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Avi Himi Photo: Eyal Izhar Avi Himi elected head of Israel Bar

Adv. Himi beat Adv. Zion Amir in the election with 27,000 lawyers voting, less than 30% of the lawyers entitled to vote.

Ofer Bloch Photo: Ronny Schitzer IEC accepts 15% of amount owed by Egyptian gas cos

An international arbitrator awarded Israel Electric $2.36 billion in compensation, but IEC will receive only $500 million under the settlement.

Bezeq Bezeq bondholders raise difficulties on Searchlight bid

Harel Insurance and Altshuler Shaham will vote against the bid in its current form.

Simon Levine Photo: Israel Hadari "Technology will produce a new type of lawyer"

DLA Piper co-CEO Adv. Simon Levine was recently in Tel Aviv to talk about the impact of advanced technologies like AI and machine learning on law firms.

Teva Photo: Sivan Faraj UBS: Latest Teva fall unjustified

Both UBS and Oppenheimer say that the additional information required by the judge in Oklahoma opioids case will not affect the $85 million settlement reached by Teva.

Teva Photo: Sivan Faraj Fresh woes emerge as Teva plunges to new lows

A judge is blocking Teva's $85 million opioid settlement in Oklahoma and RBC Capital has reported about the growing number of short positions on Teva.

Sara Netanyahu Photo: Yediot Ahronot Amit Shabi Sara Netanyahu signs plea bargain, admits criminal offense

The Prime Minister's wife will be convicted of 'deliberate misuse of funds,' repay the State NIS 45,000 and pay a fine of NIS 10,000.

Ofra Strauss Photo: Eyal Izhar Ofra Strauss: Black Cube's behavior is a wake-up call

"Globes" investigates the business intelligence company and the methods it uses.

Ari Farkas Photo: Tomer Yakobson Beware! The US E-2 Visa has its drawbacks

Adv. Ari Farkas points out some of the pitfalls of the US E-2 visa, which might make other types of visa preferable.

Kare Schultz Photo: Shlomi Yosef Little chance of Teva CEO seeing share price bonus

Kare Schultz received millions of dollars of blocked shares, which he will receive if the share price reaches a certain level by November 2020.

Money laundering  photo: Shutterstock/ASAP Creative Your bank is talking to the taxman

Foreign banks have been notifying Israelis with unreported accounts that information on them will be given to the Israel Tax Authority.

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