Price erosion is a common issue in quantifying intellectual property damages. However, price erosion may be an issue in many other commercial disputes. For example, a plaintiff may argue that the disparagement of its product due to false advertising has eroded the product’s price.
Damages analyses based on appraisals usually have two parts. The first is an appraisal of the property, and the second is an application of that appraisal to quantify the loss from the harmful act.
The assets and liabilities approach starts with the accounting balance sheet of a company and adjusts assets and liabilities to approximate current market values. It then nets the assets and the liabilities to compute the net asset value of the firm.
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