The Plant Breeders’ Rights is an exclusive right granted by the State of Israel to inventors/developers of new plant varieties.

This right is granted by issuing a certificate of registration under the name of the new plant breed developer, providing the owner exclusivity under certain conditions.  

The Israeli Plant Breeders’ Rights is based on the plant breeders rights Act of 1973, which is largely based on the International Order for the Protection of New Plant Varieties for the Protection of New Varieties of Plant and the UPOV Convention of 1962. The UPOV Convention was later amended and Israel joined it In 1984.

Our firm advise and handles the registration of Plant Breeders’ Rights for new varieties including litigation proceedings such as, opposition proceedings and providing legal opinions for such proceedings.