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(Title) Ignorance is the biggest curse to creativity in Greece, since there are few, while those who make an invention, but not understanding the value, you simply go to the publication of Working in a valid period and no guarantee of copyright, so that others who are “exploiting” the patent to discover and treasure, said ANA-MPA lawyer Panagiotidou Euphemia, approved member of the International Federation of Intellectual Property Attorneys ( FICPI).
Â«If you do not know that you have invented something that exploit economies can not go to the entrenched,” he said Mrs Panagiotidou the sidelines tonight’s event in the Chamber of Commerce of Thessaloniki, adding that “it is unfortunately The most common occurrence in our country Â».
Referring to the problem of lack of patenting in Greece, Mr. Panagiotidou emphasized inter alia that, unfortunately, both entrepreneurs and employees are not aware of their rights and can not be manage an innovation that might succeed, even accidentally. As stated, there are few times when a worker changes firm and the new employer perceives an innovative method used. In many cases, as stated by the employer goes to maintaining the “search” and the employee and strengthens its position in the international competitive environment, it does not inform the initiator of the idea of rights, which are economic.
Among other things, Mr. Panagiotidou observed in ANA-MPA is unfortunate that many entrepreneurs in our country copying patented designs, often unknowingly, thus face large fines. “The damages have to pay is much greater than to pay an exclusive contract with a designer name.
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