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Data Protection Law in Israel
Yoheved Novogroder-Shoshan
11/06/2012
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This article was published in Data Protection & Privacy - Jurisdictional Comparisons (European Lawyer Reference Series).

Credit Crunch in Series A Financing: Steps to avoid a crisis
Zohar Nevo
06/06/2012
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The article was published in the The Marker newspaper. 

Reconsideration of the Question of the Requirement to Disqualify a Superior Guarantee in a Tender Offer
Doron Tamir
31/05/2012
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The article was published on the "Ta'agidim" magazine on May 2012.

Is Israel re-inventing the wheel in the latest PFI Tender?
David Schapiro, Peter Sugarman and Avinoam Shefa
31/05/2012
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Divorce as A Recipe for Debt Evasion
Eyal Aichel
29/05/2012
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The article was published in "The Marker" newspaper. 

Israel's Rivers of Blood
Adrian Daniels
27/05/2012
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The article was published in "Haaretz" newspaper.  

The Antitrust Amendment: A Criminal or Administrative Sanction?
Ronit Amir Yaniv and Ron Gutman
27/05/2012
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The article was published in "Maariv" newspaper. 

To Issue? or Not to Issue?
Daniel Marcovic and Daniel Green
14/05/2012
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The article was published in "Haaretz, Biomed" Magazine. 

Are Standard Venture Capital Financing Rounds Up To Speed With The Latest Trends For Going Public?
Peter Sugarman
29/04/2012
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The article was published in the VCE Experts buzz.

End of the affair between the Tel Aviv Stock Exchange and Foreign Companies.
David Schapiro and Amir Assali
24/04/2012
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The article was published in the "The Marker" newspaper.

Israel Chapter on Project Finance 2012
David Schapiro & Peter Sugarman
24/04/2012
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This article was published in "The International Comparative Legal Guide to Project Finance 2012".

Israel Chapter on Environment and Climate Change Law
Doron Tamir, Oren Roth and Orly Rottenberg
18/04/2012
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The article was published in "The International Comparative Legal Guide to Environment & Climate Change Law" 2012.

Stock Exchange woos, Securities Authority pushes away
David Schapiro and Amir Assali
08/04/2012
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The article was published in the "Calcalist" newspaper. 

New Israel-Denmark Tax Convention
Ofir Levy
21/03/2012
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The article was published in the "Accountants Newspaper for Tax, Law and Economy".

New Israel-Georgia Tax Convention
Ofir Levy
21/03/2012
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The article was published in the "Accountants Newspaper for Tax, Law and Economy".

Israel Chapter on Mergers and Acquisitions
Barry Levenfeld and Shiri Shaham
14/03/2012
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This article appeared in the 2012 edition of The International Comparative Legal Guide to: Merger & Acquisitions 2012; published by Global Legal Group Ltd., London - www.iclg.co.uk.

Women's Day - Reducing the wage gap in today's market
Shira Lahat
07/03/2012
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The article was published in "Israel Today" newspaper

Purim is a great holiday for children, what about for employees?
Shira Lahat
01/03/2012
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This article was published on News1.

Representing a couple together or separately in times of conflict or reconciliation
Doron Tamir
27/02/2012
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This article was published on "Betaon" of the Israel Bar Association on the February 2012 edition.

Nuisance to Resource - or: The pollutant will pay
Doron Tamir and Orly Rottenberg
27/02/2012
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This article was published on "Betaon" - the Israel Bar Association's newspaper.

10 Myths about employees’ rights at the workplace
Shira Lahat
15/02/2012
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Advocate Shira Lahat assisted in the preparion of this article published on the “Calcalist” newspaper.

Love at the workplace has its limits
Shira Lahat
15/02/2012
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The article was published on the “Israel Today” newspaper.

Do your followers on Twitter really belong to you?
Amir Assali
07/02/2012
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There is no doubt that we live in an era in which the use of social networks and the impact they have on our daily life are a growing phenomenon, which has not peaked yet.

What the Prime Minister has given, the tax authority has taken
Ofir Levy
03/02/2012
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The Authority's position is to give a narrow, linguistic interpretation of the law, whereas the explanation given during the legislation process explicitly clarifies that its goal was not to tax retroactively. The article was published on the "The Marker" newspaper on February, 2012.

Private Enforcement
Shira Lahat
24/01/2012
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The attempt of the state to turn companies and organizations that use the services of cleaning personnel into the babysitters over their rights is an evasion of its responsibilities. 

The end of an era: fundraising from alternative sources and the challenges along the way
Barak Platt and Nimrod Vromen
17/01/2012
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The start-up state is alive and kicking.  The investments in high-tech private companies in Israel rose significantly in 2011. However, unlike the case in the past, there are many different types of investors and the lack of homogeneity in their  identity presents many challenges to Israeli entrepreneurs.

Open Source Semiconductor Core Licensing
Eli Greenbaum
15/01/2012
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This article was published in the Harvard Journal of Law & Technology, Volume 25, Number 1 Fall 2011.

Stormy Weather - Should I go to Work?
Shira Lahat
12/01/2012
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The article was published on "Channel 7" news.

Israel 2012 – Is There More to Come?
Adrian Daniels
10/01/2012
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This article was published in the Bootcamp Ventures' Newsletter "The Emerging Technology Investments Newsletter  -  January 2012":
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No secrets
Shira Lahat
13/12/2011
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Keeping the salary as a secret denies the employees the possibility to know where they are positioned in relation to their job in the marketplace and in particular in relation to their collegues. When an employee does not know that he is discriminated against, it may prevent him from demanding his rights according to the law.