Israel patent practice is distinct from US and European practice in a number of respects. Moshe Tritel describes a number of such areas with important practical ramifications for applicants seeking to maximise their patent protection in Israel.
Earlier-filed patent applications
In contrast to classical prior art publications, which are published prior to the effective filing date of a patent application, earlier-filed patent applications, though unpublished at the effective filing date of a patent application, can be cited as prior art in some jurisdictions. The Israel Patent Office relates to earlier-filed applications slightly differently from either the European or US patent offices.
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