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Moshe Minster
Adv. Moshe Minster

Electra City Tower
58 Harakevet St.
Tel Aviv
6777016

Moshe Minster

Moshe is a lawyer in the firm’s commercial department.

Moshe provides comprehensive legal advice to local and foreign companies with regard to their commercial activities in Israel and abroad, including ongoing legal services relating to commercial agreements, corporate governance, regulations, restrictive trade practices and more.

 

Moshe completed his clerkship at Barnea & Co.

Education:


The Interdisciplinary Center Herzliya (LL.B, B.A Finance), 2013

Admission:


Member of Israel Bar Association since 2014



News and updates - Moshe Minster:


July 18, 2017

Israel Antitrust Authority Published Statement regarding Vertical Price Arrangements – Resale Price Maintenance (RPM)

Recently, the Israeli Antitrust Authority (IAA) published a final version of its statement regarding Resale Price Maintenance (RPM) arrangements. In this statement, the IAA presents its position with regard to the circumstances under which a supplier is able to dictate the resale price of its products to its distributor (either retail or wholesale) for the next link in the supply chain, without such an arrangement being considered an illegal restrictive arrangement.

January 16, 2017

Israel Antitrust Authority Publishes Draft Statement regarding Vertical Price Arrangements – Resale Price Maintenance (RPM)

A few days ago, the Israeli Antitrust Authority published a draft statement presenting its position with regard to the circumstances under which a supplier will be able to dictate the resale price of its products to its distributor for the next link in the supply chain (Resale Price Maintenance arrangements – RPM), without such an arrangement being considered an illegal restrictive arrangement.

September 28, 2016

Bond Terms – Negative Pledge Relating to Floating Charges

A customary practice in the credit market makes the provision of financing for a corporation contingent upon the creation of a floating charge on all of its assets in favor of the financier. In most instances, the bond terms relating to the lien also include a ”negative pledge” – a restrictive stipulation that prohibits a corporation from creating additional liens without receiving the financier’s prior written approval.

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