In Germany, your employees' inventions are covered by the so-called Employee Invention Law. Basically, it states that an invention created by an employee belongs to the employer, who in turn is obliged to pay compensation for this. In many other countries, employees' inventions automatically belong to the employer without any obligation to pay remunerations.

We will give you extensive and knowledgeable advice in all issues, such as establishing a fixed-rate compensation model for your company or for fair, standard compensation to inventors in all countries within a group.

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Christian Steil
Michael Lindner
Volker Heuckeroth
Torsten Duhme
Marco Findeisen
Gabriele Laufer
Mark Wegener
Stephan Keck
Ralf Gröschel
Christian Gembruch
David Dobler
Stefan Von Siegroth
Andrea Eisele
Christoph Lütkebohmert
Sophia Zielinski
Ali Yesil