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  • Pattymd
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    Originally posted by TheRed View Post
    This is an area for a lawyer, so go get one before you get yourself in trouble.
    Absolutely. If you are an inventor, you would be wise to have a relationship with a patent attorney or similar.

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  • TheRed
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    It depends on what your contract says.


    Often, a standard employment contract contains an asignation clause, that gives the employer all rights to an employees inventions etc, no matter how unrelared to the employers field.


    In either case, I wouldn't disclose any invention o' mine, especially if it was done on my own time or buck, unless I could use it to advance my career with the employer.


    This is an area for a lawyer, so go get one before you get yourself in trouble.

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  • min-min
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    independent contractor - inventions California

    Hi all

    Do you have to declare your inventions to a new employer if you are an independent contractor (1099).

    Thanks
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