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Jim Horvath, Speeches with Published Papers (Continued II) “Valuing Technology, Software, and Other Intellectual Properties,” a presentation to Bell Mobility Investments, July 2001. “Valuing Technology and Other Intellectual Properties – Looking Behind the Bricks and Mortar”, Seminar presented to Justice Canada, May 2001.
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“Is It Worth Something If You Can’t Touch It?  The Challenge of Valuing Intellectual Property,” Taxation of Intellectual Property Conference presented by INFONEX, February 2001. “Practical Valuation Issues in Global Acquisitions,” M&A Valuation for CFO’s Conference presented by Federated Press, January 2001. “How Much Is It Worth?  Strategies for Valuing Intellectual Property,” Taxation of Intellectual Property Conference presented by INFONEX, February 2000. “Value here, value there … how in the ‘globe’ can we compare,” Business Valuation for CFOs Conference presented by Federated Press, October 1999 (The Conference was also Co-chaired by J. Horvath.). “Valuing Municipal Electric Utilities,” Competitive Marketplace Seminars presented by Ontario Power Generation Inc., June 1999. “Intellectual Property/Intangible Assets:  You May Not Be Able To See Them, Feel Them, or Touch Them … Yet They May Be Your Most Valuable Assets,” Mergers & Acquisitions Finance Conference presented by Federated Press, May 1999. Valuing Intellectual Property and Understanding Strategic Value,” Corporate Controllers Forum presented by INFONEX, March 1999. “Valuation of Private Businesses and Succession Planning Issues,” Family Business Succession Planning seminar presented by The Canadian Institute, November 1998. “Valuing IP [Intellectual Property] and intangible assets,” Business Valuation for CFOs Conference presented by Federated Press, November 1998.  (The Conference was also Co-chaired by J. Horvath.)
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