Contributed By Gilat, Bareket & Co., Reinhold Cohn Group
There are no special provisions concerning the appellate procedure for intellectual property rights proceedings.
The Court of Appeal typically refrains from interfering with findings of fact made by the trial court. The court sitting in appeal over the decisions of the Patent Office will typically to the findings of the Patents office, premised on the notion that the Patent Office is a body with high professional expertise.
The Supreme Court sees decisions on interim relief as discretionary issues and therefore will not easily interfere.