SPECIAL RIGHTS AND OBLIGATIONS OF THE EMPLOYEE INVENTOR
Romanian legislation on patents, defines the inventor as the person "who created the invention". If the invention has been created by more than one inventor, each has the status of joint invention and the right belongs to them jointly. In this respect, a legal relationship of employment arises between the employee inventor and the employer, with specific content, special requirements, rights and obligations that makes it different from a general individual employment contract.
Keywords: employee inventor; employer; invention; rights and obligations.
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