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Seligsohn Gabrieli & Co
PO BOX 1426
TEL AVIV 61013
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Patent Department


Patent Attorney and Advocate


Gerald (Gary) Kain is an experienced patent attorney and advocate who recently joined our firm. Gary specializes in patent prosecution and drafting of legal documents relating to patents, for both Israeli and foreign clients. He also provides clients with ongoing legal counsel regarding a multitude of IP related issues, including management and strategy of patent portfolio, patentability, infringement and FTO opinions. 

Additionally, Gary provides legal support to clients on due diligence disclosure and other legal matters concerning the Israeli Patents Law, as well as on designs filed both in Israel and abroad.


Hebrew, English


Israel Bar Association (2001).


B.Sc. Chem. Eng., Technion – Israel Institute of Technology (1993)
LL.B., Netanya Academic College (2000)

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Israel > Intellectual property > Intellectual property: filing/prosecution

From initial consultation to patent term extension, Seligsohn Gabrieli & Co assists start-ups, tech companies, foreign and domestic companies as well as research institutions with the entire patent life-cycle. The patent practice (known as Seligsohn Gabrieli Benshafrut) is led by a recent newcomer to the firm but longstanding and prominent practitioner Ronnie Benshafrut, who is an expert in patent strategies especially in the life sciences and chemistry sectors. Alongside him, Eva Gak is a specialist in advising on research and development projects, and has particular industry expertise in agrotech, biotech, foodtech, medical products, and cannabis. She was another recent hire together with Gerald Kain, all three having joined the firm from Reinhold Cohn & Partners. The trade mark team is led by Nahum Gabrieli and Ehud Gabrieli which is regularly instructed in trade mark transactions, licensing, trade dress and domain names, copyright and designs matters.