For the first 70 years since the establishment of the State of Israel, the registration and protection of designs in Israel was governed by laws inherited from the British Mandate. Some of these were obsolete. For example, only local novelty… Read More ›
Tnuva vs. Strauss – Can an Interim Decision not to Allow an Amendment to an Opposed Patent be Appealed by Right Prior to the Main Ruling Issuing?
This Supreme Court Ruling clarifies that interim rulings regarding amendments to the application within the framework of an Opposition proceedings, are part of the opposition proceedings and can only be appealed immediately if authorization to appeal is given. After the… Read More ›
This ruling considers when the seven year Statute of Limitations starts for an employee to turn to the tribunal for service inventions for a ruling regarding appropriate compensation. Background Section 134 of the Israel Patent Law establishes a tribunal comprising… Read More ›