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September 9, 2019

Blockchain and Crypto Insurance Companies

In recent years, the insurance market has undergone a technological change, closing the gap between the old financial world and the new digital world, with its apps, services without humans and systemic technological changes in order improve and streamline ongoing work.
September 8, 2019

On Kangaroo Food and Website Legal Terms

When the Kangaroo Park at Nir David, an Israeli kibbutz by the Sea of the Galilee, wishes to order food for its residents, it can order it online without even knowing that the manufacturer operates out of Kingscote, South Australia – 13,000 Km southeast of the kibbutz.
August 27, 2019

Looming deadline for ASX new corporate governance rules

Each ASX listed entity is required to include in its annual financial report a corporate governance statement stating that it complies with the Corporate Governance Principles and Recommendations published by the ASX, or explains why it does not.
August 8, 2019

In a contract, hope for the best, anticipate the worst

You leased out a house for two years but after a year your tenant notified you that he does not intend to pay the future payments.
July 30, 2019

Ongoing Power of Attorney– a Shield that Might Turn to a Double-Edged Sword

An ongoing power of attorney is an extremely important legal tool that enables an individual to ensure his life routine even when he is no longer competent, whether due to a disease, dementia, an accident or otherwise.
July 13, 2019

On Cryptocurrency, Taxes, and how a Fictitious Nicaraguan Currency Rises in Israel

Walking in Tel Aviv I saw on the pavement a sign in Hebrew and English noting that a motorcycle using the pedestrian zebra crossing is subject to a fined of ₪ 250.
July 2, 2019

Not any Indemnification Letter Actually does the Work

Recently we see more and more cases of directors and officers who find themselves at the center of legal proceedings against the companies in which they serve.
June 18, 2019

A letter of intent not intended to be binding might still be an agreement

Any lawyer specializing in mergers and acquisitions will agree that the Number One enemy of any transaction are the businesspeople.
May 28, 2019

On how to save money on a partnership agreement and destroy the business

So, you met with some friends or family members and decided to set up a business together.
May 20, 2019

The new Australia-Israel tax treaty – major boost to trade and co-operation

In 2017 the Afik&Co.
May 6, 2019

Removal of Entities from the ASX Official List

The greatest fear of any listed company, especially one undergoing a period of distress, is being delisted prior to finalisation of a transaction that will ensure its re-listing.
April 22, 2019

On Banks, Anxiety and Money Laundering

The Israeli Prohibition on Money Laundering Law was enacted in 2000 and marked a new era in the State's handling of money laundering.
April 5, 2019

On Alchemy (turning steel into gold), Cousins and Prime Ministers

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March 23, 2019

Ongoing Power of Attorney–A Legal Guiding Light for a Foggy Day

One of the fears that preoccupy many people is what will happen if, and when, one loses the ability to make decisions.
March 9, 2019

Better Late Than Never-Have you Heard of a Belated Hearing?

In recent years there has been a significant case law development in connection with the obligation to hold a pre-dismissal hearing in the private labor law sector.
February 18, 2019

Had it not had three sides it wouldn’t have been my duck!

It is said that every story has three sides: your side, my side, and the truth.
February 9, 2019

The Economic Competition Law, Restrictive Arrangements and Prison Sentences

A software company develops a successful product that allows easy payment by credit card and offers it to business owners.
January 27, 2019

You Shared or Liked on Facebook? The Court Claim Against you is En-Route

A friend shared on Facebook a picture or a post with his opinion on an election candidate.
January 14, 2019

The Risk of Disqualification of a Tender Win Due to Failure to Meet Time Restrictions Following the Win

A winner of a tender was late by four days in one of the payments required to be made in order to consummate the win – is this a technical glitch or a material defect that may result in the cancellation of the winning in the tender?
December 31, 2018

Employer, an employee signed a waiver? It is not necessarily valid

A company employs an employee for a limited period.
December 18, 2018

Employee Stock Option Plan – Nothing New Under the Sun

Every employee in the high-tech industry (and these days also in other sectors of the economy) knows the term "ESOP" and often start-ups, with the aim of saving legal costs, also create an employee stock option plan and option grant agreements instead of salary (or as part of the salary) without first consulting a lawyer and an accountant who are knowledgeable in the field.
December 4, 2018

So how do you properly list an Israeli company on the ASX

When in Rome do as the Romans do.
November 19, 2018

On Yair Netanyahu and Infringement of Privacy

One morning you discover that the taxi driver who took you and several friends from a night out, recorded you talking about personal issues and published it on the Internet.
November 5, 2018

With proper planning and a stroke of luck you may avoid betterment tax

Israeli Zoning Law provides a window of opportunity in the interim period between the date of publication of the bettering plan and the date of its entry into effect, 15 days after publication.
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