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By Luiz Blanc, David Gilat
In Habitat Ltd v Habitat International the Tel Aviv District Court under Judge Altuvia rejected a trademark infringement claim which had been filed by Mr Meerovich, the owner of a local furniture chain...
By Rakefet Peled, David Gilat
On 27 November 2017 the Tel Aviv District Court handed down a ruling denying a petition for an interlocutory injunction order which would have prevented the respondents in the case from using the name Voice of Hope as regards a particular radio station's activity in Israel
By David Gilat
In a rather unique case the Israel Supreme Court issued an interlocutory injunction prohibiting the company Hazera from requesting access to watermelon seeds of the company Origene Seeds...
By Rakefet Peled
In September 2017 the Jerusalem District Court held that the IDF had no obligation to designate the name of a soldier photographer in publications including photographs taken during a soldier's military service...
By Rakefet Peled
Over the past few months rulings have been handed down that indicate tendency of courts to rigorously enforce moral rights of creators by awarding monetary compensation...
By David Gilat, Sa'ar Alon
The court touched on issues of first impression relating to the connection between copyright protection and design protection of a designed article
By Orit Gonen, Lior Glassman
Israel is known as "the start-up nation" and so Israelis are ‘start-up people'. They are entrepreneurs at heart, thinkers, researchers and developers, fundraisers, advertisers, marketers and salespersons.
By Orit Gonen
The Regional Labor Court of Tel Aviv[1] recently ruled that anyone seeking to be hired for a job has an increased duty to disclose to the interviewer his ownership ...
By Rachel Lu, Ehud Hausman
On 27 October 2016, the State Intellectual Property Office of China (SIPO) published, for comments by the public, proposed draft revisions to its current Examination Guidelines...
By Eran Bareket, Chen Ben Dori-Alkan
On January 2017, the Israeli Patents Office ("ILPO") published the results of an empirical study relating to pre-grant opposition proceedings.
By Rakefet Peled
The author's right of attribution, namely that the work will bear a designation of the author's name, constitutes part of the author's moral right in the work.
By Ilan Cohn
The recent ruling of the Nazareth district court was issued in an appeal filed in the matter of Sharir v. Nirit Zeraim Ltd.
By David Gilat, Sonia Shnyder, Orit Gonen
In The National Aluminium & Profile Co (foreign company) v Extal Ltd (MCA (Jerusalem) 35620-02-16, November 1 2016), the Jerusalem District Court affirmed the deputy trademark registrar's refusal...
By David Gilat, Sonia Shnyder
In a novel development of the court-made law protecting the right of publicity, in Fundacio Gala-Salvador Dali v VS Marketing (Israel 2005) Ltd (CC (Central Distr) 3247-01-08, August 28 2016), ...
By Rachel Lu, Ilan Cohn
The State Intellectual Property Office of China (SIPO) has officially approved the proposed draft revisions to its current Examination Guidelines, which are set to come into effect on April 1, 2017.