Since President George Washington pushed for the passage of the first US Patent Act in 1789, the US patent system reflects the pioneering spirit of the founding fathers. Professor Jay Thomas of Georgetown University confirms that the case law of… Read More ›
The Director General for Internal Market and Services is consulting stakeholders of their needs in relation to the legal framework and possible actions in the field of intellectual Property.
The United States Patent and Trademark Office has approved a patent for a space vehicle that is propelled by a superconducting shield that can change the curvature of space-time outside the craft in a way that counteracts gravity.
‘Inventor’ Andrew Knight has several United States published patent applications for the storylines of movie plots. So far his portfolio includes four patent applications that variously published in November and December of last year. They are all entitled “Process of… Read More ›
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.
Google™ wins partial victory against plaintiff Geico™ in high profile trademark infringement case (Jan 2005)
In addition to generating and displaying search results based on objective criteria of relevance to the search term and importance of the website, Google, Yahoo and other search engines allow advertisers to display adverts and links to web sites… Read More ›
On Monday, the United States Supreme Court rejected a bid by Research in Motion, the Canadian maker of BlackBerry e-mail devices, to review its patent dispute with the holding company NTP. The case is thus returned to Judge James R…. Read More ›