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Constitutional Proportionality in South Africa
Roey Sasson
05/05/2016
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Annual Review: Global Tax 2016, Israel Chapter
Ofir Levy
01/05/2016
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The article was published in the Financier Worldwide Magazine on April 2016.

Israel: ‘Early exit’ controversy
Barry Levenfeld
12/04/2016
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Published in the Legal Business magazine. 

No funding for workplaces that do not prevent sexual harassment
Shira Lahat
27/03/2016
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The article was published in The Marker newspaper.

Start-ups in Japan - rules of thumb for successful business negotiations
Eliran Furman and Peter Sugarman
24/03/2016
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Private Mergers and Acquisitions in Israel - Overview
Barry Levenfeld, Shiri Shaham & Kobi Ben Chitrit
22/03/2016
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The article was published in the PLC, Private Mergers and Acquisitions Global Guide.

 

Israel’s high-flying hi-tech sector
David Osborne
16/02/2016
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Israel’s hi-tech entrepreneurs ensure the country’s technology companies are in hot demand by international investors. The article was published in The Lawyer magazine. 

Governmental policy burdens small businesses
Shira Lahat
21/01/2016
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The article was published in the Marker newspaper. 
 

Public Mergers and Acquisitions in Israel - Overview
Shiri Shaham, Barry Levenfeld & Assaf Mesica
21/01/2016
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The article was published in the PLC, Public Mergers and Acquisitions Global Guide.

Tax Law Review - October 2015
Ofir Levy
23/11/2015
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Litigation Overview - Doing Business in Israel
Ruth Loven
14/11/2015
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The article was published in the "Doing Business in Israel" magazine, 2015 edition, by Nishlis Legal Marketing.

Korean Translation to the article "Forgetting FRAND"
Eli Greenbaum
22/10/2015
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Korean translation of the a​rticle: "Forgetting FRAND", which appeared in the September issue of SEP inside.

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Israel Securities Authority eases regulation
Daniel Marcovici
25/08/2015
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The article was published in The Marker newspaper, on August 2015.

Long Term Lease Arrangement or AIRBNB?
Aner Hefetz & Yael Martik
23/08/2015
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Smart (and right) cities
Zachi Zach
06/08/2015
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The article was published in the "Smart Cities" magazine, "Haaretz" newspaper, July 2015.

Smart Cities
Zachi Zach
05/08/2015
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The article was published in the "Smart Cities" magazine, Haaretz newspaper.

Debts capital markets in Israel: regulatory overview
Shiri Shaham, Gil Oren & Daniel Marcovici
05/08/2015
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The article was published on the Practical Law website.

Equity capital markets in Israel: regulatory overview
Shiri Shaham, Gil Oren & Daniel Marcovici
05/08/2015
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The article was published on the Practical Law website.

Sophisticated service
Ruth Loven
03/08/2015
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The article was published in The Lawyer magazine on August 2015.

Hacking Back
Eli Greenbaum
14/07/2015
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The article was published in the Haaretz newspaper on July 2015.

Accessible parking spaces for people with disabilities in new residential projects
Aner Hefetz & Nitzan Yachimovitz
08/07/2015
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Israel Lands Authority reform - one step forward, two steps back
Asaf Eylon & Lee Maor
05/07/2015
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The article was published in the "Ahad Ha'am" magazine of the Globes newspaper. 

 

Small screen - big challenges
Zachi Zach
01/07/2015
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The article was published in Haaretz newspaper on June 2015.

Lending and taking security in Israel: overview
Peter Sugarman, Yuval Shalheveth and Ricki Newman
17/06/2015
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The WIPO Model Submission Agreements
Eli Greenbaum
16/06/2015
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The WIPO has published model submission agreements for the arbitration of disputes involving commitments to license patents under “fair, reasonable and non-discriminatory” (FRAND) terms. These model submission agreements provide for flexible arbitral procedures based on the standard WIPO arbitration rules, but surprisingly refrain from setting out rules and procedures specifically tailored for FRAND disputes. This preference for flexibility over tailored rules can be explained as resulting from tensions inherent to the standard setting process.

No One Wants to Solve the Housing Crisis
Amnon Lorch
31/03/2015
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Doing Business in Japan - Cultural Differences in Building a Consensus
Eliran Furman
11/02/2015
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The Israeli legal market over the last 25 years – then and now
Ruth Loven and Simon Weintraub
06/01/2015
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The Open World and Three Dimensional Printing
Eli Greenbaum
06/01/2015
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The article was published on "People and Computers" website.

Israel Chapter of The Oil and Gas Law Review
Shiri Shaham, Simon Weintraub, Noam Meir and Josh Hersch
02/12/2014
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This article was published in the second edition of the Oil and Gas Law Review.