On January 12, 2018, the U.S. Court of Appeals for the Federal Circuit released a decision for the Exmark v. Briggs & Stratton case, which implies greater flexibility in the apportionment of damages for multi-component products. While the decision permitted the use of the royalty rate, plaintiff experts must be careful in calculating damage apportionment and, must properly tie the “reasonable royalty rate to the facts of the case.”
Nathan’s Russell Mangum will participate in a webinar on August 1 and will share with the audience an in-depth analysis of Exmark v. Briggs & Stratton ruling’s implications to reasonable royalty damages calculations. Dr. Mangum will also share best strategies in proper damage apportionment.
Key topics include:
- Exmark v. Briggs & Stratton: Case Framework
- Implications for Reasonable Royalty Damages Calculation
- Emerging Critical Issues
- Best Strategies in Damages Apportionment
- What to Expect Going Forward
To register for the webinar follow this link.