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David Gilat is an Attorney at Law and a Patent Attorney, a Senior Partner in the Reinhold Cohn Group. David has extensive professional experience in the various fields of intellectual property, in particular patents, trademarks, designs, copyrights, plant breeders’ rights, distribution agreements and competition law, including litigation, transactions and general consulting on intellectual property issues.
His main fields of expertise include: Technology (particularly chemistry, pharmaceutics, physics, high technology) and, branding and competition law. David has extensive professional experience in patent and trademark litigation and enjoys a worldwide reputation for his outstanding accomplishments in these fields. He has been involved in land mark cases, such as the Supreme Court Bacardi case, which was the first case in Israel that recognized the concept of well-known marks.
He is the author of "Experimental Use and Patents" IIC Studies (Vol 16 1995) and served as a research fellow at the Max Planck Institute for Foreign and International Patent, Copyright and Competition Laws, 1992-3.
Throughout the years, David has authored various chapters on Israel and has been contributing to the World Trademark Review on a regular basis ever since its start.