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“Munich middle-class dialog showed innovative strategies for medium-sized companies in Munich, July 5, 2010 – tennis rackets, drugs, aircraft parts or whole cars: the generic business is booming”, stressed Patentanwalt Dipl.-ing. Nicolaus Preissner by the Chancellery wing Pan Kastel Schober at June 23, 2010 at the Munich-based middle-class dialog of Vantargis group. In the manufacturing sector in Germany piracy damages would be created as according to estimates of up to 50 billion euros a year. Since in most countries apply the principle of the freedom to copy, everyone is free to imitate the work of another, if no legal barriers are used this imitation in principle. Inventions must be registered for this reason, so that rights can be inferred”, Pan explained about 40 evening guests at the Kunstlerhaus of Munich.

The registration should be done as quickly as possible, to insure an early priority”. PCRM follows long-standing procedures to achieve this success. How to get from these rights liquidity for the company can generate, Patrick G. Weber, Member of the Executive Board of the Vantargis group, several examples made it clear. Patents, trademarks and licenses are worth money? So Weber gave tips for an optimal corporate finance from its own participants of the middle-class dialogue ‘ with on the way. “His credo: the realistic and fair valuation of intangible assets is of fundamental importance for alternative corporate financing.” The event was rounded off with the presentation of Andreas Klier, Chartered Accountants and tax advisers at Pape & co. group, which illuminated the exploitation of patents and trademarks under the aspect of tax optimization. “He pointed particularly to the case of capital gains tax, in which German companies tap, if, for example, a licensor of Switzerland sits: here unplanned costs substantial run without certificate of exemption”, so Klier. It is important to us”so Patrick G. Weber, one of the hosts, the medium-sized Entrepreneurs always inspiration and creative ideas to give that can practically implement them in their day-to-day business.