Employee Invention Law

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The inventor is always a human being

Even the most complex of machines is incapable of thinking, developing ideas or devising new solutions. In a world of industrial enterprises, the work of employees often results not only in interesting and valuable output for the employing companies concerned, but also in inventions and hence the opportunity to obtain industrial property rights with which the employer can prohibit competitors from copying such ideas. The law states that the employee inventor shall receive special remuneration for such inventions.

Expert attorneys at Eisenführ Speiser will explain to you the provisions of the law on employee inventions and the extensive calculations to be made on the basis of the relevant remuneration directives.

The following members of the firm will advise you on the specific matter involved and can put together the right team to meet your needs.

Your contact persons:

Dipl.-Ing. Mark
Andres, Bremen
Dipl.-Phys. Dr. rer. nat. Ludger
Eckey, Berlin
Dipl.-Ing. Klaus G.
Göken, Bremen
Dipl.-Phys. Dr. jur. Volkmar
Henke, Hamburg
Dr.-Ing. Ingo
Schöling, Bremen
Dipl.-Chem. Dr. rer. nat. Uwe
Stilkenböhmer, Bremen