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Employment / Labor Law Litigation

Barnea & Co. represents local and foreign companies and employers in a wide range of litigation in the field of labor law.

 

Barnea & Co. represents local and foreign companies and employers in a wide range of litigation in the field of labor law, including labor disputes pertaining to restrictive covenants, unlawful termination, discrimination and sexual harassment.

The firm represents its clients in all forms of legal proceedings, including in the labor courts, in front of government agencies, and in arbitration and mediation.

 

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November 8, 2016

Barnea & Co. Represented Hadad Brothers

Adv. Marie Tsion and Adv. Lee Alter Kizis represented Hadad Brothers, Worldwide Judaica Artists, in a claim by a service provider with an independent business, that after 17 years of engagement argued for a recognition of an employee-employer relationship and filed a claim for various social benefits in the sum of 1.5 Million NIS.  After 2.5 years of legal proceedings, the court this week denied the claim in full.

Employment / Labor Law Litigation

Barnea & Co. represents local and foreign companies and employers in a wide range of litigation in the field of labor law.

 

Barnea & Co. represents local and foreign companies and employers in a wide range of litigation in the field of labor law, including labor disputes pertaining to restrictive covenants, unlawful termination, discrimination and sexual harassment.

The firm represents its clients in all forms of legal proceedings, including in the labor courts, in front of government agencies, and in arbitration and mediation.

 

Back to Employment

News and updates - Employment:


November 8, 2016

Barnea & Co. Represented Hadad Brothers

Adv. Marie Tsion and Adv. Lee Alter Kizis represented Hadad Brothers, Worldwide Judaica Artists, in a claim by a service provider with an independent business, that after 17 years of engagement argued for a recognition of an employee-employer relationship and filed a claim for various social benefits in the sum of 1.5 Million NIS.  After 2.5 years of legal proceedings, the court this week denied the claim in full.

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