Nadav Applebaum


Nadav Applebaum
phone number of Nadav Applebaum+972-3-7774777
fax number of Nadav Applebaum+972-3-7774770


Israeli Bar Association
Intellectual Property Committee - Israeli Bar Association (Tel Aviv District)
Green Course;


LL.B. (Haifa University)
BA in Psychology (Haifa University)


Hebrew; English


Mr. Nadav Applebaum, attorney at law, heads the firm's litigation department, representing our clients' interests in legal disputes.

Nadav holds academic degrees in both Law and Psychology. Before concluding his legal career, Nadav served as an investigator, both for the criminal authorities and major financial institutions. Today, Nadav serves in the army reserve in the elite force of MIA location unit.

Nadav is a veteran green activist. Previously, he was a coordinator in the Green Course movement, member of its management committee and one of the founders of the Green Course's legal forum. Nadav also assisted in the founding of the Green Movement party, and held various positions in it. Nadav participated in many environmental campaigns, both as an active participant and as a legal adviser.

During Nadav's studies, he was awarded with a scholarship of the Willie Eftovitzer foundation for outstanding law students.

Before joining G & A Glazberg, Applebaum & Co., Nadav worked at Nir Cohen, Leshem & Co. and at Markman & Tomashin, in the various litigation departments of those firms. During this time, Nadav gained extensive experience in handling complex cases before a variety of legal forums. For each client and case, Nadav combines his legal talent, his experience as an investigator and his academic psychology background in forming a strategy for the case.   

Nadav's experience and skill enable him to litigate before any legal forum, and specifically to litigate intellectual property cases as well as other legally-complex disputes.

Pending patent applications and issued patents (as inventor)

  • US Patent 9,623,604 , " Encoding information in physical properties of an object "
  • Israel Patent 230637, " Method and apparatus for encoding information in physical properties of an object "