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21 Sep’18

Burberry Extinguishes Flames on Unsold Goods

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In a recent post I explored the luxury fashion industry practice of burning unsold goods. Proponents would argue that this is necessary to protect the brand equity these companies have spent billions building by preventing theft, discounted sale, etc. However, when this topic became mainstream, Burberry and its high-end competitors faced massive backlash from the […]

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13 Sep’18

Should Your Toothpaste Company Launch a Frozen Food Line? A Closer Look at Brand Extendibility

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Brand equity (often equated with brand value) is an all-encompassing measure of the benefits that a company receives from its brand as a result of its cumulative marketing and brand maintenance efforts. There are various valuation methodologies that attempt to assign a specific monetary value to a given brand which range from simple cash flow […]

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31 Jul’18

Preventing Brand Value from Going Up in Flames

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A brand can be one of a company’s most valuable assets. As written in a previous post, the value of a brand has the potential to cover millions of dollars in debt and fees during liquidation events, and can even represent values greater than 100% of a company’s publicly reported asset values. Traditionally, the value […]

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16 Jul’18

One Step Closer to Economic Justice: Commentary on WesternGeco LLC v. ION GeoPhysical

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The United States Supreme Court issued a 7-2 decision in WesternGeco LLC v. ION Geophysical Corp., regarding a patent owner’s ability to recover lost foreign profits for US patent infringement damages.  This ruling is a major blow to Parties seeking to evade US patent. It reinforces the strength of the US patent system by aligning foreign […]

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