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Noa Havdala
Adv. Noa Havdala

Electra City Tower
58 Harakevet St.
Tel Aviv
6777016

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Noa Havdala

Noa represents Israeli and foreign corporations in a wide variety of complex disputes. 

Noa has a particular expertise with respect to commercial and corporate litigation and arbitration, defence of class action litigation, securities litigation, insolvency litigation, civil disputes and administrative proceedings.

 

Noa joined Barnea & Co. in 2007 and became a partner in 2012. Noa has had over 10 years’ experience.
Noa holds a bachelor’s degree in law & Business Administration from the Interdisciplinary Center Herzliya, Israel.

Education:


Interdisciplinary Center Herzliya, LL.B, B.A, 2003

Admission:


Member of Israel Bar Association since 2004



News and updates - Noa Havdala:


October 15, 2017

District Court Rejects Scheduled Vote of Purchase Group United Sarona

The Tel Aviv District Court accepted the request of over 50 members of the purchase group United Sarona, represented by Barnea & Co.'s Head of Litigation, Adv. Zohar Lande, to prevent a vote at the meeting scheduled for today. In the motion that was presented, it was argued that in the process of convening the meeting there were material flaws, including a lack of information.

September 25, 2017

Purchase Group United Sarona about to Fall Apart

The purchase group United Sarona, which won a tender a year and a half ago to build several towers near Sarona Market in Tel Aviv, is about to fall apart. In the last few days, several members of the group have begun organizing, through Adv. Zohar Lande, Head of the Litigation Department at Barnea & Co., to file a lawsuit against United Sarona's organizers, after they failed to recruit new members or find alternative funding sources to ensure the progress of the project.

September 5, 2017

Who Owns Employee-Created Inventions: the Employer or the Employee?

Adv. Noa Havdala, of the Litigation Department, and Adv. Marie Tsion, Head of the Employment Department were interviewed by TheMarker on the subject of who owns the Facebook page of a popular TV program—the host or the network.  They both asserted that all intellectual property created by a worker in the framework of the workplace belongs to the employer.

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