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Petition against Shaked: "Restricted the possibility of filing a class action against Israel Lands Authority"

May 21th, 2018

Does Justice Minister Ayelet Shaked make sophisticated use of the authority that was granted her to extend the scope of the Class Action Law in order to reduce its application to the Israel Lands Authority, contrary to the legislator's intent? This is the claim that underlies a petition that was filed against the Minister a few days ... Read More Petition against Shaked: "Restricted the possibility of filing a class action against Israel Lands Authority"

 

What will happen to the cannabis bubble that drives the stock market crazy?

May 21th, 2018

What will happen to the cannabis bubble that drives the stock market crazy? Adv. Yoav Etzyon, a partner and co-head of the high-tech department, who accompanies the field, participated in an article that explains. For the full article, click here.... Read More What will happen to the cannabis bubble that drives the stock market crazy?

 

This is how the European privacy revolution will affect your internet

May 5th, 2018

The GDPR is coming. What does it mean? On May 25, after an adjustment period of two years, the European Union's privacy regulation is due to come into effect, which is expected to bring about a legal revolution that is expected to effect the world and Israel. Adv. Gal Omer, of the firm's Intellectual Property and Privacy Protectio... Read More This is how the European privacy revolution will affect your internet

 

"Creative Interpretation": Electra's winning of the IEC tender was invalidated

May 3rd, 2018

The Haifa Court of Administrative Affairs canceled Electra Energy's winning of a tender by the Israel Electric Corporation in August 2017 and ordered the matter to be returned to the tender committee of the company. This is a tender published by the Israel Electric Corporation for the laying of a high voltage line in Kiryat Bialik. ... Read More "Creative Interpretation": Electra's winning of the IEC tender was invalidated

 

Namogoo raised $ 15 million in round B

May 1st, 2018

Our office represents the Israeli start-up Namogoo, which announced last week about the raising of $ 15 million in round B. The transaction was accompanied by partner Tal Sheratzki-Jaffa and attorneys Noam Waldoks and Tal Tsarfaty Doron of the high-tech department. For the full article, click here... Read More Namogoo raised $ 15 million in round B

 

Will foreign companies pay more tax on options in Israel?

April 30th, 2018

"The ruling of the Supreme Court is inconsistent with the desire of the state to advance the field of high-tech and to encourage the development of human capital," says Adv. Racheli Guz-Lavi, a partner in the tax department, in an article in Calcalist about he tax rate to be paid by foreign hi-tech companies, which is controversial i... Read More Will foreign companies pay more tax on options in Israel?

 

High Court of Justice: Why are not tenders required for municipal corporations?

April 30th, 2018

The judges issued an order nisi against the state in a petition filed by the Association of Public Trust, which was joined by the Association of Builders of the Land, represented by attorneys Aya Reich-Mina, a partner, and Yinon Himi of the litigation department, In a hearing three months ago, the court ruled that the state must upd... Read More High Court of Justice: Why are not tenders required for municipal corporations?

 

An administrative petition against the Herzliya Municipality and the District Planning and Building Committee, claiming extreme and unreasonable foot-dragging

April 24th, 2018

Adv. Galit Shitzer, a partner in the real estate department and Adv. Asaf Oren of the Litigation Department filed a petition on behalf of the Association for the Advancement of Planning and Development of the Tekhelet Beach in Herzliya, in the framework of which they petitioned to expedite the planning process of Plan 2200 A, on the... Read More An administrative petition against the Herzliya Municipality and the District Planning and Building Committee, claiming extreme and unreasonable foot-dragging

 

Urban renewal- tips for the entrepreneur

March 28th, 2018

Adv. Ofra Cohen, a partner in the real estate department and adv. Racheli Guz Lavi, a partner in the tax department, participated in the article about urban renewal in the festive real estate addition of The Marker. For the full article, click here... Read More Urban renewal- tips for the entrepreneur

 

A precedent-setting ruling of the petition of the Presidium of the Business Organization

March 28th, 2018

In the precedent-setting ruling of the petition of the Presidium of the Business Organizations, submitted by Adv. Aya Reich Minna, Partner, and Adv. Asaf Oren of the Litigation Department in our firm, the judge wrote: "I believe that the petition should be accepted in the sense that local authorities should not be allowed to delega... Read More A precedent-setting ruling of the petition of the Presidium of the Business Organization

 

Between Finland and Tel Aviv, we move through New York: working relations in the global world

March 19th, 2018

"There are growing understanding and recognition that unaddressed labor law issues can lead to huge amounts of exposure and make an 'unorganized' company unattractive to foreign investors." Adv. Rachel Harari Lifshits, , Partner and Head of the Labor Law Department, participated in an article on labor relations in companies with Isra... Read More Between Finland and Tel Aviv, we move through New York: working relations in the global world

 

Be careful, you're being photographed

March 14th, 2018

Almost every store and business has cameras installed. Adv. Rachel Harari Lifshitz, a partner and head of the Labor Law Department, and Adv. Gal Omer, of the Intellectual Property and Privacy Department, have been interviewed about this. For the full article, click here.... Read More Be careful, you're being photographed

 

Interview: A tenant who refuses the Tama project

March 14th, 2018

In what cases can a tenant oppose the TAMA project, and what can be done about it? Adv. Ofra Cohen, a partner in the real estate department, was interviewed on the "Lawyers at Home" program. You can expect an interview with Ofra from 19:26, click here.... Read More Interview: A tenant who refuses the Tama project

 

Inbal Or played in the land prices - who is to blame? This is what the arbitrator decided

March 14th, 2018

Members of the Inbal Or purchase group sued her and the rest of the group, claiming they paid more than other members. The arbitrator, attorney Aharon Pollak, a senior partner in the firm, rejected their claim, but sharply criticized the government ministries and legislators: "The leaders of this country are not concerned about its ... Read More Inbal Or played in the land prices - who is to blame? This is what the arbitrator decided

 

A class action against the banks was rejected : they can benefit from foreign currency exchange rates

March 13th, 2018

The Tel Aviv District Court rejected one of the largest class actions filed against the banks, and ruled that the banks were allowed to benefit from the profits of foreign currency conversions, a claim that was filed against four defendants, headed by the banks and credit card companies. The lawsuit was filed before 4.5 years for the... Read More A class action against the banks was rejected : they can benefit from foreign currency exchange rates

 

Universal Motors Israel will introduce Haim Danon as a strategic partner

February 25th, 2018

Adv. Amichay Finkelstein, Partner and Head of the Capital Markets Department, represented Comasco in joining Universal Motors Israel (UMI) For the article, click here.Read More Universal Motors Israel will introduce Haim Danon as a strategic partner

 

Protect pension, and privacy

February 13th, 2018

Recently, several legislative changes have been made in the areas of personal status, pension and labor relations. Adv. Rachel Harari-Lifshits, Partner and Head of the Labor Law Department and Adv. Gal Omer, of the Intellectual Property and Privacy Protection practice, participated in an article and talked about the changes that wil... Read More Protect pension, and privacy

 

The cost of bureaucracy: cannabis companies lose their relative advantage

February 12th, 2018

Tens of millions of dollars assigned for investment in Israel are waiting for the long-awaited approval from the regulator to allow the export of medical cannabis, but the state of Israel has not yet structured the regulation. Meanwhile, other countries are catching up and threatening the relative advantage of the Israeli market. A... Read More The cost of bureaucracy: cannabis companies lose their relative advantage

 

The Neuman brothers submitted an offer to acquire control of Euro-Com

February 11th, 2018

The Neuman brothers submitted an offer to acquire control of Euro-com. The Neuman Group is represented by our firm, by lawyers Erez Haver, Partner and Head of Insolvency and Banking Litigation department, and Orit Israeli, Partner and head of the Commercial, Banking & Finance department. For the article, click here.... Read More The Neuman brothers submitted an offer to acquire control of Euro-Com

 

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