifically on the “changing numbers” of the IP marketplace.
Among the changes discussed are:
- IP filling the “GAAP” now in U.S. and Germany
- IP reporting for Hong Kong Exchanges and Clearing Limited listed companies
- Changing damages accounting/Daubert patchwork quilt
- Expanding efforts towards global rating now in U.S., Europe and across Asia.
More in depth information about each of the listed topics can be found by watching the full video, now available on YouTube. For additional IP insight and commentary, follow us on Twitter @OTInsights or visit our Ocean Tomo Insights YouTube channel. Next week’s video titled “Efficient Marketplace- Traded Exchange for Intellectual Property Rights” concludes our “Evolving IP Market” series.