Tally Eitan is an expert in intellectual property law and commercial law. She assists companies in setting strategy, facilitating negotiations, structuring licensing and technology transfer agreements and international joint ventures. Much of her work is with high tech-related companies, medical devices, communication and semiconductor corporations.
Tally is the driving force behind the Patent School (Master Program) of Haifa University, and a frequent speaker on business development, intellectual property and technology transaction matters at conferences on both sides of the Atlantic. Her specialty is client-oriented seminars on developing intellectual property portfolios and protection thereof. She is an active supporter on behalf of Israel’s hi-tech community as well as government hi-tech related initiatives, fostering international cooperation with markets in the U.S., Europe, and the Pacific Rim.
Israel Bar Association, 1981
State Bar of California, 1987
Hebrew University, Jerusalem, B.S., Statistics, 1976
Hebrew University, Jerusalem, LL.B., 1980
Of Counsel, Eitan Mehulal Sadot, 2016-present
Partner at Eitan Mehulal Sadot, 2011-2016
Founding partner of the Eitan Mehulal Law Group, 2005-2011
Founding and Managing Partner at the law office of Eitan, Pearl, Latzer & Cohen-Zedek, 1992-2005
Partner, Skjerven, Morrill, MacPherson, Franklin and Friel, San Jose, California, till 1992
Chair, U.S.-Israel Science and Technology Commission
Lecturer at the Technion and Haifa University
Member of the Board of Director of Ramot, the technology transfer company of Tel Aviv University
Chairman of the Advisory Board of the Patent School, Haifa University
Member of Board of Director of Q Core Medical Ltd., a company co-owned by Eitan family