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Yael Riemer

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Fischer Behar Chen Well Orion & Co

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Intellectual Property; Litigation; Class Actions & Derivative Suits

Position

FBC - Yael Riemer

Ms. Riemer is a partner in FBC's Litigation Department, where she specializes in intellectual property litigation, commercial disputes, and class actions.

Ms. Riemer provides legal counsel to individuals, private companies, and public companies with respect to intellectual property, information technology, and Internet law, including with respect to patents, trademarks, copyrights, trade secrets, privacy protection, and database usage.

Ms. Riemer has a particular expertise in the telecommunications market and entertainment law, and has extensive experience relating to disputes with collective organizations regarding the use of intellectual property.

Ms. Riemer represents clients before various Israeli courts, the Registrar of Patents and Trademarks, and the Customs Authority, as well as in arbitration and mediation proceedings.

Ms. Riemer is a member of the Israel group for the Protection of Intellectual Property (AIPPI).

Languages

Hebrew, English

Member

Israel Bar Association, 2008

Education

Tel Aviv University in collaboration with University of California Berkeley Boalt School of Law, The Executive International Masters Program (LL.M., Magna Cum Laude), 2012
Tel Aviv University (LL.B., Magna Cum Laude), 2007


Israel

Intellectual property: disputes

Within: Intellectual property: disputes

Fischer Behar Chen Well Orion & Co has recognised strengths in litigation and in IP, which it combines in a variety of IP disputes, including opposition, enforcement and infringement matters. The key figure in the IP litigation team is Yael Riemer, who is involved in multiple patent arbitration proceedings concerning IP ownership and protection in the defense and medical device sectors. Acting alongside Reuven Behar and Eran Yaniv, Riemer is also representing Allium Medical Solutions in a dispute with a state hospital regarding an alleged breach by Allium of certain service innovations. The team also handles IP enforcement and various litigious matters for prominent domestic clients in the media industry, including The Sports Channel, Channel 10, and a host of Israeli production companies.

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