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Not By Bread Alone - Angel vs Engel
Section 11(9) of the Israeli Trademark Ordinance establishes the well-known principle according to which a trademark, which is identical or confusingly similar to another prior mark which is already registered ...
Israel
5 Jun 2019
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I See Your (True) Colours - The Registerability Of Colours And The Names Of Colours As Trademarks
Over the years, rulings in Israel have dealt with this question in various ways
Israel
22 May 2019
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A Racemic Compound? A Racemic Mixture? The Fight Over PTE/SPC For Enantiomers Goes On!
The Israeli Patents Law 1967 empowers the Registrar of Patents to extend the term of 'basic patents' protecting pharmaceutical products, for an additional term beyond the statutory 20-year period of patent protection.
Israel
20 May 2019
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Employee Remuneration For Service Inventions: Collective Regulation May Help Reduce The Exposure Of R&D Companies
A recent precedential decision, issued by the Compensation and Royalties Committee ("the Committee"), in a case in which our firm represented a leading Israeli company...
Israel
12 Feb 2018
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Excluding The Tax Levied On The Employment Of Foreign Employees In The Calculation Of Minimal Manpower Costs In Public Tenders
The Appellant claimed that in practice, central and municipal government authorities enable the engagement of contractors that employ foreign employees.
Israel
12 Feb 2018
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Employment Law – Highlights For 2017
•Increase in Minimum Wage – As of December 2017, minimum wage was increased to 5,300 NIS per month and 28.49 NIS per hour.
Israel
9 Feb 2018
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You Snooze You Lose!
Interested in Patent Term Extensions for medical device in Israel? Be ready for prompt action
Israel
9 Feb 2018
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Ruling Update: Inherent Discrimination In Creating A Model For Outstanding Employees Who Dedicate Their Lives To The Workplace With No External Commitments.
In terms of denouncing such statement and transferring the onus to the company to prove that its decision was not based on prohibited considerations, the judgement was predictable.
Israel
7 Feb 2018
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The Taxation Of A Non-Compete Consideration Paid To An Ex-Employee
There is no importance for this purpose whether the non-compete was paid exactly in the end of the employment relationship or at a later point of time. However, the employee has the right to try refuting this presumption.
Israel
2 May 2017
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Employer Awarded Damages For Employee Breach Of Trust And Bad Faith
As a result, employers whose employees start competing businesses or go to work for a competitor are generally reluctant to file claims, unless they can substantiate a breach of a concrete additional employee obligation.
Israel
2 May 2017
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Israeli Taxation Updates - FATCA, Management & Control, And The Offset Of Losses Of Purchased Companies
In this brochure, we will review some of the recent changes in the Israeli tax field that may impact on the taxation of both Israeli and non-Israeli individuals and corporations.
Israel
26 Apr 2017
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Changes In The Israeli Tax Legislation - Significant Benefits For Corporates
On December 22, 2016, the Israeli Parliament enacted new legislation as part of approving selected chapters of the economy policy program and the government budget for the years 2017 and 2018...
Israel
26 Apr 2017
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New Aggressive Bill - Management & Control Presumption And Transfer Pricing Liabilities
The current wording of section 1 of the ITO provides that a body of persons would be deemed an Israeli resident if it was either incorporated in Israel or if its business is managed and controlled in Israel.
Israel
20 Apr 2017
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Whistleblowing No Excuse For Ignoring Basic Disciplinary Rules
Whistleblowers often claim that they were dismissed due to their whistleblowing activities and are therefore entitled to the special statutory compensation intended to protect whistleblowers.
Israel
20 Apr 2017
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Draft Of A New Income Tax Circular - Employees Preservation Mechanism And Restrictions On Founders And Key Employees
As to the Holdback Payments, the Circular reflects an approach that is similar to the approach applied in the Tax Decision.
Israel
13 Apr 2017
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New Bill - Amendments Of The Tax Provisions Concerning Restructuring And Mergers, And An Update On The Helman Case
On February 12, 2017, the Israeli government approved a new bill, proposing amendments to Chapter E2 of the Income Tax Ordinance (New Version), 1961, which deal with tax reliefs for restructuring and merger transactions.
Israel
12 Apr 2017
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Duty To Notify Candidate That Employment Is Temporary Also Applies To Private Sector Employers
The Labour Court recently ruled that employers have a duty to inform prospective employees that the job that is offered to them is temporary and could be terminated at the end of a brief period, irrespective of their performance.
Israel
12 Apr 2017
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The Israeli Supreme Court: Patent Rights Do Not Override Patients' Rights!
The Supreme Court allowed an appeal filed by The Manufacturers Association of Israel, but denied that filed by Merck Sharp & Dohme Corp., thereby determining that MSD's patent term extension for ezetimibe has expired.
Israel
12 Apr 2017
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VIRGIN – A Well-Known Trademark In Israel And Part Of Family Of Marks
The Israeli Patents, Designs and Trademarks Registrar (hereinafter: "the Registrar") held that the mark "VIRGIN CANDLES" (hereinafter: "the Requested Mark") is confusingly similar to the registered trademark "VIRGIN", which the Registrar recognized as a well-known trademark in Israel.
Israel
4 Dec 2007
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"Do What Feels Good" — Registration of a Slogan as a Trademark
In a decision of the Israeli Trademarks Registrar dated March 6, 2006, it was held that Coca Cola's trademarks for "DO WHAT FEELS GOOD" consist of a slogan which has no distinctive character and are therefore not acceptable for registration.
Israel
17 May 2007
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