Intellectual Property

There may be many reasons that a piece of intellectual property (IP) may be valued.  Common pieces of intellectual property that are valued include patents, trademarks, copyrights and trade secrets.  The most common valuation approaches include the income approach, the market approach and the asset approach.  Vallit has extensive experience in valuing IP in a wide-array of industries.  Some of the reasons Vallit is commonly asked to value IP include but is not limited to: insolvency related issues, capital transactions, gift and estate planning, litigation related or financial reporting reasons.

Members of Vallit have presented nationally about critical valuation approaches and methods specific to various types of IP.  Vallit gets to know the characteristics of the IP and take the rights steps to build credible and objective valuation analysis.  Over the years, Vallit has performed hundreds of IP related valuation assignments are capable of handling any IP valuation assignment that you or your client may have.

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Providing a Clear View of The Financial Picture

Vallit is focused solely on dispute consulting, business valuation and forensic accounting. Our senior team members have testified over 200 times in Federal, State and International courts. Our dispute expertise ranges from family law to complex commercial and intellectual property matters in a wide variety of industries. In non-disputes, our valuation reports are relied on by estate and trust attorneys, auditors, and business decision makers for tax, financial reporting and transaction purposes.

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While our headquarters are in the Maryland region, we have performed assignments all over the globe working with national and international law firms and their clients. Our professionals work from our offices in Annapolis, Washington D.C. and Timonium/Baltimore. Our technology allows us to work seamlessly anywhere in the world to provide best of class dispute, valuation and forensic accounting services.