Calculating Damages in Patent Cases
Please join the Federal Bar Association (FBA) for this informative event.
- How are damages calculated in patent cases?
- What is the process?
- What are the most significant factors?
- How does this calculation vary between domestic and international cases?
The speakers include Benjamin M. Stern of Holland & Knight and Chris Barry of PricewaterhouseCoopers LLP.
Please RSVP for this luncheon at email@example.com.
Sponsored by the UNH Law's Franklin Pierce Center for Intellectual Property.
Contact for this event:
Doris M. Lachance
University of New Hampshire School of Law
This event is open to the public.
Benjamin M. Stern, Holland & Knight
Mr. Stern's practice focuses on intellectual property litigation and other complex disputes involving technology. He has litigated patent cases involving a broad range of technologies, including telecommunications, software, semiconductors, data storage systems, SMS messaging, voice over Internet (VoIP), speech recognition, video on demand, golf clubs, commercial Internet access and pharmaceuticals. He also has substantial experience litigating against non-practicing entities and has resolved many such cases successfully for his clients. Mr. Stern has appeared in numerous state and federal courts and at the International Trade Commission.
Chris Barry, PricewaterhouseCoopers LLP
Patent Litigation Damages Specialist
Mr. Barry has spoken on IP topics at various LES, AIPLA and Boston Patent Lawyers Association conferences. He is the lead author of PwC's annual studies on Patent Litigation Damages and has co-authored a chapter on patent damages in the 5th edition of the Litigation Services Handbook. Mr. Barry has worked on a wide variety of forensic projects including intellectual property disputes and valuations, IP licensing compliance exams, accounting and fraud investigations, breach of contract cases, post-closing disputes, business valuations, and securities fraud. He has testified at trial as an expert witness at trial over 60 times on various forensic accounting, valuation and damages issues, many of them being patent infringement, trademark or trade secret cases.