This is the second of a series of articles regarding advertisements by Espresso Club that parody advertisements by Nespresso that feature George Clooney as a presenter. The Appellant, Nespresso, claims that their trademark rights were infringed in a number of… Read More ›
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Nespresso has an international advertising campaign featuring George Clooney. A compilation of these may be found here. Apparently the subliminal message is that if one “drinks different”, one will drive luxury cars, become a fabulously wealthy successful actor (who nevertheless needs… Read More ›
Appeal 2070/19 GmbH Pharma UCB vs. Commissioner of Patents This is a request for a further hearing of the District Court ruling rejecting an appeal of 29979-1-18 by Judge Jakobi that appealed a ruling by Commissioner Alon of 4 July… Read More ›
A professional photographer, Israel Cohen, took a rare photograph of Rabbi Chaim Kanievsky at home, participating in a ceremony destroying mobile phones with a hammer. The defendant, Kav Religious Newspapers, is the publisher of various weekly local free newspapers distributed… Read More ›
The present ruling is concerned with a double appeal to the Supreme Court, with Israel Aircraft Industries appealing a waiver given to Israel Fried of court filing fees for the filing fee for first million shekels claimed, and Fried appealing the decision… Read More ›
The Questions in Dispute Did Yehezkel Panyan infringe the copyright of Aharon Amram’s song “A Tear in the Eye”? To answer this question, we have to look at the claims raised by the defendant which allege that the plaintiff has no rights in the… Read More ›
Appeal to Supreme Court, Should a Judge who points out the Weakness of a Case at Pretrial, Recuse Herself for Having Preconceptions?
Yehoshua Fishler is suing G.A. Ehrlich LTD (Ehrlich & Fenster) in the Tel Aviv – Jaffa District Court. He requested that Judge M Amit Anisman withdraw from the case. The case concerns allegations and counter allegations of breach of contract… Read More ›
Fischler vs. Ehrlich – Should the Judge Recuse Herself for Expressing a Negative Opinion on Plaintiff’s Likelihood of Prevailing in Pre-trial Hearing?
This is an interim ruling concerning a financial dispute between Joshua Fischler and G.A. Ehrlich (1995) ltd. In response to a preliminary assessment that the case was weak, and plaintiff (Fischler) should post a bond to cover Ehrlich’s costs, should… Read More ›