18 stories about IP
CTech AIsrael Conference Yossi Shakui

Microsoft explains how Generative AI impacts IP law and compliance

25.04.24|James Spiro
Yossi Shakui, Director of Digital Native at Microsoft, spoke to CTech at AIsrael 2024 to discuss the rights behind content created by artificial intelligence.

VoxelSensors elevates XR and mobile solutions with EyeWay Vision IP acquisition

The purchase strengthens the Belgian company's presence in the rapidly evolving Spatial and Empathic Computing space for mobile and Extended Reality (XR) applications
מגדל עזריאלי שרונה תל אביב

Israeli tech startups increasingly opt for US incorporation amid judicial overhaul

While mass job relocation is unlikely, the shift of companies and intellectual property registration abroad raises concerns over tax flows
תחנת חלל מסחרית אקסיום ספייס Axiom Space 3

Israel’s space race has an IP issue that needs its own exploration

02.09.22|Dov Greenbaum
“If you want to develop AI-mediated space technologies and you want to be safe from the nuisance of IP infringement lawsuits, maybe consider developing and launching it from Israel,” writes Dov Greenbaum.
Ehud Hausman

IP protection might just save the tech companies from their crisis

29.08.22|James Spiro
In a climate where companies are cutting costs, one thing is worth holding on to: your patents.
איור NFT

Irrational NFT exuberance requires new IP law

11.11.21|Dov Greenbaum
"The booming NFT market demands the creation of a new sui generis form of intellectual property protection to prevent third parties from passing off NFTs of works that are not theirs," writes Dov Greenbaum
סלעית שחר

IP not as a burden, but rather as a crucial business tool

08.11.21|Saleit Shahar
"Early-stage startups have limited financial and human resources to invest in IP. Together with the inherent problems in evaluating IP assets, startups do not always prioritize IP protection. However, as sometimes realized, the costs of lacking IP are higher," writes Saleit Shahar
אהוד האוזמן עו"ד ועורך פטנטים

Protecting AI and ML IP is crucial to remaining competitive in booming domain

27.06.21|Ehud Hausman
"Contrary to the common myth, in most leading countries including but not limited to the U.S., Europe (EPO), China, Korea and Japan, software-related inventions are patentable and enforceable," writes Ehud Hausman of Reinhold Cohn & Partners
Idan Netser leumi relocation 12.5

“You pretty much want to be a Delaware company - and here’s why”

26.05.21|In collaboration with LeumiTech USA
Idan Nester, Partner at Sidley Austin LLP, discusses some of the tax benefits behind moving Israeli IP overseas - drawing on a famous example from Google and Waze
רוני בן שפרוט

The Israeli cannabis industry needs only one thing: certainty

25.01.21|Dr. Ronni Benshafrut
If the Israeli legislator wishes to see the field of cannabis utilized to the fullest, local legislation needs to formulate a consistent, decisive, and clear policy which removes obstacles
המרכז הפיננסי הבינלאומי דובאי DIFC

Intellectual property left in a vulnerable position in Israel-UAE peace accords

05.11.20|Doron Peskin
Israeli companies that are interested in protecting their intellectual property, trademarks, and patents should quell their excitement as long as there are still no embassies established in both countries
Victoria Lee DLA Piper

Companies must reassess IP risks in Covid-19 era

11.08.20|Victoria Lee
While companies consider how to bring employees back into offices, having some employees working from home may continue for some time
עו"ד אסא קלינג ראש מחלקת קניין רוחני במשרד עוה"ד נשיץ ברנדס אמיר ולשעבר ראש רשות הפטנטים

Israel Patent Office mulls U.S.-inspired provisional application

15.06.20|Hagar Ravet
Should the new model be adopted it would offer innovators a more accessible and less pricey route to patenting and could prove a source of revenue for the Israeli economy, according to intellectual property lawyer and former patent office director Asa Kling
אוניברסיטת תל אביב מעבדה בדיקות קורונה

As the pandemic continues to rage, patents should be protected without hampering innovation

08.06.20|Chavah Apfelbaum and Syvanne Aloni
Pioneers, who are navigating fragmented intellectual property laws across global markets, must be astute if they are to benefit from the significant commercial and geopolitical value of Covid-19-related ideas and products
מדריך מצלמה לפטופ פרטיות אבטחה

Who is Watching Our Backs With Unprecedented Growth in Online Consumption?

24.05.20|Or Lenchner
Websites are in dire need of transparency, especially now when our digital lifeline seems to have taken center stage and is here to stay
ועידת ברלין 2020 ניסן כספי מנכ"ל Power IP Innovative Power

The Electricity Market Is Headed for a Major Revolution, Says Energy Expert

01.03.20|Hagar Ravet
Nissan Caspi, the CEO of IP Innovative Power, spoke Thursday at Calcalist's WeTech Berlin 2020 conference
Oren Sagi General Manager Cisco Israel

Cisco Predicts More IP Traffic in the Next Five Years Than in the Entire History of the Internet

24.12.18|Cisco, a CTech Partner
By 2022, 60% of the global population will be internet users. More than 28 billion devices and connections will be online. And video will make up 82% of all IP traffic
מג ויטמן מנכ"לית HPE

HPE Slapped with $450 Million Tax in Israel

01.08.17|Omri Milman and Tomer Ganon
In June, an Israeli court set a precedent, taxing Microsoft for a 2007 intellectual property deal. Now, the authorities are after another IT giant