|The Hunter ...|
" ... to the invention of an employee where a relevant collective agreement provides for the payment of compensation in respect of inventions of the same description as that invention to employees of the same description as that employee. ..."By section 40(6) of the same Act
"“relevant collective agreement” means a collective agreement within the meaning of the Trade Union and Labour Relations (Consolidation) Act 1992, made by or on behalf of a trade union to which the employee belongs, and by the employer or an employers' association to which the employer belongs which is in force at the time of the making of the invention".
|Only in it for|
the d'oh ...?
If any readers have ever come across a collective agreement of the kind mentioned here, can they please let us all know?
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