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May 2010 | Vol. IX - No. 5




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Assessing Damages Before Hitting the Courts


In the June issue of TDmonthly Magazine, attorney Susan Pan wraps up a three-part series on patents in the toy and game industry, helping manufacturers determine the value of patent damages before going to trial. Don't miss important points about the Georgia Pacific factors used in assessing royalty rates and lessons learned from a particular case with Hasbro.

photo: Star Wars Comic Packs: Clone Trooper Lieutenant and Clone Trooper by Hasbro

Read all articles in the series:

Patents in the Toy and Game Industry: Part 1 - How a Patent Portfolio Bolstered LEGO's Bottom Line

Patents in the Toy and Game Industry: Part 2 - Securing a Provisional and Using Patents to Grow


Patents in the Toy and Game Industry: Part 3 - Determining the Balance Point in Enforcing Patent Rights



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Susan Perng PanWriter's Bio: Susan Perng Pan is partner in the Washington, D.C., office of the global intellectual property firm, Sughrue Mion PLLC. She litigates multi-party complex patent disputes before several U.S. federal district courts, the U.S. International Trade Commission, and the U.S. Federal Trade Commission. Her practice also includes preparing and prosecuting patent applications, appeals and interferences before the U.S. Patent and Trademark Office. She may be contacted at span (at) sughrue.com. Read more articles by this author

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