January, 2008 A new ruling of the Tel Aviv District Court deals with the intersection of copyright law and the freedom of artistic expression. The suit deals with the Tel Aviv Museum
November 2007 The Copyright Law of 1911, states that the copyright in a work by a salaried employee belongs to his employer. Nevertheless, the law permits a journalist the right to prohibit the publication of articles_old or other works he may have written
July, 2006 Article on Israel's Supreme Court ruling that the Patent and Trademark Authority acted correctly when it allowed the registration of the mark E! Online for online services despite the existing registration of the mark T Online in the same class.
March, 2006 by Tony Greenman, attorney at law At the end of 2005, the Ministry of Justice circulated a draft e-commerce bill. The bill designed to tackle a limited number of issues in e-commerce, including e-contract formation and ISP obligations to users in regard to personally identifying data, contains an important section on ISP liability.
April, 2005 Two recent rulings of Israeli District Courts have addressed the inherent tension that exists between copyright and the principal of the freedom of information in the digital world. In both cases the courts denied petitions for preliminary injunctions, in which the petitioners sought to use copyright law in order to prevent the copying and publication of factual information on the internet
December 2004 In two precedential decisions Israeli collective copyright administration corporations were declared to be restrictive arrangements, which are illegal, unless approved by the Israel Antitrust Tribunal.