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By Ronit Barzik-Soffer
The present article focuses on the obligation to record a licensee as an "authorized user" and the implications of the failure to do so, under Israeli law.
By Rakefet Peled, Tomer Rosenfeld
Miniso is an international chain of affordable retail stores for home appliances, stationary, cosmetics, toys and more, which was founded in Japan in 2013 and which currently runs over 2600 branches around the world.
By Rakefet Peled, Lior Glassman
On 7 August 2018 a magistrates' court in Israel issued a ruling discussing the question of whether relief ought to be granted to pornographic filmmakers claiming infringement of their rights.
By Chen Ben Dori-Alkan, Eran Bareket
On 31 July 2018, the Israeli Ministry of Health (MoH) published a "call for action", inviting the public to participate in the process of examining the need to amend Section 47D of the Pharmacists' Ordinance, ...
By David Gilat, Sa'ar Alon
We are pleased to announce that a new Israeli Design Law is coming into force today, August 7, 2018.
By David Gilat
IP adjudicator found no likelihood of confusion between word mark BIG DEAL and stylised mark BIG DEAL
By David Gilat, Rakefet Peled
The Supreme Court has issued its decision in a dispute over the alleged existence of a visual resemblance between pasta packages (Store Chain of Rami Levy Hashikma Marketing 2006 ...
By Orit Gonen
Have you defined all your databases? Appointed a data protection officer? Do you know what obligations apply to your databases?
By Sa'ar Alon
The Patents and Designs Ordinance, 1924, does not include provisions allowing the publication of the design in the official Designs Journal upon registration.
By Rakefet Peled
Israel's Supreme Court upheld that oral course lectures not documented by the lecturer are copyrightable, but allowed publisher's defense that he was unaware of the existence of such copyrights.
By Eran Bareket, Rachel Lu, Gil Dagan
The Israeli Supreme Court recently issued an important and precedential decision recognizing, for the first time, the enforceability of Chinese court decisions in Israel.
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...