Listed below for ease of reference are the links to some of Israel’s main intellectual property laws as they appear in translated form at the World Intellectual Property Organization (WIPO) website and the International Union for the Protection of New Varieties of Plants (UPOV) website. (*see comment below)
| Copyright Act, 1911, including amendments, as was in force by 25 May 2008
| [following the entry into effect of the Copyright Act, 2007, the provisions of this Act are repealed; [the provisions of the 1911 Act continue to apply to certain matters specified in the transitional provisions of the Copyright Act, 2007]
| Copyright Ordinance, 1924, [following the entry into effect of the Copyright Act, 2007, sections 1 through 3A and section 3f through 15 are repealed; the remaining provisions of the Ordinance continue to apply to certain matters specified in transitional provisions of the Copyright Act, 2007]
| Plant Breeders’ Rights Law, 5733 – 1973 at the International Union for the Protection of New Varieties of Plants (UPOV) website
| Trademarks Ordinance [New Version] 5732-1972 (see also French version)
* The translations are not necessarily up-to-date and/or accurate and do not represent a complete and/or conclusive list of IP legislation; they are provided for your convenience only and cannot be relied upon. The translations selected are linked from external resources, and Reinhold Cohn Group is in no way responsible for, inter alia, the accuracy of the translations or for ensuring that any of the laws is up-to-date.