CONSOR Intellectual Asset Management has been a global industry leader in intellectual property valuation, expert witness services, monetization assistance, licensing strategies and more for the last 25 years. We have built a solid foundation of clients throughout countless industries gaining invaluable work experience with each one along the way. Our core areas of expertise are the valuation, management, and licensing of intangible assets. We are proud to be the only market-based consulting firm specializing in intellectual property. Our experts use real-world evidence and marketing criteria to help our intellectual property clients reach their goals sooner. We are dedicated to assisting our clients in maximizing the value of their intellectual property and intangible asset portfolios, while simultaneously minimizing risk and uncertainty.
45 years later, the Georgia-Pacific walls have crumbled. The Georgia-Pacific Corp. v. U.S. Plywood Corp. case in 1970 established a list of 15 factors to be considered when calculating royalty rates, resulting in the Georgia-Pacific factors. Now those untouchable rules have collapsed, after Middle District of Florida Judge Hernandez Covington allowed the plaintiff's damages expert, CONSOR Chairman Weston Anson to offer royalty rate analysis without reference to any of the Georgia-Pacific factors, in the matter StoneEagle Services, Inc. v. Pay-Plus Solutions, Inc.
Jeff Anderson, Director of Valuation and Analytics, proved that Gawker benefited from posting the Hulk Hogan sex tape, during the Florida civil jury trial in March, 2016. The jury eventually awarded CONSOR's client Terry Bollea (aka Hulk Hogan) $115 million in compensatory damages, and $25 million in punitive damages, for a total of $140 million.