As discussed previously https://blog.ipfactor.co.il/2019/04/03/association-israel-pepperoni-pizza-iniquity/, at the last AIPPI meeting which was an AGM with lectures as well, the AGM bit didn’t take place due to lack of a quorum. Indeed, a grand total of 15 members turned up, including the… Read More ›
On Tuesday 2nd April the Israel Patent Office hosted a seminar about various aspects of patenting. The topics covered included: The Patent Prosecution Highway (PPH) The patentability of software and business method patents in the United States Big Data, the… 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 ›
This case deals with a couple of competing Israeli companies that make aluminum profiles for windows and doors for business and domestic premises that filed cancellation actions against each other’s trademarks. Here, a word of explanation is in order. The… Read More ›
This decision considers the liability or otherwise of a supplier of adaptors that enable access to broadcasts of the English Premier League that would otherwise have to purchased from a satellite or cable provider that has an arrangement with the… 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 ›