Paul Flignor concentrates his practice in intercompany pricing and intellectual property valuation.

He has more than 15 years of professional experience in resolving pricing and valuation issues in the areas of international tax planning, controversy resolution, transaction support, licensing and financial economics. He is noted particularly for integrating business strategy and financial economics to solve complex valuation problems of leading companies.

Paul has worked extensively in the automotive, information services, software, consumer products and electronics industries. Over the years, he has successfully run transfer pricing and valuation projects for a variety of purposes, including:

  • Intercompany pricing, including audit defense, Advanced Pricing Agreements, cost sharing and intangible migration, and global documentation;
  • Business valuation for both tax and financial reporting purposes, including purchase price allocation;
  • Transaction support, including due diligence analysis and pre- and post merger integration planning;
  • Intellectual property valuation and management.

He is an adjunct professor at Northwestern University, where he teaches courses in corporate value chain management.

Paul Flignor is not a lawyer.