LL.B. (cum laude), 1990, Tel Aviv University.
- Senior Partner
- Attorney at Law
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Eran’s main field of expertise is litigation of intellectual property rights (patents, patent term extensions, plant breeders’ rights, copyright, trade secrets, trademarks and designs), unjust enrichment and competition law as well as complex litigations, particularly those involving issues of technology and management of multi jurisdiction IP litigations.
Eran has vast experience appearing before Israeli courts at all levels and before the Patents, Designs, and Trademarks Registrar.
Eran is well-versed in the fields of Intellectual Property; High Technology; Technology Transfer and licensing, Digital Health, Big Data Licensing Competition Law; Agency and Distributorships; Regulatory Law (Pharmaceuticals and Medical Devices); Defense and Homeland Security Industry and Governmental Companies.
Among his other activities, Eran was involved in the legislative process in the Israeli Parliament (Knesset) relating to his expertise (Patents Law and Regulations, Pharmacists Ordinance, Copyright Law), acting on behalf of various entities. He represented the Israeli Bar association at a special forum of professional members of the Patents industry established by the Israeli Patents Office.
Eran serves as a consultant for intellectual property matters to the Accountant General’s Division of the Ministry of Finance of the State of Israel.
Recently Eran was selected to represent the Civil Enforcement Unit of Israel’s Ministry of Justice, which is in charge of inter alia enforcing the State civil rights. Eran’s appointment concerns disputes surrounding invention made by state employees (service inventions).
Eran was elected in the end of 2016 (in elections open to all members of AIPPI Israel organization, who constitute a major part of active Intellectual Property professionals in Israel) to be the secretary of the Israeli AIPPI organization a position he holds to date.
- Should your Intellectual Property Lawsuit be heard before a District or Magistrates’ Court?
- “Call for action” of the Israeli Ministry of Health: Marketing exclusivity to biological drugs
- Israel Supreme Court Rules: Chinese Judgements are Enforceable in Israel
- PTEs for Enantiomers are Possible in Some Cases Notwithstanding an Earlier Marketing Authorization of a Racemate
- Recently published: New empirical study of ILPO relating to pre-grant oppositions in Israel
Eran authored the Israel chapter in the “Chambers Global Practice Guide – Patent Litigation 2017”. He is also an author for the Israel Chapter in the latest edition of the book “Patents Throughout the World”, published by Thomson Reuters.
Eran is a co-author of the book “Global Patent Litigation – How and where to win”. which help multi-national companies and their counsel answer critical questions when developing and implementing an effective global patent litigation strategy. He is a co-author of the Israel chapter in “ICLG- International Comparative Legal Guide to: Patents 2019”.
Eran is a co-author of the book “Intellectual property Law in Israel”. The book derives from the chapter on Intellectual Property law in Israel in the Encyclopedia of Laws (IEL) published by the internationally renowned “Kluwer Law International”. Eran is a co-author of the chapter on PTE in Israel of the book “Patent Term Extensions – Erganzende Schutzzertifikate”, a manual which comments on the relevant statutory provisions and the relevant case law in the U.S., Korea, Russia, Switzerland, Singapore, Taiwan and Israel.
- Globes: "The digital health revolution evolves without a legislative framework". An opinion piece by Eran Bareket, senior partner, and Chen Ben Dori-Alkan partner of Gilat, Bareket & Co. of our Group, about the legislative framework in the digital health field.
- The book ICLG - International Comparative Legal Guide to: Patents 2019 has been published. The Israel chapter authored by Adv. Eran Bareket, Senior Partner of Gilat, Bareket & Co. of our Group and Dr. Ronnie Benshafrut, Senior Partner
- Chambers & Partners 2018: Leading the Intellectual Property arena in Israel!
- The Marker: "Delaying Grant of Patents Harms Innovation" An op-ed on oppositions against patent registrations in Israel, by advocates Eran Bareket & Chen Ben Dori-Alkan, partners at Gilat, Bareket & Co., of our group
- ICLG- International Comparative Legal Guide to: Patents 2018: Israel chapter authored by Adv. Eran Bareket, senior partner at Gilat, Bareket & Co. and Dr. Ronnie Benshafrut, senior partner
Eran has been personally commended in leading international guides: Chambers & Partners Global , Legal 500 (recommended as one of the “Leading individuals” under IP in Israel), Managing Intellectual Property (MIP IP Stars), WTR1000, IAM 1000 (The World’s Leading Patent Practitioners), Expert Guides (both patent & TM categories), Who’s Who Legal (Life Science & Patents), WIPR Leaders in IP (Patents, LS, TM, Media, Finance).
Chambers & Partners Global: Eran Bareket is a distinguished IP litigator, handling contentious matters arising from research and development in the biotech and pharmaceutical sectors.
Chambers & Partners Global 2017: Leading practitioner Eran Bareket is considered a “very talented lawyer” who impresses with his handling of IP litigation.
Legal 500: Eran Bareket demonstrates ‘strategic thinking’.
Intellectual Asset Management – The World’s Leading Patent Practitioners 1000 (IAM Patent 1000): “Eran Bareket “is an outstanding litigator; we’ve sat across the table from him many times in court, in lectures and in the Knesset”.
The World’s Leading Trademark Professionals (WTR 1000): Eran Bareket said to be “a creative thinker”, and is “routinely highlighted for skill in tackling – and winning – trademark disputes at all levels of the court system”.
The World’s Leading Trademark Professionals (WTR 1000) – 2017: “Eran Bareket’s name is known far and wide, making him a magnet for foreign clients”.
Managing Intellectual Property (MIP IP Stars): “Eran in particular is just fantastic. He has an in-depth understanding of the processes involved and the people involved and the law involved. He was really good at keeping us up to date with what was going on. We were just able to let him get on with it and do it.”