Back in December 2016 Israel fashion designer Gadi Elemelech sued Renuar, a chain selling women’s clothing, for selling clothing that was confusingly similar to his haute couture dress. The dress in question appeared in Elemelech’s 2013 collection, and in Renuar’s 2014 range. 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.
Conference on Alternative Dispute Resolution (ADR) in Israel
Naomi Ragen found guilty of copyright infringement, unjust enrichment, negligent and (literary theft), but was the judge right? Copyright is supposed to strike a balance between the author’s rights and the public domain. It should encourage creativity, not stifle it.
Franky Perez sued El Al for copyright infringement regarding an advertisement based on Hatikvah, the Israel National Anthem, that he alleged plagiarized a rap version he’d produced three months earlier.
In addition to the more formal entertainments on offer in and around Times Square, New York, there are three scantily dressed buskers. One who calls himself the Naked Cowboy and a further two, each of which calls herself the Naked Cowgirl. These entertainers… Read More ›
In comments in earlier articles on this blog concerning plagiarism