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Litigation / Corporate Litigation

Barnea’s Litigation department specializes in providing legal advice during disputes relating to securities law, battles for control over companies, lawsuits against officers and shareholders, lawsuits alleging discrimination against minority interests, partners’ disputes and lawsuits entailing both corporate and commercial aspects.
 

Barnea also has substantial knowledge and experience in advising shareholders and officers of corporations seeking to file derivative suits.

 

The litigation department handles, inter alia, lawsuits alleging breaches of fiduciary duties of trust and care towards the company, erroneous or misleading announcements and reports, noncompliance with reporting obligations, unlawful trading using insider information, restatements of financial statements and more.

 

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News and updates - Litigation / Corporate Litigation:


November 27, 2018

Legislative Amendment Enables Filing Claims against Foreign Entities in Israel

A recently promulgated memorandum of law to amend judicial procedures proposes to add the possibility of filing claims against foreign entities in Israel for damage they caused in Israel as a result of acts or omissions performed outside of Israel.

September 4, 2018

Activist Shareholders – The Israeli Challenge

Barnea and ACC hosted today a seminar on shareholder activism. Micky Barnea discussed activism in Israeli companies, while Noa Havdala lectured on activism in the courtroom. Also presenting were Elchanan (Nani) Maoz from Everest Fund and Steve Wolosky from Olshan Frome Wolosky LLP.

June 4, 2018

Israeli Court Scrutiny Over Decisions of a Board of an Israeli NASDAQ Traded Company in a Proxy Fight

Recently, a four month proxy fight over control of an Israeli incorporated NASDAQ traded company was settled, following a series of proceedings held before the Tel Aviv District Court. At a crucial juncture, the Tel Aviv Court was asked to issue a temporary injunction over a transaction initiated by the board, which included a highly dilutive (24.9%) issuance of shares.

Litigation / Corporate Litigation

Barnea’s Litigation department specializes in providing legal advice during disputes relating to securities law, battles for control over companies, lawsuits against officers and shareholders, lawsuits alleging discrimination against minority interests, partners’ disputes and lawsuits entailing both corporate and commercial aspects.
 

Barnea also has substantial knowledge and experience in advising shareholders and officers of corporations seeking to file derivative suits.

 

The litigation department handles, inter alia, lawsuits alleging breaches of fiduciary duties of trust and care towards the company, erroneous or misleading announcements and reports, noncompliance with reporting obligations, unlawful trading using insider information, restatements of financial statements and more.

 

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News and updates - Litigation:


November 27, 2018

Legislative Amendment Enables Filing Claims against Foreign Entities in Israel

A recently promulgated memorandum of law to amend judicial procedures proposes to add the possibility of filing claims against foreign entities in Israel for damage they caused in Israel as a result of acts or omissions performed outside of Israel.

September 4, 2018

Activist Shareholders – The Israeli Challenge

Barnea and ACC hosted today a seminar on shareholder activism. Micky Barnea discussed activism in Israeli companies, while Noa Havdala lectured on activism in the courtroom. Also presenting were Elchanan (Nani) Maoz from Everest Fund and Steve Wolosky from Olshan Frome Wolosky LLP.

June 4, 2018

Israeli Court Scrutiny Over Decisions of a Board of an Israeli NASDAQ Traded Company in a Proxy Fight

Recently, a four month proxy fight over control of an Israeli incorporated NASDAQ traded company was settled, following a series of proceedings held before the Tel Aviv District Court. At a crucial juncture, the Tel Aviv Court was asked to issue a temporary injunction over a transaction initiated by the board, which included a highly dilutive (24.9%) issuance of shares.

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