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Litigation / Administrative Law

Due to the nature of their operations, many business companies are required to undergo a variety of proceedings with administrative bodies, government companies, and public authorities.

Barnea advises numerous companies, NPOs, and individuals on complex issues in diverse fields. We represent our clients during proceedings before the various administrative bodies and courts, including the Supreme Court. Adv. Zohar Lande, the head of Barnea’s Litigation Department, also represents clients in official discussions in various Knesset committees.

 

Barnea also regularly advises clients from the public sector, as well as state authorities and public bodies, when administrative petitions are filed against them.

 

Our firm has managed administrative proceedings and diverse and pivotal cases in the fields of infrastructure, communications, planning and building, real estate, education, culture and sport, financial services, permits and licenses, and tenders.

 

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News and updates - Litigation / Administrative Law:


May 7, 2019

Administrative Petition Filed Against Our Client Following Tender Win

Our firm is representing the Tel Aviv Taxi Organization in an administrative petition filed against after its win in the Tel Aviv cluster of a two-stage competitive process conducted by the Ministry of Transport. The organization is represented by Advs. Zohar Lande, Eyal Nachshon, and Adi Shoham of the Litigation Department.

February 21, 2019

The Battle on Internal Auditing in Government Companies

On January 29, the Government Companies Authority issued a circular stating that the internal auditor of government companies rated 7 and above must be a salaried employee and not outsourced, except in special cases. Companies for which this rating does not apply, however, will be able to continue to receive internal auditing services through outsourcing.

Our firm was asked to represent the Institute of Certified Public Accountants in Israel in its demand to cancel the Government Companies Authority directive.

December 31, 2018

Supreme Court Decision on Knesset Channel Chosen as Top Ruling in 2018

TheMarker named the Supreme Court's ruling on the Knesset Channel tender as one of the five most important verdicts of 2018. According to TheMarker, the ruling provides a glimpse into the Court's attitude to the media. Advs. Zohar Lande, Eyal Nachshon, Adi Shoham, and Omer Keydar of the firm's Litigation Department represented RGE Knesset Channel, which won the tender.

Litigation / Administrative Law

Due to the nature of their operations, many business companies are required to undergo a variety of proceedings with administrative bodies, government companies, and public authorities.

Barnea advises numerous companies, NPOs, and individuals on complex issues in diverse fields. We represent our clients during proceedings before the various administrative bodies and courts, including the Supreme Court. Adv. Zohar Lande, the head of Barnea’s Litigation Department, also represents clients in official discussions in various Knesset committees.

 

Barnea also regularly advises clients from the public sector, as well as state authorities and public bodies, when administrative petitions are filed against them.

 

Our firm has managed administrative proceedings and diverse and pivotal cases in the fields of infrastructure, communications, planning and building, real estate, education, culture and sport, financial services, permits and licenses, and tenders.

 

Back to Litigation

News and updates - Litigation:


May 7, 2019

Administrative Petition Filed Against Our Client Following Tender Win

Our firm is representing the Tel Aviv Taxi Organization in an administrative petition filed against after its win in the Tel Aviv cluster of a two-stage competitive process conducted by the Ministry of Transport. The organization is represented by Advs. Zohar Lande, Eyal Nachshon, and Adi Shoham of the Litigation Department.

February 21, 2019

The Battle on Internal Auditing in Government Companies

On January 29, the Government Companies Authority issued a circular stating that the internal auditor of government companies rated 7 and above must be a salaried employee and not outsourced, except in special cases. Companies for which this rating does not apply, however, will be able to continue to receive internal auditing services through outsourcing.

Our firm was asked to represent the Institute of Certified Public Accountants in Israel in its demand to cancel the Government Companies Authority directive.

December 31, 2018

Supreme Court Decision on Knesset Channel Chosen as Top Ruling in 2018

TheMarker named the Supreme Court's ruling on the Knesset Channel tender as one of the five most important verdicts of 2018. According to TheMarker, the ruling provides a glimpse into the Court's attitude to the media. Advs. Zohar Lande, Eyal Nachshon, Adi Shoham, and Omer Keydar of the firm's Litigation Department represented RGE Knesset Channel, which won the tender.

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