Adv. Lena Mor is a member of the firm’s Commercial and Intellectual Property departments.
In that capacity, Lena provides the firm’s clients with ongoing legal advice, along with representation in matters of commercial litigation (including class actions) before courts on all levels, as well as representation in arbitration and mediation cases.
Over the years, Lena has gained extensive experience in diverse matters within the intellectual property practice area, ranging from the drafting of contracts and other legal documents concerning copyrights, inventions and designs to the protection of goodwill and trademarks, as well as management and resolution of disputes in those fields.
In addition, Lena has gained significant expertise in the field of consumer protection, the protection of privacy and databases (including the database registration procedure). Furthermore, Lena grants legal advice to leading corporations, both domestic and international, regarding the marketing and advertising of various products, sales campaigns and lotteries, and with regard to consumer complaints. Lena also provides legal advice on labour and employment issues.
Lena received her law degree from the Hebrew University of Jerusalem (LL.B) in 2005.
Prior to her admittance to the Israeli Bar Association in 2006, Lena interned at the Ben Zvi-Koren law firm in Jerusalem.