Why do companies require an additional debt arrangement further to their initial one?
Adv. Gil Oren was interviewed, along other top lawyers in the field of Insolvency and Debt Arrangements, in an article published by the Globes newspaper.
Praising Jerusalem but Working from Tel Aviv
Adv. Amnon Lorch was interviewed by the magazine "Seven" concerning the transfer of government offices in central Jerusalem.
Adv. Shiri Shaham participated, along other leading lawyers in the field of Capital Markets, in a panel hosted by Globes on Administrative Enforcement.
The panel, moderated by Zvi Gabay, a former Commissioner of the Securities Authority Enforcement, referred to a series of Administrative Enforcement issues. Excerpts from the panel were published in the "Echad Haam" magazine of the Public Companies Association, distributed by the Globes newspaper.
Adv. Harry Kirsh, Head of our Tax Department, was appointed to serve as a Judge in Tel Aviv's District Court
An Israeli, an American and a Dutchman Begin a Debt Restructuring Process – Who Will Finish First?
Adv. Gil Oren participated, along other dominant lawyers in the field of Debt Arrangement, in an article published by the Calcalist newspaper.
Meddling in the debt arrangements' lawyer fees is populistic
Adv. Gil Oren participated, along other dominant lawyers in the field of Debt Arrangement, in a special panel hosted by Globes newspapers, discussing the various debt arrangements of 2013.
Bitcoin: Innovative new currency, or tool for terror?
Advs. Shiri Shaham and Guy Lachmann were interviewed by the Haaretz newspaper regarding regulatory aspects of the virtual currency Bitcoin and its implications.
Hi-tech is not just about Waze: The brain drain is a real threat
Adv. Barak Platt participated in a panel with other top Hi-tech, Technology and IP attorneys, organized by Israel Advanced Technology Industries (IATI).
Israeli Geeks Stormed for the Exit in 2013
The Marker newspaper hosted a panel with leading senior lawyers in High-tech and technology. Adv. Barry Levenfeld was the most senior and experienced lawyer in the panel.
Adv. Amnon Lorch was interviewed by Israel Hayom newspaper regarding the wage raise of soldiers in duty.
Shira Lahat for The Marker newspaper: Employee unions are striking, the public is paying – and no one is suing
Shira Lahat participated in an article that discusses the need to amend the law to permit filing personal claims against the people who were involved in causing labor unions to strike in contravention of the law.
Adv. Gil Oren appears in The Marker newspaper following the sale of 10% of the rights in NSI
Adv. Gil Oren, appointed liquidator of Habas, appears in The Marker newspaper in an item announcing the sale of 10% of the rights in NSI, a Dutch real estate investment trust, owned by Habas.
Adv. Shira Lahat interviews for the Mamon magazine
Adv. Shira Lahat participated in the preparation of a professional guide that details when it is permissible for employers to deduct from the their employees' salaries.
Amir Assali listed in the Promising Under 40 list of The Marker magazine
The Marker magazine publishes every year a list of promising professionals under 40 in areas such as law, economics, society and more. This year, Amir Assali was selected as one of the six promising attorneys under 40.
Barry Levenfeld participates in the 2013 "Wheels of Love"
Barry Levenfeld, one of the founders and organizers of the 'Wheels of Love' - the annual bike ride for the children of ALYN Hospital and
Israel's largest international charity sport event, participates in the 2013 WOL.
Barak Tal interviews for "The Marker"
Manor and Livnat set a foundation for future claims: "Solvency has become the main test for the distribution of dividends"
Adv. Gil Oren interviewed for the Calcalist newspaper.
It Does Not Look Good: Is an Employer Entitled to Choose Employees According to External Appearance?
Shira Lahat participated in the preparation of this article for Calcalist newspaper, August 2013.
Israeli Companies Enter to Late into Debt Arrangement
Adv. Gil Oren interviews for the article in the "Marker" newspaper.
Justice? Not When it Comes to Debt Arrangements
Gil Oren and Shai Reicher in the Calcalist newspaper, July 2013.
The Mechanism of the Dream
Adv. Barry Levenfeld interviews for the article in the "Marker" newspaper.
Leading Attorneys for Contractors
Adv. Hagit Bavly was recognized as a leading lawyer in the field of real estate law in Israel (The Marker, May 22, 2013).
Ido Chitman - The Marker
Ido Chitman planned a career in litigation - but his father's sudden death made him an expert in copyright law.
Advocates Amnon Lorch, Aner Hefetz and Roy Sarel Take Action to Raise the Wages of Soldiers in Duty
Guide for the New Members of the Knesset: Economic Legislative Amendments Required in the Knesset
Initiative of the Bar Association: Special Jobs for Mothers
The Supreme Court Ruling According to Which an Employee Can Claim Royalties Resulted in an "Hi-Tech Earthquake"
New Year's Expectations of Leading Lawyers
Attorneys Earn Money from Class Action Suits, the Public Doesn't
Regulators Can Set the Rules of the Game - But Shouldn't Interfere