Overview of our Intellectual Property Practice
We are widely acknowledged for the strength, depth and range of our intellectual property law practice, which is unparalleled in Israel for its level of expertise and service. European Legal 500 has described our intellectual property law practice in Israel as “a rare phenomenon in Israel, a full-service firm offering a full range of services in IP litigation, licensing and commercialisation, prosecution and enforcement”. Among the major commercial law firms in Israel, S. Horowitz & Co. is the only firm with full service Intellectual Property capability and to be ranked in the first tier by the major legal directories.
We advise companies and rights holders from a wide spectrum of industries in respect of all aspects of IP, both contentious and non-contentious, from research and development to commercialisation and licensing. The firm’s highly respected team of Intellectual Property lawyers provides strategic and legal counsel designed to assist international and domestic clients in the use, enforcement and protection of their valuable intellectual property in today’s rapidly-changing marketplace.
Our IP Lawyers
Our IP lawyers are specialists in patent, trademark, brand protection, technology transfer, copyright, design, trade secrets, rights in semi-conductor chips, appellations of origin and geographical indications, plant breeder’s rights, right of publicity, parallel imports and information technology law.
Our Intellectual Property Practice Experience
We have extensive experience acting on major, complex, multi-jurisdictional disputes where key IP rights are being litigated in parallel proceedings in different countries.
We are proud to be part of the S. Horowitz Institute for IP in memory of Dr. Amnon Goldenberg, which is part of the Faculty of Law at Tel Aviv University. The Institute, aims to promote the progress of Intellectual Property law and practices by supporting research and the study of IP, by facilitating the exchange of ideas both locally and globally, and by offering policymakers unbiased input. The Institute’s intention is to facilitate innovative, interdisciplinary research that acknowledges that the law in general and IP in particular are social tools.
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