Naomi Ragen accuesd of plagiarism once again.
Advocate Yael Gil has criticized court decisions. Her field of practice is apparently family law, and, on her blog at the Marker Cafe http://cafe.themarker.com/view.php?u=152952 she has accused decisions as being sexist, and has accused the light of justice of the court of dimming. In flowery language she… Read More ›
Moroccanoil is an Israeli company that manufactures hair products from Argan oil, which is apparently used in Moroccan cooking, and is native to Morocco. Determining the brand to be descriptive as to origin, the Deputy Commissioner of Patents and Trademarks at the Israel Patent Office… Read More ›
In a surprising move, the Under Secretary of Commerce for Intellectual Property and Director of the USPTO David Kappos is considering extending the US Provisional Application pendency from one year to two years. See http://www.uspto.gov/news/pr/2010/10_10.jsp I find the idea a… Read More ›
Taro Pharmaceutical Industries Ltd. have announced that the U.S. Patent and Trademark Office has issued the company a patent for its non-sedating barbiturate drug T2007, which is currently under development. T2007 is the sodium salt of DPB (diphenyl barbituric acid), and its use is directed… Read More ›
Israel Supreme Court rules against English and Scottish Football leagues – but have they got it wrong?
After four years of service, declaring it time for a change, Adv. Michael Shaham has resigned as President of LES and has recommended that board member Hananel Kvatinsky be appointed in his stead, until the next general meeting, the change being implemented immediately…. Read More ›
Teva buys German generic manufacturer Ratiopharm, thereby establishing a presence in Germany.