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The firms will provide their clients extensive capability in accessing the $500 billion U.S. Government market – the largest market in the world.
The Tel Aviv District Court ordered NTA, the public company in charge of constructing the Tel Aviv light rail to pay our client Safeguard Applied Innovation Ltd. NIS170,000.
Meir Ben-Shahar, Joseph Shem-Tov & Co.’s partner and manager of our litigation department filed a petition at Israel’s High Court of Justice on-behalf of ten owners of events halls. The petition is against the government’s decision to postpone the opening of events halls until the middle of June, as part of its combat against the Covid-19 pandemic.
We present here a guide from Joseph Shem Tov & Co.'s insolvency expert Ari Syrqin on how to deal with the banks during times with liquidity problems.
The world is currently dealing with the coronavirus crisis, including the need to deal with economic problems arising from the battle against the virus. Many business are faced with short and maybe even long term liquidity issues. We present a short video lecture in Hebrew on Israel's relevant insolvency laws.
On February 24, 2020 the U.S. Department of Commerce published changes to the Export Administration Regulations (EAR) of the United States that will affect exports of items to Russia and to Yemen. Some Israeli businesses may also be affected by the rule changes, particularly in connection with their trade with Russia.
Gil Rosen, Adv., a partner with Joseph Shem Tov & Co. will present a webinar on March 11, 2020 on Israel export control laws. You can find more information here.
On January 22, 2020, UK Prime Minister Boris Johnson had his Brexit deal with the European Union approved in Parliament and the Brexit Bill will come into force on January 31, 2020. What does this mean for Israelis doing business in the UK?
On January 8th, 2018, the ISA published a report on its findings regarding immediate reports published by companies
Following the publication of Securities Regulations (Offer of Securities by an Offer Coordinator), 2017 on June 26, 2017
Crowdfunding, as any other attempt to raise funds from the public in Israel, is subject to the Israel Securities Law
On April 3 2016, amendments to various regulations under Israeli Companies Law, 1999 were published in the Official Gazette.
On February 17th, 2016, Amendment 27 to the Companies Law (the "Amendment") was published in the records.
On October 18th 2015 amendments to the Regulations for Periodic and Immediate Reports (1970) were published in the records (the "Amendments").
On January 28th 2015, the Economic Division of the Tel Aviv District Court delivered its ruling in the matter of Africa Industries Ltd. v. the Israeli Securities Authority and the Administrative Enforcement Committee.
On September 10th 2014, the ISA published a position paper listing certain behavior patterns that might indicate the attempt to fraudulently influence the price of securities
On August 6th 2014, Amendment 25 to the Companies Law (the "Amendment") was published in the records
On July 20th 2014, the ISA published a position paper addressing two issues: (a) the meaning of the term "Series" used in the definition of "Securities" in the Securities Law, 1968
On June 23rd 2014, the ISA published a position paper regarding the status of draft financial statements as "Inside Information" (the "Position Paper")
On April 1st 2014, the ISA published a position paper with various "Questions & Answers"