Neta provides legal advice on a variety of regulatory matters.
Adv. Neta Hershkovitz accompanies Israeli and foreign companies in the regulatory and commercial issues of their activity in Israel, including in the fields of financial regulation, privacy, online commerce, competition, and pharma.
In addition, Neta advises a variety of fintech companies on financial licensing issues, prevention of money laundering, and internal enforcement. She also represents these companies when necessary before the Capital Markets, Insurance and Savings Authority.
Prior to joining Barnea, Neta worked in a leading law firm and in the Prime Minister’s Office.
Tel Aviv University, LL.B. (Magna Cum Laude), 2008
Member of the Israel Bar Association, 2009
News and updates - Neta Hershkovitz:
New Rules on Consumer Credit Marketing and Management
The Bank of Israel recently issued new rules on marketing and credit management. The purpose of the new rules is to prevent credit risks not tailored for the customer. They include restrictions on aggressive marketing and granting certain clients credit.
Amendment to Consumer Protection Law Restricts Telemarketing Calls
A recent amendment to the Consumer Protection Law seeks to place restrictions on telemarketing. As part of the amendment, the Consumer Protection and Fair Trade Authority will establish a database of consumers who don't want to receive telemarketing calls from various businesses. Businesses will not be able to contact a consumer whose telephone number is registered in this database, except in specific circumstances.
Does Covid-19 Void Contracts?
The inter-ministerial team assembled to examine the consequences of the Covid-19 crisis on contractual agreements has recently published its recommendations.