Hebrew
Practice Areas

Plant Breeders' Rights

Gilat, Bareket & Co. has vast experience in the protection of plant breeders' rights, including the protection in Israel of new plant varieties in accordance with the Plant Breeders' Rights Law of 1973 and the UPOV Convention.

The attorneys active in this practice area represent one of the largest companies in the world which specializes in developing and cultivating new varieties of deciduous fruits and grapes, in all aspects of the protection and commercialization of its plant breeders' rights in Israel and in a number of legal proceedings and claims pertaining to the infringement of the company's proprietary rights and ownership thereof. 

The firm also assists its clients in this area in drafting licensing agreements pertaining to the production and distribution of agricultural produce protected by plant breeders’ rights, license agreements for the use of protected varieties and strategic cooperation between the rights owners and nursery owners, growers, distributors and exporters of plants and fruits.

In addition to the extensive knowledge and experience of the firm in this field, the close cooperation with the patent attorneys of Reinhold Cohn & Partners creates a unique and effective platform for offering top quality services to each and every client.

Reinhold Cohn uses cookies to run our site and improve its usability.
By using our site you agree to our use of cookies.

OK Learn more