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KOBNE NAMJERE ŽELJKA TOPIĆA-pismo ing. Ivana Kabalina iz Zagreba

KOBNE NAMJERE ŽELJKA TOPIĆA-pismo ing. Ivana Kabalina iz Zagreba

24. ožujka, 2015.

U Europskoj uniji se «valja» afera oko podpredsjednika EPO-a i njegove kriminalne prošlosti. Iako posjeduje dokument da je «čist kao suza» a koji dokument je potpisao Mladen Bajić (tadašnji Državni odvjetnik RH).

Mnogi ne poznaju pravosuđe RH pa ne znaju da Državni odvjetnik RH progoni one koji stvaraju poteškoće kriminalcima a ne kriminalce, i ne može znati je li netko sumnjiv za kriminal.

Umjesto normalnog postupka, vodio se i već je nepravomoćno gotov postupak koji se vodio protiv osobe koja je stvarala poteškoće podpredsjedniku EPO-a tvrdeći da ima kriminalnu prošlost. Ta nekadašnja visokopozicionirana osoba DZIV-a oslobođena je svake krivnje.

Međutim, mnogo je važnije, od eventualne njegove kriminalne prošlosti, da su namjere Željka Topića prema međunarodnoj organizaciji EPO-a očito – kobne.

Poznato je da je kao rukovodioc Državnog zavoda za intelektualno vlasništvo RH zabranio izvršenje obveze prema EPO-u o kodiranju hrvatskih patenata, s posljedicom nemogućnosti službenog pretraživanja za hrvatske patente i nemogućnosti izdavanja pravovaljanih PATENATA.

Sasvim je sigurno da takvu praksu, kao podpredsjednik EPO-a, namjerava prenijeti i na EPO što bi za tu međunarodnu organizaciju bilo kobno i uzrokovalo opći pravni kaos.

 

Dipl. ing. Ivan Kabalin

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    • Boss
      Boss 25 veljače, 2019, 18:09

      To bi ti Riki trebao ynati. koliko si platio odvjetniku ya svoje nepotpisane tekstove_

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    • Boss
      Boss 26 veljače, 2019, 08:24

      Rikarde Frgačiću što se nisi potpisao pod komentar, jednako kao što se nisi potpisao ni pod jedan od tekstova. Zašto nisi došao na sud i branio svoju istinu. Svoju anonimnu istinu. Zašto dok si bio u zatvoru rađe si išao zubaru nego na sud u svojstvu svjedoka. Sada napadaš portal koji ti je davao akreditacije dok si bio u zatvoru. Zašto svoga odvjetnika ne pitaš zašto je smislio takvu taktiku pomirbe. Pitaj njega koliko košta izbrisana istina i nagodba na sudu. Zašto ga šupački ogovaraš samo iza leđa, jednako jadno kao što sada koristiš pravo demokracije koje nudimo za svoje zlobne i šupačke komentare. Zašto svoju istinu nisi napisao na hrvatskom govno partizansko? Stanovao si u kući svoga punca godinama, a prijavljivao si ga da je ustaša, lažna jasenovačka žrtva. Kakve su to žrtve u Jasenovcu s Krka, zar to nije bilo u Italiji, zar to tvoji Jugoslavenio nisu prodali još u Repalu Italiji. Rikardu Frgačiću ne tuće tebe bez veze tvoj sin, a rođeni brat ne želi čuti za tebe…

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  1. KOLIKO KOŠTA IZBRISANA ISTINA?
    #2 KOLIKO KOŠTA IZBRISANA ISTINA? 7 travnja, 2015, 10:51

    A WRONG MAN SITTING AT THE EPO?
    The “Balkan Express” route of M.Sc. Željko Topić from Banja Luka to Munich via
    Zagreb
    According to some unofficial German newspaper sources, Željko Topić enjoys the
    protection of President of the EPO, Benoit Batistelli.
    The corruption scandal at the State Intellectual Property Office (SIPO) of the
    Republic of Croatia with M.Sc. Željko Topić, former Director of that Croatian
    institution in the main role, has crossed the administrative borders of the Republic of
    Croatia and is currently shaking the European Patent Office (EPO) in Munich, an
    international patent protection organisation, by an unprecedented affair to date.
    The EPO with its headquarters in Munich is an institution of special importance for
    the EU. It has offices in The Hague, Berlin and Vienna and employs a considerable
    number of about seven thousand people. The basic EPO’s role is to regulate and
    strengthen cooperation among the European Member States in terms of protection of
    patent rights. In addition to 27 EU Member States, as well as Croatia from 1st July
    2013, it also represents the patent interests of 11 non-EU Member States. When in
    March 2012 the EPO’s Management Board, with full support of President of the
    organisation, Benoit Batistelli, appointed a master of science from Banja Luka, Željko
    Topić, as one of the five Vice-Presidents, they probably did not have a clue who was
    coming to join them, a person with a number of criminal charges pressed against him
    and court proceedings in the Republic of Croatia and before the European Court of
    Human Rights in Strasbourg.
    NEW ADDITIONS TO ŽELJKO TOPIĆ’S BIOGRAPHY
    In addition to all juicy stories published in the media about Mr. Željko Topić so far,
    there is also some new evidence, which characterises his work and actions at the
    Croatian Intellectual Property Office in Zagreb at the time as a sophisticated conflict
    of interest. More specifically, while Mr. Željko Topić was sitting, i.e. was working for
    the SIPO, in April 2002 he simultaneously founded an association called “Adepta” –
    Croatian Intellectual Property Association” and offered “cooperation” to the SIPO. He
    would send interesting “notes” to the then Director of the SIPO and propose
    cooperation but also ask for financial support for his “projects”. He introduced the
    association, falsely, as the first national association of such kind in the Republic of
    Croatia, although the copyright protection had already been covered by the activities
    of the “Croatian Copyright Association” (CCA), whereas the intellectual property
    (industrial property and copyright with related rights) had been covered by the
    activities of a Croatian branch of the International Association for the Protection of
    Intellectual Property, the so-called “AIPPI – Croatia” as early as from 1999.
    Our editorial board is in possession of the foregoing documentation with the
    “Adepta” Association memoranda, stamped and signed by Željko Topić.
    However, to make things even more bizarre, Topić’s “second” office was registered at
    the address of a nearby coffee bar in Plivska 27 in Zagreb, a mere 50-odd metres
    away from the SIPO’s building. Many SIPO’s employees witnessed Mr. Topić
    signing and stamping the letters of the Adepta Association during his working hours
    at the tables in the afore-mentioned coffee bar. Off the record, practically the entire
    SIPO was aware of the activities of the main character in our story, but nobody took
    any action. According to our sources, Mr. Topić, allegedly had an intention to use the
    SIPO’s national database for private purposes over “Adepta”. “Adepta”’s VicePresident
    Branka Ljubišić, who also became Topić’s first deputy in 2004 when he
    became Director of the SIPO for the first time, left him after they had worked together
    for about a year at the foregoing positions and publicly accused him of incompetence.
    It would be useful to find out if Topić, when he became Director of the SIPO, gave
    financial donations to his own association given the fact that former Director of the
    SIPO, Hrvoje Junašević, refused to do so with resentment.
    Topić’s “second” office was registered at the address of a nearby coffee bar in
    Plivska 27 in Zagreb, a mere 50-odd metres away from the SIPO’s building
    Topić’s CV, which he personally uploaded on the Internet and which is visible on the
    portal of the World Intellectual Property Organization – WIPO due to his membership
    in its professional bodies, indicates that he is the president of the Croatian branch of
    the AIPPI, which is not true. He was hiding behind a minor “Adepta”. Topić’s CV is
    riddled with false facts. In particular, one can single out Topić’s claim that he worked
    as an Assistant Director of the SIPO for 11 years (1992-2003). According to the
    information from the SIPO, the first Director of the SIPO, Nikola Kopčić, assumed
    his powers from the Government of the Republic of Croatia for the period of ten years,
    his entire mandate (1992-2002) and himself appointed the SIPO’s officials (his
    assistants) instead of the Government of the Republic of Croatia. Accordingly, Željko
    Topić worked as an Assistant Director of the SIPO for a short while, but not for 11
    years, as stated in his CV. Furthermore, it is indicative that he attributes such
    nomination to himself as authorised nomination and simultaneously disputes identical
    nominations of others.
    To our knowledge, it is still unknown if Mr. Batistelli, President of the EPO in
    Munich, is familiar with this important detail in the curriculum vitae of his assistant
    and if Željko Topić meanwhile followed the same pattern and set up a parallel
    association at an obscure kebab bar in the German territory, at the nearby Bahnhof
    (railway station) in Munich.
    In his CV Topić likewise indicated that he worked on the establishment of the
    national intellectual property system, that is, legislation of the SIPO of the Republic
    of Croatia, which is not true. It was the SIPO’s lawyers, and not him as an economist,
    who worked on that subject matter. He claimed to be an initiator, coordinator and
    main associate of the National Intellectual Property System Development Strategy in
    the Republic of Croatia, but it was a document he never observed, which can be
    demonstrated by his ignoring of the public lending right, a new right important for
    writers, whereby he caused them irreparable financial damage. He claimed to be a
    national intellectual property coordinator in the EU accession process, but it was
    Professor Siniša Petrović from the Faculty of Law in Zagreb who had that role. He
    stated that he was a Croatian patent and trademark representative, but this function
    was attributed to him by his deputy (and vice versa) without any initial transparent
    procedure for others at the SIPO.
    SIPO’S OFFICIAL AND SIPO’S REPRESENTATIVE AT THE SAME TIME
    In addition to the „Adepta” Association, in March 2003 with Attorneys at Law Korper
    & Haramija from Zagreb Željko Topić founded a company called Korper, Haramija &
    Topić d.o.o. /a limited liability company/, whose activities inter alia also included
    representation before the SIPO. When in 2004 he became Director of the SIPO, his
    actions were illegal: the Korper, Haramija & Topić d.o.o. Company was not registered
    in the SIPO’s Register of Representatives since it would be a direct, visible conflict of
    interest. However, the powers of attorney submitted to the SIPO by that company for
    its representation of different entities together with the Topić’s name were processed,
    like any other case, represented by companies registered in the Register of
    Representatives. Only the companies registered in the SIPO’s Register of
    Representatives may engage in representation as an occupation, which excludes the
    Korper, Haramija & Topić d.o.o. Company and makes their powers of attorney
    invalid.
    We are in possession of the powers of attorney of that company with Topić’s name
    and evidence of further proceedings, at the time when he was Director of the SIPO, as
    well as other documentation which corroborates our claims.
    Additionally, if other representatives had found out that the SIPO’s Director
    represents other companies in line with the powers of attorney, they could have made
    a big legal scandal and pleaded a conflict of interest. Unlike the Adepta episode from
    the nearby coffee bar, some employees within the SIPO’s system must have been
    aware of this illegal business of Željko Topić since the foregoing documentation had
    to pass through their hands.
    Whilst doing research into this topic, we also obtained some information that Mr.
    Željko Topić owns a document issued by the Croatian authorities that denies any
    serious proceedings instituted against him in the Republic of Croatia now or at least
    for the time being, that is, it indicates that all charges against him were dropped. This
    document is allegedly officially available at the EPO in Munich on its internal website
    signed by President of the EPO in February 2013. If this is true, then only the State
    Attorney’s Office (DORH) headed by Chief State Attorney Mladen Bajić could have
    issued that document to “master of science” Topić. At any case, it will be interesting
    to see how this story is going to develop after it has become established how this
    Balkan intellectual managed to go through the EU security system and get employed
    at the EPO in Munich. According to some unofficial German newspaper sources,
    Željko Topić enjoys the protection of President of the EPO, Benoit Batistelli. The
    motive or cause behind it is yet to be identified within the EPO’s security system.
    As it is evident from the official website of the SIPO and the EPO, during the last year
    Željko Topić slowly started to recruit his resources systematically and to create his
    network within the ranks of the EPO: recently the current Director of the Croatian
    SIPO, Ljiljana Kuterovac, “suddenly turned up” there. A couple of months ago she
    was appointed as a member of the Supervisory Board of the EPO’s Academy in
    Munich for a three-year mandate. Many thus consider this international promotion of
    the current SIPO’s Director from Zagreb as a reciprocal favour to the person to whom
    Željko Topić assigned a private task to “watch his back” in court proceedings in
    Croatia and to be his informant on a daily basis.
    EPO STARTS INVESTIGATION IN THE REPUBLIC OF SRPSKA
    According to his official CV, Željko Topić started his career as a sales specialist at the
    Yugoslav Railways with headquarters in Banja Luka (former Yugoslav Republic
    Bosnia and Herzegovina) in the early 1980s, i.e. after he had finished his studies. He
    tried to get a job at the Ministry of Foreign Affairs of the Republic of Yugoslavia in
    Belgrade before that, but he was rejected.
    Off the record, according to the newspaper headlines and systematic internal reports
    at the headquarters in Munich, the EPO has started an official investigation in the
    territory of the Republic of Srpska, at the University of Banja Luka, to establish the
    credibility of his diploma, that is, his master’s degree. The findings of the EPO’s
    investigation team are still unknown, including the reasons why a master of science
    from Banja Luka when seeking employment at the EPO did not mention a number of
    criminal proceedings instituted against him in Croatia and two court proceedings in
    Strasbourg.
    Before his arrival at the EPO, on a few occasions Željko Topić also tried to apply for
    a job at the World Intellectual Property Organization (WIPO) in Geneva, but he failed.
    He again falsified his personal data to embellish his CV based on unfounded and false
    facts.
    Likewise, a mention should be made of the following piece of information: on his
    way to obtain the current position in Munich Željko Topić allegedly used some
    mysterious circles in Budapest. It is not known if the convicted former Prime Minister
    of the Government of the Republic of Croatia, Dr. Ivo Sanader, also travelled with
    him on the same train with the “INA-MOL” file on his person.
    On the eve of Croatia’s accession to the European Union an issue remains open if
    there is a corruption link between the structures of the Croatian state institutions,
    individual associations and the attorneys’ lobby. The verification of this issue has
    been avoided to date by the Ministry of Justice, the Ministry of Interior, the State
    Attorney’s Office (DORH) and the National Anti-Corruption Office (USKOK), the
    bodies regulated by the Constitution of the Republic of Croatia to protect the legal
    order and legal security of the Republic of Croatia. It is a small wonder then that our
    country has been ranked third in the international Corruption Perceptions Index
    according to the latest international surveys and that one of the main Croatian export
    products to be offered is the unacceptable carcinogenic and deviant social behaviour
    in the form of “intellectual corruption”.

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