Israel Patent Number 157,035 is owned by Moshe Lavi. It relates to a shelf for the compressor of an air conditioning unit. The main claim is as follows: A modular bracket for an air conditioner compressor, said bracket comprising a… Read More ›
Karelia Tobacco Company Inc filed Israel trademark application 213924 for the word Kappa (non-stylized). The mark covers cigarettes, tobacco and tobacco products, lighters, matches and smoker’s requirements, all in class 34. The application was filed in August 2006, and was accepted in March… Read More ›
Israel Patent Application No. 140665 to Novartis tited “Use of Combiantion Compositions comprising Valsartan and Amlodipine n the preparation of medicaments for the treatment and prevention of diabetes related hypertension” relates to preparations including Valsartan and Amlodipine for treating high blood pressure and… Read More ›
Fisher Price and Mattel Ripped Off with copycat products sold in Israel. The products don’t have Fisher Price or Mattel trademarks, and Fisher Price and Mattel did not register the designs or a patent. Israel judge found for the defendants
PCZL (Pearl Cohen Zedek Latzer LLP) Appeals Source Vagabond Decision Sanctioning the Law firm for bringing Frivolous Law Suit.
Background Source Vagabond is one of a number of companies making personal portable water supplies that are known in Israel as Shlookers – a shlook being slang Hebrew for a sip. On August 2, 2011, Source Vagabond sued Hydrapak for,… Read More ›
Nespresso sues Expresso Club for airing advertisement with George Clooney lookalike.
Some readers may consider this blog as having political leanings. After all, I’ve reported on copyright infringements by the Likud Party (here) and by Shas (here) in previous election campaigns, and have also reported on copyright infringement by the Hebrew University… Read More ›