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Ketchup Wars

Heinz has removed the Hebrew transliteration of Ketchup from bottles of their iconic sauce. The reason? Israel has a standard for Ketchup that Heinz doesn’t come up to. Specifically, Israeli Ketchup contains a higher percentage of tomato extracts than Heinz’… Read More ›

Rentalcars.com

This ruling considers whether a generic top level domain g.TLD can be registered as a trademark. Traveljigsaw LTD filed Israel Trademark Application TM 241856 for the word mark rentalcars.com for: Transport services; travel services; car hire services; arranging holiday transport; vehicle rental and… Read More ›

Coveri (Caveri?)

On 3 May 2011, Enrico Coveri s.r.l. filed Israel Trademark Application No. 237567 for ‘COVERI’ coveri(ng) clothing, footwear and headgear, all in class 25. The mark was eventually allowed and published for opposition purposes on 30 April 2012. On 23 July… Read More ›