There are well-defined groups of Jewish singles looking for partners. In traditional society, the match-maker paired up potential partners, and made his/her living from so-doing. In the wider society, friends and acquaintances suggested that people who seemed compatible should meet…. Read More ›
As Israel’s leading IP blogger, I regularly get emails and phone calls from students, inventors, academics and professionals, both from Israel and abroad, about various aspects of patent and trademark practice. Most recently, I received an interesting question on what… Read More ›
Israel originating patents filed in the US jumped 21 percent in 2014, according to a study by BdiCoface. The study found that 3,555 Israel-based patents were filed in the US during 2014,which is nearly 389 patents per million Israeli inhabitants. Only… Read More ›
PCZL (Pearl Cohen Zedek Latzer LLP) Appeals Source Vagabond Decision Sanctioning the Law firm for bringing Frivolous Law Suit.
Background Source Vagabond is one of a number of companies making personal portable water supplies that are known in Israel as Shlookers – a shlook being slang Hebrew for a sip. On August 2, 2011, Source Vagabond sued Hydrapak for,… Read More ›
Submitting Corresponding European File Wrapper In Israel Patent Opposition Rejected on Procedural Grounds but Decision Overturned by Court
Tel Aviv District Court Returns Opposition to Israel Patent Office Arbitrator who refused to consider corresponding European file wrapper on procedural grounds
The following is largely cribbed from the IPKAT. Chief Judge Randall R Rader of the US Court of Appeals for the Federal Circuit (CAFC) has resigned from his role as the head of the CAFC. On Friday, Chief Judge Rader wrote… Read More ›
Csan Bnei Brith use trademark law to prevent rogue Hillel Houses promote anti-Zionist speakers?
Israel and 17 other examining authorities have now set up a Global Patent Prosecution Highway. The 17 offices involved in the GPPH pilot are IP Australia (IP Australia), Canadian Intellectual Property Office (CIPO), Danish Patent and Trademark Office (DKPTO), Hungarian… Read More ›
As of 1 January 2013, the USPTO will be offering reduced price searches for PCT applications filed by small and micro-entities. The cost of the International Search Report will be $2080 for regular entities, $1040 for small entities and $520 for… Read More ›