September 12-14, 2021 | Renaissance Dallas Richardson

Scott Weingust

Managing Director, Stout
Scott Weingust

Scott Weingust

Managing Director, Stout
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Biography

Scott Weingust is the leader of Stout’s Intellectual Property Valuation practice. Mr. Weingust has 25 years of experience providing consulting services to corporations, law firms, universities, other non-profits, and investment firms primarily in the areas of intellectual property (IP) valuation, damages, monetization, and management.  His practice focuses on patents, trademarks, copyrights, trade secrets, the right of publicity, software, domain names, and other intangible assets.

Mr. Weingust has provided testimony as a damages and valuation expert in IP-related litigation including having offered opinions in Federal District Court. He has testified on a variety of dispute matters including those with claims associated with patent infringement, trade secret misappropriation, fraudulent transfer, breach of contract, and others.  Mr. Weingust has also led project teams on a variety of pre-case and early-case assessments of IP-related damages to assist with decisions related to whether a case should be filed and/or financed, and to support dispute resolution efforts.

Mr. Weingust has performed due diligence and valued IP and other intangible assets for a variety of purposes including: transactions (licensing, purchase/sale, joint ventures, mergers and acquisitions), tax strategy and compliance (related-party transactions, trust & estate issues), corporate strategic decision-making, use of IP to attract capital (debt and equity financing), financial reporting, regulatory compliance (Stark Law, Anti-Kickback Statute), and bankruptcy, among others. He has been directly involved in IP licensing negotiations and has developed many reusable IP pricing/valuation models for corporate licensing activities and investment decisions.

Mr. Weingust is currently an adjunct professor at DePaul University’s College of Law where he teaches a course on IP valuation. He has also previously taught classes on IP valuation and related topics at the New York University School of Law,  The John Marshall Law School, the University of Illinois at Chicago’s College of Engineering, and the Illinois Institute of Technology’s Chicago-Kent College of Law. Mr. Weingust has spoken at conferences or other events for many organizations including the Intellectual Property Owners Association (IPO), Licensing Executives Society (LES), American Bar Association (ABA), American Intellectual Property Law Association (AIPLA), and the Intellectual Property Law Association of Chicago (IPLAC), among others.

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