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Technology / IP and Licensing

Protecting intellectual property is a critical issue in technology companies. The need for this kind of protection varies from venture to venture and depends on its sphere of activity, each with its own unique needs.

The firm provides intellectual property legal services to technological incubators, technology transfer companies, and international and local companies operating in the fields of hardware, software, communications, energy, internet, new media, cleantech, life sciences, and biotechnology.

 

Our work in this field includes forging a company’s business strategy with regard to intellectual property. We also draft and draw up a variety of agreements relating to the design, development, and realization of intellectual property assets, including confidentiality agreements, authorizations, licenses, sub-licenses, and user licenses, as well as various forms of strategic cooperation in the development and commercialization of intellectual property. In addition, we advise companies on intellectual property matters in merger and acquisition transactions and provide representation to such companies when disputes arise. 

 

Our firm also possesses considerable experience handling the unique aspects of online activities, including copyrights, counterfeiting, terms of use, slander, and privacy policy.

 

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January 8, 2019

Hosting Participants of the EdStart Program

We hosted today participants of AWS EdStart, an educational technology (EdTech) startup accelerator. A number of partners from our firm spoke at the seminar: Itay Gura lectured on founders' agreements, Dr. Dotan Baruch on websites' terms of use, Daniel Lorber on intellectual property, and Harel Perlmutter on the tax issues of startups.

September 17, 2018

Israel’s Innovation Authority Issues New Know-How Licensing Rules for Multinational Corporations

Israel’s Innovation Authority (the IIA, formerly the Office of the Chief Scientist) has issued new rules regarding the licensing of IIA-funded know-how for use by multinational corporations outside of Israel.

September 26, 2017

Article on Regulatory Challenges of FinTech Companies Featured in TheMarker

Micky Barnea, the firm's managing partner,published an article on the regulatory challenges facing Fintech companies, in TheMarker's FinTech Magazine. Micky notes that entry barriers to this field are not only the development stage, but also the strength of the regulatory solution. Therefore, acquired knowledge can become a real intellectual property and carry enormous potential.

Technology / IP and Licensing

Protecting intellectual property is a critical issue in technology companies. The need for this kind of protection varies from venture to venture and depends on its sphere of activity, each with its own unique needs.

The firm provides intellectual property legal services to technological incubators, technology transfer companies, and international and local companies operating in the fields of hardware, software, communications, energy, internet, new media, cleantech, life sciences, and biotechnology.

 

Our work in this field includes forging a company’s business strategy with regard to intellectual property. We also draft and draw up a variety of agreements relating to the design, development, and realization of intellectual property assets, including confidentiality agreements, authorizations, licenses, sub-licenses, and user licenses, as well as various forms of strategic cooperation in the development and commercialization of intellectual property. In addition, we advise companies on intellectual property matters in merger and acquisition transactions and provide representation to such companies when disputes arise. 

 

Our firm also possesses considerable experience handling the unique aspects of online activities, including copyrights, counterfeiting, terms of use, slander, and privacy policy.

 

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News and updates - Technology:


January 8, 2019

Hosting Participants of the EdStart Program

We hosted today participants of AWS EdStart, an educational technology (EdTech) startup accelerator. A number of partners from our firm spoke at the seminar: Itay Gura lectured on founders' agreements, Dr. Dotan Baruch on websites' terms of use, Daniel Lorber on intellectual property, and Harel Perlmutter on the tax issues of startups.

September 17, 2018

Israel’s Innovation Authority Issues New Know-How Licensing Rules for Multinational Corporations

Israel’s Innovation Authority (the IIA, formerly the Office of the Chief Scientist) has issued new rules regarding the licensing of IIA-funded know-how for use by multinational corporations outside of Israel.

September 26, 2017

Article on Regulatory Challenges of FinTech Companies Featured in TheMarker

Micky Barnea, the firm's managing partner,published an article on the regulatory challenges facing Fintech companies, in TheMarker's FinTech Magazine. Micky notes that entry barriers to this field are not only the development stage, but also the strength of the regulatory solution. Therefore, acquired knowledge can become a real intellectual property and carry enormous potential.

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