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Regulation / Consumer Protection

Consumer protection issues have been developing dramatically and rapidly over the last decade, and accordingly, so have the enforcement measures being instituted against commercial companies operating as service-providers, both by regulatory authorities and by consumer groups and organizations.

Barnea provides ongoing legal advisory services to local and international commercial companies in relation to legislative proceedings and policies being set in the field of consumer protection. Our counsel applies to such issues as the implementation and assimilation of all dynamic legislation and compliance with the various regulatory requirements.

 

We represent commercial companies sued in class actions for violating consumer laws, as well as in disputes relating to uniform contracts and in advertising fraud cases. We also represent clients in administrative procedures taken by various regulators, for instance the Consumer Protection and Fair Trade Authority.

 

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News and updates - Regulation / Consumer Protection:


November 18, 2019

Israel's Attorney General Guideline to Advance Transition to Digital Services in Government Ministries

In October 2019, Israel's Attorney General published a detailed guideline document addressed to the legal counsels of various government ministries.

September 6, 2018

"Mechir Lamishtaken" Lottery Deemed Illegal

Dr. Dotan Baruch, Head of the Internet Department, was interviewed by TheMarker about the lottery mechanism of the "Mechir Lamishtaken" plan. The mechanism was deemed illegal after it was discovered a permit was not obtained as required under Israel's Penal Code.

 

August 5, 2018

Obligation to Disclose Post-Sale Delivery and Service Policies

Adv. Asaf Shalev was interviewed by TheMarker regarding the Consumer Protection Authority's new directive, according to which companies and business owners who operate a store or a website will be required to specify in a prominent and visible location which areas they refuse to provide their services to.  

 

Regulation / Consumer Protection

Consumer protection issues have been developing dramatically and rapidly over the last decade, and accordingly, so have the enforcement measures being instituted against commercial companies operating as service-providers, both by regulatory authorities and by consumer groups and organizations.

Barnea provides ongoing legal advisory services to local and international commercial companies in relation to legislative proceedings and policies being set in the field of consumer protection. Our counsel applies to such issues as the implementation and assimilation of all dynamic legislation and compliance with the various regulatory requirements.

 

We represent commercial companies sued in class actions for violating consumer laws, as well as in disputes relating to uniform contracts and in advertising fraud cases. We also represent clients in administrative procedures taken by various regulators, for instance the Consumer Protection and Fair Trade Authority.

 

Back to Regulation

News and updates - Regulation:


November 18, 2019

Israel's Attorney General Guideline to Advance Transition to Digital Services in Government Ministries

In October 2019, Israel's Attorney General published a detailed guideline document addressed to the legal counsels of various government ministries.

September 6, 2018

"Mechir Lamishtaken" Lottery Deemed Illegal

Dr. Dotan Baruch, Head of the Internet Department, was interviewed by TheMarker about the lottery mechanism of the "Mechir Lamishtaken" plan. The mechanism was deemed illegal after it was discovered a permit was not obtained as required under Israel's Penal Code.

 

August 5, 2018

Obligation to Disclose Post-Sale Delivery and Service Policies

Adv. Asaf Shalev was interviewed by TheMarker regarding the Consumer Protection Authority's new directive, according to which companies and business owners who operate a store or a website will be required to specify in a prominent and visible location which areas they refuse to provide their services to.  

 

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