Daniel is a lawyer in the firm’s commercial department and specializes in corporate law and commercial law.
Daniel advises local and foreign companies during processes to establish and commence commercial operations in Israel and abroad, including in relation to various regulatory issues, such as restrictive trade practices.
Daniel completed his internship at Barnea.
Interdisciplinary Center Herzliya (LL.B., BA in Business Administration) 2015
Member of Israel Bar Association since 2016
News and updates - Daniel Kleinman:
Terminating an Ongoing Transaction Puts an End to Advertisements
On February 2018, the Knesset passed Amendment 66 to the Communications Law. The legislative amendment, colloquially known as "the Spam Law", prescribes that when an ongoing transaction is terminated, a dealer will be prevented from continuing to send advertisements to the former customer, even without the consumer being required to send notice that he is opting out.
Increasing Competition and Reducing Inequality between Israeli and Foreign E-Commerce Websites
Online shopping websites not owned by Israelis, or whose owners have no registered representation in Israel (even if the website is offered in Hebrew), tend to enjoy a significant advantage over Israeli-owned websites. Namely, these foreign-owned websites operate according to the perception that they are not subject to the provisions of the Israeli Consumer Protection Law.
Ministry of Economics and Industry Seeks to Impose Restrictions on Telemarketing
The Ministry of Economics and Industry recently published a draft bill for an amendment to the Consumer Protection Law. This draft bill proposes placing restrictions on telemarketing.