Uri Fruchtman


Uri has been practicing IP law for over a decade and specializes in particular in drafting complex motions and briefs.
Uri has a very strong theoretical knowledge of patent laws with a unique expertise in matters relating to Patent Term Extensions and Data Exclusivity. He successfully briefed and argued cases at the Patent Office, District Courts and the Supreme Court and developed winning arguments. In addition to his patent practice, Uri is also involved in numerous trademark cases involving look-alikes and protection for non-traditional trademarks.
Uri is a graduate of the Tel Aviv University (LL.B, cum laude, 2002). Uri was associate editor of the Tel Aviv University Law Review. In addition to his legal practice, Uri has been a teaching assistant in Jurisprudence at the Tel Aviv University and a teaching assistant in Intellectual Property and Contract Law at the Interdisciplinary Center (IDC) Herzliya. Uri also published several chapters and articles on IP law and most recently the Israeli chapter of Patent Transactions in the Life Sciences (Globe Law and Business, October 2014). In his free time, Uri enjoys rock climbing and cycling.