Michael J Lasinski - 284 Partners LLC

Chief Executive Officer - 284 Partners LLC

Michael J Lasinski is a managing director and CEO of 284 Partners LLC – a professional services firm that is dedicated to advising clients and counsel on financial aspects of intellectual property, including valuation, litigation consulting, IP strategy and IP transactions.

Mr Lasinski is a past president of the Licensing Executives Society (LES) United States and Canada. He is also a division chair of the American Bar Association’s IP Section. Mr Lasinski has previously served as the chair of the Valuation and Taxation Committees for both LES and the Intellectual Property Owners Association.

Mr Lasinski has performed more than 500 IP valuations during his 20-year career. He has testified as an expert on valuation and damages in the federal, state and tax courts, before the US International Trade Commission and in arbitration proceedings. Mr Lasinski has performed intangible asset and business valuations in the context of Financial Accounting Standards Board 141/142, financial reporting, fair market value analysis, transaction support, tax transactions, bankruptcy and restructuring, litigation and other disputes. He has been the lead negotiator or a key member of the negotiation team in numerous complex financial, technical, licensing, acquisition, divestiture and tax transactions.

Mr Lasinski often lectures for MBA, law and professional societies on high-tech transactions, complex technical valuation issues and tax matters.


  • Finance
  • IAM/IC
  • IP management consultancy
  • Licensing
  • M&A
  • Tax
  • Technology transfer
  • Valuation

Firm details

284 Partners LLC

284 Partners LLC
215 East Washington Street
Suite 201
Ann Arbor MI 48103
United States

Contact details

E: mlasinski@284partners.com
T: +1 734 369 8723
W: www.284partners.com

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