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| Erez Harel
January 24th, 2018

Gornitzky represented the Phoenix and several of its senior corporate officers in an ISA investigation.

Gornitzky represented the Phoenix and several of its senior corporate officers in an investigation conducted by the Israel Securities Authority, for suspicions of committing securities fraud, obtaining by deceit, breach of trust in a corporation and false entry in corporate books.


According to allegations, thousands of self-dealing transactions were fraudulently coordinated and executed between Excellence and Phoenix accounts, in order to generate unlawful profits on account of Phoenix members, while influencing securities prices.


Our firm accompanied the company and its officers throughout the stages of the ongoing investigation, since it commenced in 2015 and up until the ISA's announcement dated January 1, 2018, according to which the case was closed.


The company was represented by Pinhas Rubin (Head of the Firm), Partners Erez Harel and Hila Shimon, together with Associate Liron Karass.

August 9th, 2015

Gornitzky represented Delek Real Estate Ltd. in a successful hearing process in which it was decided not to press charges against the Company

Following a successful preliminary hearing, in which Advocates Pinhas Runin (Partner), Erez Harel (Partner) and Hila Shimon represented Delek Real Estate Ltd., the Tel Aviv District prosecution decided not to press charges against the Company (and against Ilik Rojansky – former CEO) and resolve the case in a discontinuance of the proceeding settlement (in which the company will only bear a financial sanction).

October 13th, 2016

Partners Daniel Paserman (CPA), Erez Harel and Shlomo Aviad Zider in an article in The Marker about the importance of early preparations amongst companies for an audit of the tax authorities.

Partners Daniel Paserman (CPA), Erez Harel and Shlomo Aviad Zider in an article in The Marker in which they stressed the importance of early preparations amongst companies and their employees for an audit of the tax authorities.

 

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