Industrial Design Law
Dr. Drori and Adv. Werzansky Orland are the authors of “Industrial Design Law“, the first ever comprehensive book on industrial design which has gained vast recognition within the legal milieu and has been frequently quoted and referenced in various cases.
Noam Sohlberg, Supreme Court Judge: “These educated scholars, Yotam Werzansky-Orland and Yonatan Drori, described well, in this extensive book, the secrets of Industrial Design Law. This first-of-a-kind innovative guide, includes an elaborate review of the legislation, binding precedents and rulings, comparative law, reflections on the memorandum of the new Israeli Design Law – 2013, and more. Any council or judge, lecturer or student, creator or creation may all find this book of great use to them. The Design Law is worth speculating on and clarifying, both in theory and in fact, and the authors of this book deserve a recognition for this great effort that they succeeded to make in doing so”.
Dr. Meir Noam, Head of Israel Patent and Design Registrar (retired): “In Israel’s years of existences, Intellectual Property Laws have been legislated as well as amended; starting with Copyright Law, through Trademark Law and ending with Patent Law. Thus covering all the aspects of Intellectual Property Law, excluding Industrial Design Law. That is precisely the reason why the publishing of this book by Adv. Yotam Werzansky-Orland and Dr. Yonatan Drori, is twice as valid, considering the upcoming confirmation of the new Design Law – 2013, indicating a new era within the field of Israeli Industrial Designs. This book is unique as it is written in both a highly professional language while still keeping it very clear and accessible. Thus, the book not only appeals to the judge presiding, but also to the representative council as well as, and perhaps mainly, to the Industrial designer, who find himself, in most cases, facing an unknown world of rules and regulations within the Design Law world”.
Internet Law and IP in the Cyber domain
Yonatan Drori, Yotam Werzansky Orland and Uria Yarkoni together with Jonathan Bar Sade have published a book, dealing with “Internet Law and IP in the Cyber Domain”. This unique book is the first Israeli book which deals with this complicated area of practice. .
Prof. Ofer Grosskopf, Supreme Court Judge: “This book you are holding is a brave and worthy attempt to carefully and wisely pace through the obstacle road we are facing when trying to discuss the legal arrangements of the virtual world. The authors analyze a long line of topics related to what we now call “online commercial law”; beginning with contracts and electronic licensing, through online equity trade, virtual currency, crowd funding and ending with Internet Trade Taxation. They craftily and skillfully incorporate an accessible review of the current technological reality for each of these topics, accompanied with an educated and learned analysis of both the Israeli and the Comparative Law. Thus, the reader receives a greater understanding of the virtual reality and the legal tools which exist for its arrangement. Internet Law is in its infancy stages and many years will pass before it establishes its foundations. However, as we know, one cannot expect any legal field to be created with a single swing, as if it were Athena, cleaving in all her glory from her father, Zeus’s, bearing forehead. In this primeval stage, it is important to understand where we stand and where we are heading. This book in front of us is a guide to a new and challenging world. That is its great and important contribution and for that its authors are to be commended”.
Monetary Remedies in Intellectual Property Procedures
Yonatan Drori published a book called “Monetary Remedies in Intellectual Property Procedures”. The book is based on Drori’s academic thesis. The book edited by Yotam Werzansky-Orland and Alex Nabdrik.
Dr. Amiram Binyamini, District Court Judge (retired): “Dr. Drori’s book will no doubt offer an important and valuable contribution to the clarification of monetary remedies in Intellectual Property, and to the advancing of greater harmony and judicial certainty in the field. This book will no doubt be an important and useful aid to all those who practice Intellectual Property – judges and lawyers alike – as well as to those who seek to academically research the subject. The statistical research included In the book, which is based on courts’ rulings, will also assist in establishing uniformity in IP monetary remedies, while also giving judges and lawyers a general range of the amounts awarded in courts. For all these, one should congratulate the publishing of this important book”.