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  • U.S. Investigations and Enforcement

    The Risks Posed to Israeli Companies

    U.S. Investigations and Enforcement

  • Big Data, Big legal minefield

    Underlying the rise of Artificial Intelligence is Big Data and Machine Learning

    Big Data, Big legal minefield

  • Officers Remuneration: Are New York and London following TASEs lead?

    Nearly every discussion on the status of the Tel Aviv Stock Exchange (TASE) questions whether Israel’s corporate governance rules have contributed to the downtrend in the number of companies listing on it

    Officers Remuneration: Are New York and London following TASEs lead?

  • Opportunity for new start with Israel Tax Authority

    The "voluntary disclosure" procedure offers a chance to settle past tax debts without fear of criminal proceedings.

    Opportunity for new start with Israel Tax Authority

  • Child support a revolution!

    Joint custody is now the default option and child support is calculated accordingly.

    Child support a revolution!

  • Renting an apartment? Income tax won't exactly help

    Families renting a larger home and renting out their smaller home should get a tax break.

    Renting an apartment? Income tax won't exactly help

  • When an employee brings equipment from home

    Can employees use their own telephone or computer?

    When an employee brings equipment from home

  • How to Get a Hug from the Russian Bear?

    The Russian market holds many possibilities for Israeli companies, but it is radically different from the Western markets that Israelis are accustomed to working with * What to watch out for when starting to look eastward.

    How to Get a Hug from the Russian Bear?

  • What is the connection between divorce and circumcision?

    A divorce case currently being conducted in various courts raises questions about the authority of the Rabbinical Court to deal with subjects that are not bound by their very nature to the divorce suit. Does the Rabbinical Court have the authority to compel a Jewish citizen in Israel to circumcise his son against his will? How far will the Rabbinical Court expand its authority?

    What is the connection between divorce and circumcision?

  • Absence of positive discrimination in the workplace verges on discrimination

    The important decision by the High Court of Justice to integrate people with disabilities into the job market sets that the absence of positive preference in the work place and by the same measure not promoting an employee because he cannot fill a full time role due to his disabilities is discrimination.

    Absence of positive discrimination in the workplace verges on discrimination

  • The phenomenon of legalizing building violations

    Building violations are not a new phenomenon and today they are occurring on a broad scale throughout the country.

    The phenomenon of legalizing building violations

  • What does Alexander the Great have in common with the Partnership Ordinance

    The Partnership Ordinance currently in force was enacted during the British Mandate in 1930, and rests on a doctrine in English law from 1890. It should be understood that talk of a "new formulation" does not indicate anything new in the substance of the law. Instead, before us is a formulation that goes back to before the establishment of the State, and its 'renewal" is in containing changes that stem from the establishment of the State and its authorities, and the amendments that were added after the founding of the State.

    What does Alexander the Great have in common with the Partnership Ordinance

  • The Loan Repayment Mystery

    The fee for early repayment is one of the many fees that banks like to charge as part of the current loan services provided to customers (in this context Consumer Price Index linked loans).

    The Loan Repayment Mystery

  • Surrogacy Law for Same-Sex Couples

    A welcome initiative by Minister of Health Yael German has led to the approval of the Amendment to the Law for the Agreement to Carry Embryos, known as the "Surrogacy Law".

    Surrogacy Law for Same-Sex Couples

  • Israel 2014 - The rules of the game have changed

    The new practices in the field of debt settlements, and mainly the ruling by the honorable Judge Eitan Orenstin in the IDB case, which for the first time has allowed creditors to initiate and lead a debt settlement of an insolvent company, even without the agreement of the company itself and its controlling shareholder, marks a turning point for the entire economy.

    Israel 2014 - The rules of the game have changed

  • The Latest Changes Are Not Fully Cooked

    Over the past year, the Antitrust Authority regulator has published a number of draft opinions that contain clarifications regarding the law on certain subjects and arrangements about topics that were so to speak "dormant" until now.

    The Latest Changes Are Not Fully Cooked

  • When the Israel Securities Authority Takes Off its Gloves

    In 2011, the Israel Securities Law amendment came into effect (amendment 45 through which Israel Securities Authority (ISA) enforcement procedures were made more effective (amendment legislation) 2011 marking a revolution in the enforcement powers that are in the hands of the ISA.

    When the Israel Securities Authority Takes Off its Gloves