Chicago, IL, June 09, 2010 --(PR.com
)-- ktMINE, an intellectual property (IP) data and information services firm, today announced that ktMINE’s Royalty Rates and Records Database now contains IP licensing records filed with the SEC during the first quarter (1Q) of 2010. ktMINE provides IP data, documents and analysis tools aggregated from publicly available records.
From the thousands of records filed with the SEC during 1Q, ktMINE identified and added 74 material contracts that contained non-redacted royalty rates. These records represent more than 35 industries, with a heavy concentration in healthcare, biotechnology, business services, consumer services, computer hardware and software, and internet IP licensing.
The effective dates of the newly-added records range from 1993 to March 29, 2010, with 70% of the agreements containing effective dates between 2009 and 2010.
“Professionals across industries, and across the globe, need to be sure that their IP intangibles analysis stands up against the latest market data,” states David R. Jarczyk, COO of ktMINE. “That’s why we place such a high priority on adding the most recent market comparables to ktMINE as quickly as possible.”
Based in Chicago, IL, ktMINE is an intellectual property (IP) data and information services firm. ktMINE's Royalty Rates and Records Database was created by a team of transfer pricing and business valuation experts to simplify the process of finding defensible market comparables. Through a proprietary method, ktMINE is able to provide both common and hard-to-find market comparables along with authoritative documentation. ktMINE’s customers include tax authorities and industries such as business valuation, transfer pricing, M&A, expert witness services, IP law and litigation and technology transfer. www.ktMINE.com