Every ethnic group has its own food traditions. Sometimes there is overlap and sometimes the cuisine is very different. We’ve recently posted about Palestinian claims of Israeli approbation of Palestinian foodstuffs, particularly hummus, tehina, falafel and pita bread, and expressed… 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 ›
A Palestinian lawyer has accused Israel of stealing their culture, by eating foods such as hummus, tehinni and falafel and also by selling these abroad. More details may be watched here: WATCH_ Israel stole our falafel and hummus, Palestinians moan.html… Read More ›
Pfizer, represented by Luzzatto, requested to amend the period of Patent Term Extension granted for IL 139110, under Section 170 of the Law which authorizes the Commissioner to adjust the Patent Register. The original patent was due to lapse on… Read More ›
Opposition to IL 187923 to Xeda International – keeping fruit and vegetables free from penicillium mould
Phosphite ions have been long used to prevent infection of citrus fruits with penicillium mold. The treatment is less than successful for treating fruit that is already infected and typically additional chemicals have been used, but these are carcinogenic and… 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 ›
District Court Judge Requires Plaintiff Suing Patent Attorney for Failing to Pay Issue Fees on his Behalf, to Post Bond of 50,000 NIS to Cover Defendant’s Costs
Joshua Fischler has sued G.A. Ehrlich ltd (Ehrlich & Fenster Patent Attorneys – henceforth Ehrlich) for failing to pay the issue fee of an Australian Patent, thereby allegedly causing them damage of 21,000,000 Shekels. For the sake of the court… Read More ›