20 stories about Legal
מישל אוחיון מלון וולדורף אסטוריה

Hilton escalates legal battle against former Jerusalem Waldorf Astoria owner over $26 million unpaid debt

02.04.24|Golan Hazani
Two previous arbitration rulings regarding the dispute between Michel Ohayon and Hilton were made in London by the International Chamber of Commerce (ICC). Hilton is seeking for the arbitration rulings to be enforced against Ohayon in Israel as well
שליחים של וולט בת"א.

Wolt to pay NIS 8.5 million for violating competition law

04.05.23|Omer Kabir and Orna Yefet
The Israel Competition Authority says that the food delivery service highlighted restaurants that work exclusively with its delivery service on its application, which violates competition law
Gateways The Lawyers

Most Important Gateways to Israeli Tech - The Lawyers

15.06.22|Elihay Vidal
A spotlight on the high-tech departments in the leading law firms in Israel: The big deals, the important clients, and also analysis, trends, tips and advice shared by Israel’s leading high-tech lawyers
עו"ד דן שמגר שותף האחראי על תחום ההייטק בפירמת מיתר

"We are working on the sale of 20 startups, including unicorns"

09.06.22|Sophie Shulman
Adv. Dan Shamgar, a consigliere to many of Israel’s high-tech startups, added that some companies are already running out of cash, but that entrepreneurs are not panicking just yet
Limor Gershoni Levy CHEQ

CHEQ appoints Limor Gershoni Levy as Chief Legal Officer

Gershoni Levy is joining from fellow Israeli unicorn Cato Networks where she served as General Counsel over the past four years
איתן סטיבה 6.5.21

Former partners of Israel’s first “space tourist” demanding over $300 million in compensation

07.12.21|Amir Kurtz
Court documents have revealed a bitter conflict between Eytan Stibbe and his former partners Ami Lustig and Roy Ben-Yami, over projects in Africa
כריסטוף בשלה ג'רמי לוסטמן

Opportunity and Optimism abound as Abraham Accords mark first anniversary

"Within a very short timeframe we received a lot of deals coming from Israel. Two years ago, I could not foresee such vast progress and development," said Adv. Richard Hughes, a partner at DLA Piper in the UAE
קור שולץ מנכ"ל חברת טבע תרופות 23.8.20

What’s behind the timed resurgence of lawsuits against Teva?

28.08.20|Sophie Shulman
The Israeli pharmaceutical giant was hit with three legal blows over the course of a few days
קאר שולץ מנכל טבע

Teva neck-deep in legal trouble with no end in sight

20.08.20|Sophie Shulman
Each new court case is revealing that the company walked the grey line on its path to remarkable success
נורי בכור מנכ"ל לוגיקס LawGeex

Automated Legal Contract Startup LawGeex Raises $20 Million

12.05.20|Adi Pick
LawGeex develops software that automates legal contract reviews for customers including HP and General Electric
משרדי חברת אינפיבונד Infibond

Tel Aviv Court Freezes InfiBond’s Assets After the AI Startup Failed to Pay Salaries

19.03.20|Lital Dobrovitsky
In a petition to the court, the employees claimed they have not been paid since January and that they fear no solution is near as the Covid-19 pandemic effectively paralyzed the global economy
יורם קראוס מייסד ומנכ"ל אינפיבונד

The Israeli Unicorn Stiffing its Employees

16.03.20|Hagar Ravet
On paper, Tel Aviv-based artificial intelligence company InfiBond is valued at $1.25 billion; in reality, its employees have yet to be paid this year
פעילי הליכוד אחרי פרסום המדגמים בחירות 2020

Election Results Pending, One Thing Is Clear: Israel Needs Better Privacy Laws

03.03.20|Omer Kabir
The recent election brought to light many privacy-related issues that have flourished in Israel under outdated privacy laws. From the triple leak of Israel’s voting registrar to an anonymous texter that trolled Likud supporters, something needs to change
איש העסקים ארנון מילצ'ן

Financial Secrecy Promised to Immigrating Millionaires Is a Stain on Israel

19.02.20|Omri Milman
In the Financial Secrecy Index published by independent international network the Tax Justice Haven for 2020, Israel has not made significant strides
אבטחת סייבר 8.9.19

Dark Web—Committing Crimes to Catch Criminals

17.02.20|Avraham Chaim Schneider
The legally gray areas of the dark web could serve as the extremes that help to define the less convoluted areas of cyber law many local and international governing bodies are currently grappling with
קור שולץ מנכ"ל טבע 9.11.19

Teva’s Small Print Gives Rise to Optimism

13.02.20|Sophie Shulman
The improvement CEO Kåre Shultz promised is not immediately evident in the drugmaker’s forecast for 2020, but a closer look shows Teva’s new brand drugs are starting to live up to their promise
רינת רותם דוקטור סמנכלית מחקר ו פיתוח קיורטק מוטי חכם סמנכל כספים קיורטק בשיער לבן

CureTech’s Cancer-Fighting Dreams End With Insolvency

03.02.20|Lital Dobrovitsky
After an acquisition deal with pharmaceutical company InSight fell through in 2018, the company failed to secure further funding
קור שולץ מנכ"ל טבע 9.11.19

Teva Fights Muddy Reputation With Positive Report

23.01.20|Sophie Shulman
Calcalist obtained a report commissioned by the Israeli drugmaker that details its economic contribution to the countries in which it operates