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Employment / Labor Law Litigation

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

Barnea 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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News and updates - Employment / Labor Law Litigation:


November 11, 2019

Israel's National Labor Court Protects Right to Organize

In September, Israel's National Labor Court dismissed an appeal by the Café Noir restaurant and affirmed the Tel Aviv Regional Labor Court’s judgment, which held that the restaurant must pay NIS 300,000 compensation for infringing on its employees’ right to organize.

October 28, 2019

The Court Rules that A Short Absence from Work without Permission Does not Constitute Resignation

In a recent ruling, the Labor Court found that a short-term unapproved absence from work may constitute a disciplinary violation, and therefore be cause for termination, but cannot be seen as resignation.

October 28, 2019

Sick Leave After A Hearing Procedure

The Tel Aviv Regional Labor Court recently ruled that an employee who took advantage of her sick leave as vacation days immediately after being summoned to a termination hearing warranted being denied severance pay and early notice payments.

Employment / Labor Law Litigation

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

Barnea 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 11, 2019

Israel's National Labor Court Protects Right to Organize

In September, Israel's National Labor Court dismissed an appeal by the Café Noir restaurant and affirmed the Tel Aviv Regional Labor Court’s judgment, which held that the restaurant must pay NIS 300,000 compensation for infringing on its employees’ right to organize.

October 28, 2019

The Court Rules that A Short Absence from Work without Permission Does not Constitute Resignation

In a recent ruling, the Labor Court found that a short-term unapproved absence from work may constitute a disciplinary violation, and therefore be cause for termination, but cannot be seen as resignation.

October 28, 2019

Sick Leave After A Hearing Procedure

The Tel Aviv Regional Labor Court recently ruled that an employee who took advantage of her sick leave as vacation days immediately after being summoned to a termination hearing warranted being denied severance pay and early notice payments.

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