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  • An open letter to the Israeli judiciary in the time of coronavirus

    Dealing with the epidemic using customary rules will lead to a major economic collapse. Forget what you may have known – this is unprecedented

    An open letter to the Israeli judiciary in the time of coronavirus

  • From Tokyo to Tel–Aviv: When Corporate Laws Transcend Cultural Differences

    Although the common opinion is that the difference between Japanese culture and Israeli culture is miles apart, a close look at the countries' corporate laws reveals they are far more similar that one might think. Advs. Eliran Furman and Peter Sugarman of Yigal Arnon & Co. with a comparison of certain aspects of Israeli and Japanese Corporate Law.

    From Tokyo to Tel–Aviv: When Corporate Laws Transcend Cultural Differences

  • "We help Israeli technology companies with the litigation and investigation problems they have outside of Israel"

    "We help Israeli technology companies with the litigation and investigation problems they have outside of Israel"

  • US Investigations and Enforcement

    The Risks Posed to Israeli Companies

    US Investigations and Enforcement

  • Brazilian M&A environment and recent initiatives on technology and innovation laws

    Brazilian M&A environment and recent initiatives on technology and innovation laws

    Brazilian M&A environment and recent initiatives on technology and innovation laws

  • Recent trends in the Italian Real Estate market

    Recent trends in the Italian Real Estate market

  • Summary Disposition in International Arbitration – Likelihood of Success

    Summary Disposition in International Arbitration – Likelihood of Success

  • Expand Your Business Thanks To France

    France is the place to be within the EU for growth stage companies. France has also put itself firmly on the world map of startup nations.

    Expand Your Business Thanks To France

  • Structuring Hotel Management Agreements

    Structuring Hotel Management Agreements

  • SEC ENFORCEMENT: BEWARE OF LAND MINES!

    U.S. regulatory pitfalls may not be apparent...

    SEC ENFORCEMENT: BEWARE OF LAND MINES!

  • The Key to Entering the US Healthcare System for Israeli Technology Companies

    How to ease the HIPAA compliance burden and be confident in your compliance plan

    The Key to Entering the US Healthcare System for Israeli Technology Companies

  • Swiss Law and Swiss Fin Tech Environment as an Opportunity for Israeli clients

    Swiss Law and Swiss Fin Tech Environment as an Opportunity for Israeli clients

  • Construction & Real Estate Sector

    In 2015-2016, several regulatory steps were taken by the government and the banks in order to affect the industry’s supply and demand. For example, demand-curtailing steps were taken aimed both at young couples (an increase of the mortgages interest rates by the banks) and at investors (governmental increase of investment apartments purchasing tax and taxation of third apartments). From the supply aspect – the “Mehir La’Mishtaken” (government price-capped) program was expanded, and the marketing of tens of thousands of reduced-price apartments for eligible candidates has begun.

    Construction & Real Estate Sector

  • Humans at the Center of Things

    Humans at the Center of Things

  • The Skyline and the New Towers

    The Skyline and the New Towers

  • Service & Trade Sector

    In 2016, Israel’s Real GDP increased by 4%, following increases of 2.5% in 2015 and 3.2% in 2014 (the Gross Domestic Product is the net value of all of the products and services that were produced in Israel). The 4% increase that Israel recorded in 2016 was relatively high in comparison to the 1.7% average rate of growth in OECD countries in 2016. However, due to Israel’s relatively fast population growth, this gap diminished on a per capita basis, with 2% in Israel compared to an average of 1.1% with the OECD(1).

    Service & Trade Sector

  • Industrial Sector

    The industrial production increased by 1.7% in 2016, compared to 2015, and showed a 3.9% increase in January-April 2017 (1).

    Industrial Sector