Weston Anson, CONSOR Chairman, led a discussion at the ABI Spring Meeting, in Washington D.C., on the topic of “How to Value Anything: The Most Difficult Valuations.”
The panelists described their approaches to valuing assets that are inherently difficult to value, including Anson’s expertise – intellectual property. Anson will also touch upon his recent projects, including valuing the Estate of Michael Jackson.
Other panelists include: Tyler Cowan, Lazard; Hon. Barbara J. Houser, U.S. Bankruptcy Court (N.D. Tex.); Yvette Austin Smith, The Brattle Group; and moderator Daniel F. Dooley, MorrisAnderson.
If you would like the information presented by Anson at the ABI Spring Meeting, or would like a similar presentation for your firm or group, contact him at [email protected], or Jemma Samala at [email protected].
CONSOR has been assisting clients with their intellectual property valuation, licensing, and other monetization needs for over 25 years. Whether it is for transactional or litigation purposes, CONSOR has had a successful track record in valuing and defending our client’s intellectual property. Simply let us know how we can best serve you. To discuss your IP valuation and monetization needs, contact CONSOR at [email protected].