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By Yaniv Erlich, Chen Tuvia
In recent years, several multinationals began granting equity-based rights in Luxembourgian SCAs (société en commandite par actions), which are essentially partnerships limited by shares.
By Joshua Ravitz
As we approach the end of 2016, we wanted to remind our clients and friends of certain U.S. federal securities law reporting requirements...
By Ofer Hanoh, Dikla Peleg, Yigal Binyamini
The new regulations set forth the distribution fees that may be paid to Israeli banks in connection with foreign funds and the fees that Israeli banks may charge to their clients in this respect.
By Yaniv Erlich
In recent years, several multinationals began granting equity-based rights in Luxembourgian SCAs (société en commandite par actions), which are essentially partnerships limited by shares.
By Hili Cohen, Tami Fishman Juktowitz
Israeli law defines cannabis as a dangerous drug, but authorizes the Ministry of Health to issue permits related to the use of cannabis.
By Perry Wildes
Foreign private issuers that prepare their financial statements in accordance with IFRS may begin immediately to submit their financial statements in XBRL.
By Ella Tevet, Roee Laor
ILITA (The Israeli Law, Information and Technology Authority) updated the current Privacy Act and published new guidelines...
By Ofer Hanoh, Dikla Peleg
Following the Financial Supervision legislation that was approved in 2016, a new memorandum was published, suggesting to anchor an additional section that will enable regulation in the non-bank credit sector.
By Ella Tevet, Nir Katz, Anna Wiesenfeld, Roee Laor
Since the introduction of the "Spam Law" in 2008, many lawsuits were filed, including class actions, due to advertising materials that were sent with disregard to the requirements of the law.
By Yael Dolev, Idan Fefer
Following the National Labor Court's new ruling regarding biometric attendance tracking, Attorneys Yael Dolev and Idan Fefer advise on how to deal with its implications (Hebrew)
A new collective agreement between Israel's largest workers union and one of its largest employer organizations, signed on June 25, 2008, addresses the question of access by an employer to an employee's email account at work.