Tamar Morag-SelaPartner, Head of Life Science & Chemistry Practice Patent Attorney Reinhold Cohn & Partners
- M.Sc. Chemistry, 1996, Weizmann Institute of Science.
Being a patent attorney since 1998, Tamar has vast experience in handling patent portfolios of Israeli and foreign clients, ranging from private entrepreneurs and small start-up companies to large multinational corporations. The services she provides her clients include patent strategy guidance and assistance in screening processes, drafting and prosecution of patent applications internationally; opinions both regarding patentability and Freedom-to-Operate (FTO) and general management of IP matters.
Through the years of practicing IP, Tamar has gained experience in numerous technological arenas, with her main expertise in the fields of drug delivery, in particular lipid, liposome and polymer based delivery systems; foodtech, agrotech including, water and soil treatment, plant development and protection and plant breeder’s rights; and other environmental-related technologies.
Tamar is also the Partner heading the Plant Breeder’s Rights (PBR) Department in the firm, and thus is well versed in the various aspects of, and procedures relating to, the protection of new plant varieties, and other plant related innovations.
In addition, Tamar has significant experience in managing intellectual property (IP) matters of technological Incubators making use of the extensive and professional team within the Reinhold Cohn Group to handle the IP of the Incubator’s companies in all technological fields.
Among her other activities, Tamar is also Heading the Records and Information Systems Department.
Tamar serves as the president of the AIPPI (International Association for the Protection of Intellectual Property) organization in Israel and as a member of the IP and Green Technology committee of AIPPI.
February 25, 2021
Globes: Throughout history, women have played a significant role in inventions that have changed our lives - from the X-ray machine to the dishwasher, but on many occasions they have had to fight for their ability to do so, and for recognition of their contribution. Despite progress made in recent years, the World Intellectual Property Organization data shows that there is still a long road ahead, and, according to forecasts, only in 2044 there will be gender equality in inventors in patent applications.Read More
Ranking and Recognition
Tamar is ranked and personally commended in several leading international guides:
Legal 500, Managing Intellectual Property (MIP IP Stars), IAM Patent 1000 (The World’s Leading Patent Practitioners).
In 2020 she was selected among the top 250 women in IP by the leading guide Managing IP.