Adv Chen Ben Dori- Alkan > Gilat, Bareket & Co. of Reinhold Cohn Group > Tel Aviv, Israel > Lawyer Profile

Gilat, Bareket & Co. of Reinhold Cohn Group
26A HABARZEL STREET
PO BOX 13136
TEL AVIV 6113101
Israel

Work Department

Gilat, Bareket & Co., Attorneys at Law.

Position

Partner, Attorney at Law.

Career

In 2009 Adv. Chen Ben Dori- Alkan began her internship in Gilat, Bareket & Co. and gained experience in trademarks, copyright, patent, and design litigation. In 2010, Chen continued her practice as a lawyer & partner in Gilat, Bareket & Co. Chen handles various aspects of intellectual property rights, including patents, trademarks, designs, copyrights and plant breeders’ rights, and in representation of clients in litigation proceedings before Israeli courts and the Registrar of Patents, Designs and Trademarks. She also handles various aspects of commercial law, company law and international transactions. 

Languages

Hebrew, English.

Memberships

Israel Bar Association.

Education

LL.B, 2009, The Hebrew University of Jerusalem; B.Sc.Med, (Medical Sciences), 2005, The Hebrew University of Jerusalem; MPH (Public Health), 2008, The Hebrew University of Jerusalem.

Lawyer Rankings

Israel > Intellectual property > Intellectual property: disputes

(Next Generation Partners)

Chen Ben Dori-AlkanGilat, Bareket & Co. of Reinhold Cohn Group

Gilat, Bareket & Co. of Reinhold Cohn Group is a market leader in IP litigation and it acts for clients in disputes relating to patented designs, globally recognisable brands and artistic designs. It particularly excels in complex disputes in the pharmaceutical sector and advises multinational corporates on both sides of opposition proceedings and cross-border infringement litigation. Founding partners David Gilat and Eran Bareket both have longstanding experience advising on the most high-profile disputes in the sector; the former has a history of advising on landmark trade mark cases before the Supreme Court, while the latter has previously been involved in the legislative process due to his expertise in patent law. Roy Kornick and Chen Ben Dori-Alkan are also recommended.