Decker & Ofir specializes in Intellectual property in Israel and overseas. We welcome you to dive in to our article series, showcasing a variety of content meant to help you get started.
What Is Intellectual Property Law?
Intellectual property refers to all sorts of intangible assets that people posses. For example, Intellectual property can be a business name, a design, reputation, an invention or literary work. Intellectual property law is intended to protect your rights to use (and to prevent others from using) your intellectual property.
Types of Intellectual Property
Intellectual property can include trademarks, designs, copyrights, and patents. It is important for businesses to protect their intellectual property in order to prevent others from using it.
Trademarks in Intellectual Property Law
One area of intellectual property we deal with extensively is trademarks. We have numerous articles related to trademarks in Israel, including how to register a national trademark in Israel, the time it takes to register a trademark in Israel, ensuring your trademark is protected elsewhere, applying to register an international trademark, questions about competition and exclusive registration of a trademark in Israel, how long a trademark is valid in Israel, using the same trademark for various services, using a trademark prior to registering it, registering multiple trademarks in one application, expediting the trademark registration process, the cost of registering a trademark in Israel, whether one needs a lawyer to register a trademark in Israel, and more.
If you have any questions for an Israeli intellectual property lawyer or about trademarks, please contact us.
Advocate Michael Decker specializes in intellectual property and trademarks for private and corporate clients, and he would be happy to help you.