Dr Hadassa Waterman > Ehrlich Group > Ramat Gan, Israel > Lawyer Profile

Ehrlich Group
THE ROGOVIN-TIDHAR TOWER, 15TH FLOOR
11 MENACHEM BEGIN ROAD
RAMAT GAN 52681
Israel

Work Department

Ehrlich & Fenster of Ehrlich Group

Position

Head of Biotech Department

Career

Since 2001 Dr. Waterman has been involved in the preparation and prosecution of patent applications.
Dr. Waterman specializes in IP matters in fields such as cell biology, bio-informatics, immunology, biochemistry, nanotechnology, medical devices, agrotech and nutrition.

Dr. Waterman is involved in drafting and prosecuting patent applications, including opposition procedures, in rendering opinions regarding IP matters, in IP Due Diligence processes, and in devising IP and commercialization strategies.

The Biotech department managed by Dr. Waterman won the Corporate INTL Global Award 2016 as the “Biotechnology Law, Firm of the Year in Israel”.

Dr. Waterman is commended for her expertise in patent prosecution in the Managing Intellectual Property IP Stars 2018 ranking and also named one of the Top 250 Women in IP by Managing Intellectual Property.

Languages

English, Hebrew

Education

1994-2000 Ph.D. degree in Molecular Biology from the Weizmann Institute of Science, Israel.
1991-1993 B.Sc. degree in Biology from the Hebrew University of Jerusalem, Israel.
During her academic career, Dr. Waterman authored over 15 papers and reviews in the fields of Cell Biology, Biochemistry and Molecular Biology.

Lawyer Rankings

Israel > Intellectual property > Intellectual property: filing/prosecution

At the forefront of IP prosecution in Israel, Ehrlich Group advises a vast array of universities, research institutions, Fortune 500 companies, hi-tech multinationals, start-ups, as well as private individuals. Both a scientist and eminent patent attorney, Gal Ehrlich heads the practice. Other key contacts in the team include Maier Fenster, who leads the medical devices department and focuses on interdisciplinary inventions as well as building IP portfolios for start-ups, and Roy Melzer, who heads up the hi-tech department and acts for large multinational tech companies and research organisations. Medical institutions, universities, and companies operating in agrotech and nutrition often seek advice from Hadassa Waterman.