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Gad Propper / Photo: Eyal Izhar, Globes Gad Propper sues Nestle for NIS 39m

Propper is demanding that Nestle pay him the same price for his Osem shares received by the public shareholders who sold their shares to Nestle four years later.

Teva Endo Ohio opioid settlement boosts Teva on NYSE

The $11 million being paid by Endo is considered a modest amount and could mean Teva's liability on opioid suits is lower than previously thought.

Kare Schultz Photo: Shlomi Yosef UBS cuts Teva's price target again

UBS gives two scenarios for Teva's share: an upside, in which the target price reaches $17, and a downside in which the target price drops to $1.

Menachem Mazuz Developer must pay compensation for not selling to Arabs

The Supreme Court upheld the Magistrates Court ruling ordering May-Tal to pay an Arab couple NIS 40,000 for refusing to sell them a Jerusdalem apartment.

Litecoin, Bitcoin  photo: Shutterstock Israeli bitcoin holders take on banks

A freedom of information petition has been filed demanding that the banks reveal their  policies on accounts for proceeds of cryptocurrency trading.

Beny Steinmetz Steinmetz to fight Guinea corruption charges in Swiss court

“His defense is simple, he absolutely contests all the charges against him. They have no basis in the facts or in law,” Beny Steinmetz's Geneva lawyer told "Reuters."

Eran Yaacov / Photo: Jonathan Bloom , Globes Israeli pays tax on NIS 4.5m cash hidden at home

"Globes" tells about the voluntary disclosure procedure in which a man paid NIS 1.4 million cash to the Israel Tax Authority but then found the banks refusing to accept the rest.

Beny Steinmetz  photo: Aviv Hofi Swiss to put Beny Steinmetz on trial for alleged corruption

Geneva prosecutor Claudio Mascotto is accusing the Israeli billionaire of paying bribes to the wife of the former Guinea president for mining concessions, "Reuters" reports.

Ori Yehudai CEO Frutarom Photo: Shlomi Yosef Shareholders sue Frutarom, IFF over bribery allegations

Class action suits usually end in a compromise settlement favorable to the company and its officeholders.

Nespresso  / Photo: Shutterstock, Supreme Court: Spoof Clooney coffee ads don't infringe copyright

Israel's Supreme Court dismissed Nespresso's appeal claiming Espresso Club's coffee machine ads with a George Clooney lookalike infringe copyright laws.

Legal tips for startups Judge voids share waiver by co-founder of $220m startup

Tel Aviv District Court judge Magen Altuvia found that Moshe Ben-Abu's partners deprived him of most of his stake in cybersecurity company Cyvera, which was sold to Palo Alto for $220 million.

Leonardo DiCaprio and Bar Refaeli / Photo: Lucy Nicholson, Reuters Bar Refaeli fighting to stay out of jail

The civil case against Refaeli will have a huge effect on any criminal proceedings - and goes to the heart of the modern meaning of family life.

Alejandro Toledo / Photo: Reuters Former Peruvian president: Maiman betrayed, lied to me

Alejandro Toledo is angry about the investigations against him in Peru and at Israeli businessman Josef Maiman for cooperating with them.

Iris Niv Sabag Photo: Rami Zarnegar / Photo: Rami Zaranger, "Dangerous to paint political and media ties as criminal"

"Globes" speaks to Adv. Iris Niv-Sabag, who is defending "Yediot Ahronot" publisher Arnon Mozes in Case 2000.

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