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Intellectual Property Law and Practice in Israel$
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Eran Liss and Dan Adin

Print publication date: 2012

Print ISBN-13: 9780199917419

Published to Oxford Scholarship Online: April 2015

DOI: 10.1093/acprof:osobl/9780199917419.001.0001

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Unjust Enrichment

Unjust Enrichment

(p.461) Chapter 6 Unjust Enrichment
Intellectual Property Law and Practice in Israel

Eran Liss

Dan Adin

Oxford University Press

This chapter examines unjust enrichment within the context of intellectual property laws in Israel. It begins with an overview of the definition and applicability of unjust enrichment before proceeding with a discussion of the relationship between unjust enrichment and intellectual property rights. In particular, it analyzes the A.Sh.I.R. case and the Israeli Supreme Court ruling in the case. It also discusses A.Sh.I.R. in relation to patent law, copyright law, industrial design and passing off, and trademark law. The chapter concludes by considering the appropriate remedy in applying unjust enrichment.

Keywords:   unjust enrichment, intellectual property laws, Israel, intellectual property rights, A.Sh.I.R., Supreme Court, patent law, copyright law, passing off, trademark law

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