1

NO That is not proper at all. In the U.S.someone who is not a true inventor needed to sign the paperwork declaring that they were a true inventor for the filing. The form says fraudulent signing is punishable by fine or imprisonment. One approach would be try to get them to assign the patent to your company along with a change in inventor to the actual ...


1

I can't determine whether or not you should be listed as an inventor based on your description of your activities. The criteria for inventorship is not at all based on how much effort and time you put into the project. The criteria is based on whether you were responsible for the inventive element that is captured in a claim. To give an example, let's assume ...


Only top voted, non community-wiki answers of a minimum length are eligible