Using Regression Models to Isolate the Value of a Patented Feature

Regression models not only can provide a quantitative measure for damages in US patent cases, but also can provide additional insight into topics such as non-infringing alternatives, market equilibriums and cannibalisation that can help to strengthen a damages model.

June 3, 2013

US$1.169 billion; US$1.05 billion: the recent patent damages verdicts in Carnegie Mellon University v. Marvell Technology Group and Apple v. Samsung – two of the largest patent damages awards in US history – are reverberating across the IP landscape as practitioners wonder how the verdicts will fare on appeal.

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