Neta provides legal advice on a variety of regulatory matters.
Neta 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:
Israel: Extending Validity of Regulatory Approvals in Light of the Coronavirus Crisis
On March 25, 2020, emergency regulations were adopted in Israel that include, among other things, an extension of the validity of regulatory approvals that expire in the near future.
The Israeli Ministry of Environmental Protection Issues Guidelines for Permit and License Holders for Foreseeable Future
On March 18, 2020, the Israeli Ministry of Environmental Protection issued a set of guidelines for adjustments to businesses and factories with permits and licenses issued by it for toxin permits, emission permits, and business licenses with environmental conditions.
Latest Developments in the Israeli Payments Market
The Bank of Israel recently led several important developments in the Israeli payments market, which are designed to encourage competition and to advance the implementation of innovative technologies.