Chabad have a concession to provide Kosher food at the International Conference Center in Hong Kong, subject to demand. INTA participants are used to there being a Kosher stand at the opening reception. This is not the state of… Read More ›
Csan Bnei Brith use trademark law to prevent rogue Hillel Houses promote anti-Zionist speakers?
The Diary of Anne Frank is a well-known book that Anne Frank wrote whilst in hiding from the Nazis in a house at Prinsengracht 263, Amsterdam. It is an important eye witness account of the Second World War from the… Read More ›
Israel Supreme Court Mediates a Settlement between Authors on Plagiarism, But leaves the Law Unclear
Israel Supreme Court hear and negotiate compromise in high profile copyright appeal, thereby dodging their responsibility to clarrify the Israel Law.
Pesach closure dates Israel Patent Office 2013
Apologizing for the short notice, tomorrow at 4 PM, Professor Nachum Rakover, Professor Jeremy Phillips, Dr Neil Wilcoff, myself, my brother Aharon and other IP enthusiasts will discuss the following two questions raised by Professor Rakover: 1. Can someone who has purchased a printed… Read More ›
Review of IP in Jewish Law Conference sponsored and cohosted by Yad HaRav Herzog and JMB, Factor & Co.
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