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Litigation / Class Actions

Class actions are a unique procedural instrument, offering plaintiffs great power against bodies and companies from a variety of industries and fields.

A class action is a legal device in the service of the public and an important tool in the civil arena. Class actions have not only triggered a sharp rise in awareness of consumer rights among the general public itself, among corporations and government authorities, but their emergence also serves as a deterrent against corporate misconduct and as a tool to spur corporations to act with all due care towards consumers.

 

Our litigation department has extensive expertise and experience in handling all aspects of class actions and in customizing the legal strategy for each client – whether as a plaintiff or as a defendant.

 

The department’s renowned reputation in class actions attracts clients who retain us to represent them as class plaintiffs or as defendants in diverse class action cases. Our team also provides advice in mitigating risks when class actions are lodged against a client.

 

The department has also earned respect for its representation of both petitioners and respondents in motions to certify actions as class actions, and for its success in pushing class actions already at the stage of the motion to certify.

 

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News and updates - Litigation / Class Actions:


January 1, 2020

Eyal Nachshon and Amichay Tessler Op-Ed: New Supreme Court Ruling Will Allow Businesses to Repel Class Actions

Eyal Nachshon and Amichay Tessler of our Litigation Department published an op-ed in Dun's Calcalist on the new Supreme Court ruling that would-be plaintiffs must approach defendants before filing a class action suit. According to Eyal and Amichay, this ruling is significant news for private businesses seeking to repel class action lawsuits.

December 29, 2019

Is It Necessary to Send a Demand Letter a Defendant Prior to Filing a Class Action Suit?

In December 2019, an expanded panel of seven Supreme Court justices published a precedential and important decision considering the issue of whether a party seeking to file a class action suit against a government agency must send a demand letter to the agency in advance of filing.

June 13, 2019

Supreme Court: A Service Text Message Is Not a Violation of the Spam Law

The Supreme Court recently ruled on the issue of whether sending a text message in the course of customer service constitutes a violation of the Spam Law.

Litigation / Class Actions

Class actions are a unique procedural instrument, offering plaintiffs great power against bodies and companies from a variety of industries and fields.

A class action is a legal device in the service of the public and an important tool in the civil arena. Class actions have not only triggered a sharp rise in awareness of consumer rights among the general public itself, among corporations and government authorities, but their emergence also serves as a deterrent against corporate misconduct and as a tool to spur corporations to act with all due care towards consumers.

 

Our litigation department has extensive expertise and experience in handling all aspects of class actions and in customizing the legal strategy for each client – whether as a plaintiff or as a defendant.

 

The department’s renowned reputation in class actions attracts clients who retain us to represent them as class plaintiffs or as defendants in diverse class action cases. Our team also provides advice in mitigating risks when class actions are lodged against a client.

 

The department has also earned respect for its representation of both petitioners and respondents in motions to certify actions as class actions, and for its success in pushing class actions already at the stage of the motion to certify.

 

Back to Litigation

News and updates - Litigation:


January 1, 2020

Eyal Nachshon and Amichay Tessler Op-Ed: New Supreme Court Ruling Will Allow Businesses to Repel Class Actions

Eyal Nachshon and Amichay Tessler of our Litigation Department published an op-ed in Dun's Calcalist on the new Supreme Court ruling that would-be plaintiffs must approach defendants before filing a class action suit. According to Eyal and Amichay, this ruling is significant news for private businesses seeking to repel class action lawsuits.

December 29, 2019

Is It Necessary to Send a Demand Letter a Defendant Prior to Filing a Class Action Suit?

In December 2019, an expanded panel of seven Supreme Court justices published a precedential and important decision considering the issue of whether a party seeking to file a class action suit against a government agency must send a demand letter to the agency in advance of filing.

June 13, 2019

Supreme Court: A Service Text Message Is Not a Violation of the Spam Law

The Supreme Court recently ruled on the issue of whether sending a text message in the course of customer service constitutes a violation of the Spam Law.

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