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A tender bidder may not rely on experience of affiliates unless the tender specifically so allows
A tender participant has won the tender by relying on the experience of affiliated companies and only after it was declared winner did it amend its bid to add personal experience.
Even a director appointed by a shareholder acts independently for the benefit of the company and not for the appointing shareholder
As part of a family dispute, a shareholder has demanded the company to disclose information to the director appointed on his behalf.
A shareholder who chooses not to supervise the management of the company by another shareholder can not contend oppression of minority
A company purchased a commercial building located in Tirat Carmel to renovate and lease its parts to various business owners.
On Uluru and international agreements Down-Under
A person about to undergo open heart surgery decides, so as to save money, to perform the surgery himself while facing a mirror.
A dispute will be heard in Israel even if Australian law prohibits this in an Australian franchise agreement
An Australian company, whose managers are Israeli entered a franchise agreement with a European food manufacturer to distribute its products in Australia.
Details of potential costumers (leads) are a trade secret
A website that provides advertising services for businesses and sells sale leads terminated its engagement with a business but retained data on the business on the website and conveyed detailed of people who showed interest in purchasing products competitors of the business.
A real estate gift within the family that was not recorded but made in good faith will trump over a later imposed lien
A owner of an apartment entered bankruptcy proceedings and a lien was imposed on the apartment, but the brother of the owner contended to have received the apartment as a gift over ten years before such date.