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David (Dudi) Ezra  credit: Aviv Hofi David Ezra avoids criminal charges on €475,000 cash in suitcase

The Israel Tax Authority has agreed to the request of the Neto chairman's lawyer to impose financial sanctions on him instead of conducting criminal proceedings.

Call for Entries: Globes ranks Israel's Best Law Firms

Globes and international business data company Statista are calling for entries for the ranking of the best law firms in Israel.

Israel Railways Credit: Eyal Izhar Israel Railways to compensate woman forced to change car

The Jerusalem Magistrate Court has approved a payment of NIS 16,000 to Maya Melitz, after a guard ordered her to change carriages because men wanted to say their morning prayers.

Avishai Avrahami Credit: Shlomi Yosef Avishai Abrahami suing NY law firm MSF for malpractice

Abrahami, Wix cofounder and CEO, alleges New York law firm Meister Seelig & Fein acted negligently in a $30 million loan default.

David Ezra Credit: Neto Neto chair David Ezra arrested with €475,000 cash in suitcase

Ezra was taking the money to Greece to pay contractors for renovation of his holiday home.

Avigdor Liberman Credit: Knesset Spokesperson Yaniv Nadav Long list revealed of Liberman's conflict of interest friends

The list includes a remarkable range of senior businesspeople and figures.

Online forms Credit: Shutterstock Study: Taboola collects emails without user consent

The Israeli content recommendation company denies the charges made in research by European universities.

Teva  credit: Shutterstock Teva reaches opioid settlement with West Virginia

Teva will pay West Virginia $75 million over 15 years and provide opioid overdose treatments worth $27 million over 10 years.

Copaxone Israel sues Teva for $100m Copaxone royalties

The state claims that Teva violated IP rights in the development of the longer interval dosage version of the multiple sclerosis drug.

Yonatan Tserruya and Assaf Eisenstein Credit: Geva Talmor Investors sue Israeli unicorn Lusha for 35% stake

Plus Ventures and Oren Abekasis allege in the Tel Aviv court that Lusha's app was copied from a previous venture owned by the same entrepreneur, in which they had invested. Lusha denies any connection.

Israel Tax Authority  credit: Eyal Izhar Tax Authority to return millions deducted from pensions

In the settlement of a class action, the Israel Tax Authority has admitted unlawfully taxing tax-exempt pension payments.

Rabbi Chaim Kanievsky Credit: Tomer Reichman Rabbi Kanievsky's sons embroiled in bitter inheritance dispute

New York real estate magnate Rubin Schron is mediating over the late rabbi's estate worth an estimated tens of millions of dollars.

Zvi Williger Photo: Eyal Izhar Israel Competition Authority raids Willi-Food offices

Documents and computers were seized as part of a price fixing investigation that has so far included Shufersal, Rami Levy, Strauss, and Unilever.

SEC Credit; Andrew Harnik Shutterstock US SEC charges Israeli lawyers over Ormat insider trading

The SEC claims that Adv. Moshe Strugano bought and sold Ormat shares for a profit of $1.2 million following a tip from Ormat head of M&A Adv. Rinat Gazit.

Teva  credit: Shutterstock Teva agrees opioid settlement with Florida

Teva will pay Florida $177 million over 15 years and provide opioid overdose treatments worth $84 million over 10 years.

Firon-UGGC partnership signing ceremony Photo: Claude Novak M. Firon teams with French law firm UGGC on Morocco office

The partnership will enable Firon to provide international legal services and cross-border solutions to their clients in Israel, France, Morocco, Ghana and the Ivory Coast.

NSO Group Photo: Shutterstock Squabbling threatens NSO sale

Integrity wants to buy the spyware company but arguments between controlling shareholder BRG and CEO Shalev Hulio could wreck the deal, as creditors wait in the wings.

Teva  credit: Shutterstock Teva agrees opioid settlement with Rhode Island

Teva will pay Rhode Island $21 million over 13-years and provide opioid overdose treatments worth $78.5 million over 10 years.

Taxis at Ben Gurion Airport  credit: Tamar Matsafi Transport Ministry challenged over airport taxi rip-offs

The Movement for Quality Government in Israel has taken up cases of flagrant overcharging of tourists at Ben Gurion Airport reported by "Globes".

Largest ever Israeli law firm merger completed

Yigal Arnon & Co. and Tadmor Levy & Co. have merged to become the country's third largest law firm.

Kremlin Photo: Shutterstock Russian oligarchs could find tax haven in Israel

Tax experts expect a wave of wealthy Jewish immigrants from Russia. But international sanctions mean that transferring money to Israel won't be so easy.

Benjamin Netanyahu Photo: Yossi Zamir Discount Bank puts hold on NIS 4m for Netanyahu legal aid

The funds were raised through a crowdfunding campaign on behalf of Netanyahu's legal needs set up by journalist and former MK Yinon Magal.

Israel's best law firms Talent shortage and bureaucratic delays worry Israel's lawyers

A major survey of Israel's top 100 law firms by international database company Statista reveals how the lawyers themselves view their profession.

Leviev family files criminal complaint against 'Tinder Swindler'

The complaint charges that Simon Leviev pretends to be the son of Israeli businessman Lev Leviev and harms the good name of the family and its privacy, despite the fact that he has no connection to the family.

NSO Group Photo: Shutterstock NSO sues Calcalist for slander

The lawsuit arises from Calcalist's reporting of the use of NSO spyware by the Israel Police. NSO alleges motives "far removed from journalism".

Binance founder Changpeng Zhao  credit:  Darrin Zammit Lupi, Reuters Israeli crypto traders via Binance face a problem

Local regulators have now barred the platform from targeting Israelis, but the thousands who were attracted by its accessibility may find their money is stuck.

NSO Group  credit: Shutterstock Probe finds police used NSO spyware only with warrants

The examination team headed by the Deputy Attorney General found no evidence to support allegations in reports by "Calcalist".

Four new judges appointed to Israel's Supreme Court

The four new judges who will become part of the 15 judges on the Supreme Court are: Judge Gila Kanfi-Steinitz, Judge Khaled Kabub, Adv. Yechiel Kasher and Judge Ruth Ronen.

Teva Photo: Sivan Faraj Teva could pay $3.6b to settle opioid dispute - report

Teva CEO Kåre Schultz told "Reuters" that based on its Texas settlements and other settlements, Teva would likely pay $2.7 billion to $3.6 billion spread over 15 years.

Unilever Photo: JPStock Shutterstock Unilever's Israel offices raided in price fixing probe

Computers and materials were seized by the Israel Competition Authority in the food price fixing investigation that was begun last November.

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