ON 16 January 2006, Miriam Naor of the Israel Supreme Court upheld a decision of Tel Aviv District Court Judge Isiah Shinler, banning the sale of “Torts in the Light of Court Rulings” allegedly authored by Eithan Inbar. Plaintiff Dr…. Read More ›
Recently Fa©tor-Patent Attorneys announced that Dr. Bernard Crammer, a chemist who worked for over 30 years at the Israel Patent Office, has joined them on a consultancy basis. Bernard brings with him a wealth of experience in Israel Patent Office… Read More ›
On 19 January, 2006, Israel Commisioner of Patents & Trademarks, Dr. Meir Noam, ruled in favour of British based, International Chemical Giant ICI, and refused to register Dewilux in the trademark register, due to its similarity to Dulux, ICI’s flagship paint product…. Read More ›
The US Supreme Court refused appeal of Japanese car manufacturer Nissan Motors and has allowed former Israeli Uzi Nissan to retain his domain names Nissan.net and Nissan.com. He is still allowed to sell advertisements on this popular website.
Recently Fa©tor-Patent Attorneys introduced a “Preliminary Search & Opinion” which is offered to their clients for a round $500. This popular service has proven invaluable to clients interested in attracting financial backing for their technologies Formerly they provided searches on… Read More ›
Professor Niva Elkin-Koren of Haifa University slammed the practice of giving inventors in academia a share of the royalties of their inventions. We disagree with her politically and economically, in that we believe that the current practice encourages collaboration between… Read More ›
Annulment Proceeding No. 142049 (28 December 2005), the IP Arbitrator at the Israel Patent Office, Noach Shalev Shmulovich has recently issued an important ruling on Software patents, and voided a patent issued for displaying graphical and textual elements of… Read More ›