The S. Horowitz Institute for IP in memory of Dr. Amnon Goldenberg is part of the Faculty of Law at Tel Aviv University. It aims to advance IP law by supporting research and the study of the various issues that arise in the practice of intellectual property law. The Institute , facilitates the exchange of ideas, both locally and globally, and offers policymakers unbiased comments and observations on matters concerning all aspects relating to the protection and enforcement of intellectual property.
As part of its functions, the S. Horowitz Institute for IP explores copyright, patents, trademarks and trade secrets, as well as neighbouring rights. The Institute focuses on the public domain and on the proprietary features of IP, and on the tensions between these two concepts. The Institute’s intention is to facilitate innovative, interdisciplinary research that acknowledges that the law in general, and IP in particular are social tools working for the benefit of society.
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