This case relates to an OEM for a hydration backpack that Shoresh (Source Vagabond) claims was planning on manufacturing anyway, and a potential customer who represents Strider, a company making children’s bikes, who negotiated with them to supply such a… 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 ›
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 ›
This is the third decision on employee compensation that issued this month. In this case, the employee inventor requested that the committee for discussing employee compensation for service inventions rule compensation under Section 134 of the Israel Patent Law. On… Read More ›
Isscar is a leading Israel company that manufactures hard metal cutting tools. As an employee at Isscar, Gidon Barzani was involved in the development of hard metal cutting tools at Isscar during the years 1992 to 1995, and again between 1997 and… Read More ›
This ruling on Appeal by the Supreme Court relates to patents. Avichai Madmoni, an inventor, sued Ahidatex Nazareth (1977) LTD, Abraham Hazor and Export Erez US Inc. and Export Erez Israel LTD. for failing to successfully commercialize his invention. Judge… Read More ›