Intellectual Property

10 stories about Intellectual Property
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Israeli companies and entrepreneurs should prepare for change in the European patent system

03.03.22|Guillaume Stern
In a few months, the United Patent Court and the European Patent System will start operating differently, having significant implications for those seeking to protect their Intellectual Property
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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
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Reinhold Cohn and Calcalist to host 2021 startup competition

Contest is open to startups at seed and series A stages, top three winners will be awarded strategic, digital marketing, and storytelling services worth up to NIS 100,000
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Hyperloop is not only radical in its technology, but also in its intellectual property strategy

13.11.20|Dov Greenbaum
Ultimately, the goal is to merge the hyperloop system with an autonomous uber system, seamlessly connecting a human-free transportation system
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With Star Wars Day Just Around the Corner, Disney Tests the Limits of Intellectual Property

01.05.20|Dov Greenbaum
The owner of the well-beloved franchise recently claimed Tweets relating to it are subject to its own terms of service, appropriating users’ intellectual rights and igniting a wide discussion on the validity of often unread user agreements
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How Fortnite Danced Its Way Into Uncharted Legal Waters

04.02.19|Dov Greenbaum
Researcher Dov Greenbaum outlines the legal implications of recreating potentially copyrighted materials such as dance moves or even famous tattoos in video games
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Guns: Just a Red Herring in 3D Printing or Something More Problematic

27.01.19|Dov Greenbaum
If a group of people was asked about the legal concerns associated with 3D printing, most would likely mention 3D printed guns. But the moral and legal debate the technology raises is much broader
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On Way to Crypto Offering, Copyright Protection Startup Makes Misleading Claims

18.02.18|Daniel Vainberg
Israel-linked NKOR Ltd. is seeking to raise millions of dollars in the unregulated world of initial coin offerings
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Mobileye CEO Rejoins Jerusalem University Following Royalty Dispute

24.11.17|Hagar Ravet
Star scientist Amnon Shashua will be reinstated as a professor at the Hebrew University's engineering school
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Israel Wants to Tout New Corporate Tax Regime, Gets Snubbed by Big Tech

20.11.17|Omri Milman
The Ministry of Finance cancelled a delegation to the U.S. intended to convince tech multinationals to register their intellectual property in Israel