The firm was founded by advocate Rachel Alkalay and in partnership with expert Patent Attorneys who specialize in all matters concerning protection and prosecution of patents in the fields of computer hardware and software, Communications, Internet Applications, Business Methods, Electronics, Optics, Electro-Optics, Physics, Medical devices and more.
Rachel Alkalay has a broad expertise as a legal counsel across jurisdictions in the US, and Israel, with valuable experience at one of the top 10 law firms in the US. Diligently maintain knowledge of current case law, regulations, and legislation across multiple jurisdictions. Fluent in English and Hebrew.
Diverse international legal background as a counsel in a variety of areas including law and technology, intellectual property, Internet law, commercial, corporate and contract law. Experience working with the high-tech industry including with multi national global companies.
Vast experience in planning, developing and delivering teaching to student in law, business and engineering faculties in leading universities.
Unique background includes five year service as an officer in a computer unit, and graduation of MAMRAM computer school
Ms. Alkalay has worked with a broad range of technology and Internet companies, inventors and entrepreneurs. She participated in negotiating and drafting agreements for many types of transactions, including licensing, distributing, marketing, outsourcing and join ventures, developing and commercializing computer software and hardware, licensing of patents and trade marks, counseling and employment agreements. Ms. Alkalay has provided legal opinions on a a broad range of topics in her fields of practice. She has written and lectured in numerous academic and non-academic institutions on several subjects within the information science and Intellectual Property law.
— Areas of Key Emphasis —
• Intellectual Property Law
• Commercial Law/Licensing
• Training Course Design & Delivery
• Corporate Law
• Team Collaboration & Leadership
• Competition Law
• Litigation & Mediation
• High Tech and Internet
Teaching & Research Experience
School of Law, Queen Mary University of London, London, UK (2019)
Worked on the Microsoft Funded Cloud Legal Project conduction research on various legal aspects of cloud computing.
School of Law, Queen Mary University of London, London, UK (2017–2018)
Intellectual Property Law and Management course for MSC Engineering students.
School of Law, Queen Mary University of London, London, UK (2016–2017)
Worked With Mr. John Hull, teaching the course Intellectual Property in Business for LLM students. Additionally,
Lecturer, Peres Academic Centre, Israel School of Business, Law Tel Aviv, Israel (2013; 2015,2020)
Planned and taught Intellectual Property Law course for MBA Program and LLB program
Lecturer, School of Business, Tel Aviv University, Tel Aviv, Israel (2008–2013)
Taught Intellectual Property Law course for students in MBA Program, and designed all course materials, presentations, and exams.
Technion Institute of Technology , Teaching a course on Internet Law in the faculty of Industrial Engineering in a research university, among the world’s top ten
• New York
• Queen Mary University of London (Ph.D Research submission 2020)
• Tel Aviv University Law School (LL.M, 1999)
• Tel Aviv University Law
• Ph.D Dissertation :Bridge The Gap – A New Balance for a New Age in Copyright Law ,2020
• Protection in the Internet of copyright Bursi 2011
• Computer Crimes in Israel, Shaarei Mishpat IV, 2006 (Co-Author)
• Software Protection in Israel, Der International Softwarevertrag, 2006 (Co-Author)
• Author of article in Hamishpat Law Review, "The Civil Liability of Internet Service
Provider for Content Transferred by Users," 2001
• Author of LL.M. thesis: "The Civil Liability of Internet Service Provider for
Content Transferred by Users." 2001
• Author of numerous articles in the legal section of the online magazine,
• Co-author of three chapters in Computer, Internet and Multimedia Law by Assia
Naomi (1996, NDYR) on the subject of Internet Law.