We view ourselves as the strategic partner of choice in Israel, blending our knowledge of the regulatory environment, familiarity with cutting-edge technology and background in venture capital to deliver superior value to the client.
We take pride in offering personal service to each and every one of our clients. We maintain constant client contact, informing them of all developments in the registration process for their patent, design, or trademark application. Our clients receive consultation and guidance, from preliminary search through filing and prosecution, securing the granting of rights in every country that they may require.
We have been recognized as Israel's second largest patent filing firm as measured by the number of international patent applications filed at the World Intellectual Property Organization.
The firm has been ranked by the international legal guides such as Legal 500 and Chambers and Partners, as a leading Israeli IP law firm, and several of our senior lawyers have been recognized by various legal guides as leading practitioners in IP field.
Our clients include start-up companies holding one or more patents, where we participate in the development of their business strategy, primarily from a research & development perspective.
The firm is particularly known for its representation of all the major international seed development companies in Israel. Our aim is to further our clients' overall business and intellectual property protection strategy and to take broad actions that further their goals.
We also approach trademark protection on behalf of our clients from the same broad strategic lens.
We represent potential buyers of technology, and in these cases we deal with more mature products with proven track records of success in the market.
We focus on supporting the discovery of new ideas as well as connections to existing ones.
We strengthen the creative idea by adding the right protection to the idea.
We let our clients take on the implementation of the idea, from easing the extraordinary to taking action.
Within the limitation of the law, the goal of strategy is gaining market power and the monopolistic power of exclusion that IP provides fits together with Porter's Five Forces model. IP provides viable market power for businesses against customers and suppliers; it limits opportunities for competitive limitation and access; and they put restraints for existing products based on current technology. IP is increasingly the most important source of one's strength relative to the other players in one's ecosystem.
We work to identify the core benefit or service that your invention has a potential to evolve into, yet we also analyze the sequent impact of it in a form of actual product, such as brand and design development, and of augmented product, such as installation and after-sale service.