The inventor, irrespective of the fact who is the applicant or the owner of a patent, has inalienable moral right to the following:

1.Inventor-ship – the right to be recognized as the inventor;
2.Name – the right to be indicated as the inventor in the patent application and in all documents and publications related to the patenting of the invention, or also to waive this right, requesting in writing to the Patent Office that the name thereof would not be indicated.