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Ariel Dubinsky Law Office

Ariel Dubinsky Law Office

Ariel Dubinsky - Law Office 
Electra Tower – 46th Floor
98 Yigal Alon St.,
Tel Aviv, Israel 67891

About us

Ariel Dubinsky Law Office is a member of an extensive practice Alliance of IP firms, focusing on most efficient solutions in intellectual property rights protection. Our team has substantial intellectual property experience at traditional law firms and in corporate environments, which allows us to deliver superior value for clients in an efficient manner.

At Ariel Dubinsky Law Office we provide our clients with high-quality brand protection, investigation, litigation, as well as registration and maintenance of intellectual property rights. Our peerless expert services cut across all aspects of patent, trademark, and copyright law to licensing, franchising and all facets of commercial law relating to technology.

As part of our services, we liaise with local enforcement authorities (the IP unit of the police, Customs, the anti-counterfeiting department of the Ministry of Health, and other allies) to favorably pursue and litigate IP-related cases and to focus on defending industries most vulnerable to infringement, such as telecommunications, cellular, apparel and cosmetics. Our vast, street-smart experience in litigating matters involving trademark, copyright and domain name disputes has made us skilled in the art of brand protection, and we will do the same for you.

Ariel Dubinsky, founder of Ariel Dubinsky Law Office, has extensive experience in litigating complex trademark infringement cases, including some of Israel's most high profile disputes. Mr. Dubinsky advises and represents multi-national corporations in all aspects of intellectual property. He has battled numerous motions for temporary restraining orders and preliminary injunctions and supervised and coordinated police raids, resulting in the seizure and destruction of tens of thousands of counterfeit products.

Ariel functions as the Vice Chairman of the Intellectual Property Committee of the Israeli Bar Association. In addition to his activities in the committee, Ariel holds lectures and conferences on behalf of the Israeli Bar Association and is a well respected guest speaker in Israeli universities and well established institutes.

We also offer honest and practical counseling to small businesses, web page designers, authors, performers, artists and other public figures on up-to-date copyright, trademark, Internet, and computer law, with the aim of creating a strong and robust online and offline presence.

Contact us today to learn more about how Ariel Dubinsky Law Office can help protect your valuable brand and strengthen your presence in the global commercial community.

Practice areas

• Search and analytics of registability of trademarks 
• Trademark drafting, protection of trademarks, providing legal opinion on Trademarks.
• Litigation of Trademark disputes 
• Supervision of investigations in Trademark infringements. 

• Search and analytics on patentability and registability of patents.
• Patent drafting, prosecution of Patents, providing legal opinion on Patents.

• Search and analytics of registability of designs.
• Drafting, prosecution of trademarks, providing legal opinion on Designs.
• Supervision of investigations in Design infringements.

• General counseling
• Copyright litigation, including enforceability and infringement of copyright.
• Anti-counterfeiting activities.

Internet-Domain Disputes:
• Protecting rights in domain names against cyber-squatters and other infringers.
• Domain name registration and litigation before the Israeli courts and the Dispute Resolution Panel of the Israeli Internet Association.

• Customs procedures
• Coordinating Police raids
• Civil and criminal litigation


Israel Bar Association, International Trademark Association (INTA)


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