| Pinhas Rubin
November 15th, 2015

Partners Pinhas Rubin and Daniel Paserman covered the latest trends in Israeli tax law in the 2015 publication of "Doing Business in Israel".

July 3rd, 2012

This article, by Pinhas Rubin and Daniel Paserman, examines two aspects of the reclassification of transactions under Israeli tax law: its effect on the question of burdens of proof in tax appeals, and its potential effect on third parties, uninvolved in the tax dispute. Due to these repercussions, the authors argue that the reclassification tool should be applied in a restrained manner and in exceptional cases only.

Hebrew Item
February 16th, 2012

The media spin of the new "Haircuts" bill has gained momentum, however if the bill is passed, it will become an unnecessary law. The law does not cause much harm, but what is the purpose of passing such laws? An article by Mr. Pinhas Rubin.

Hebrew Item
August 1st, 2011

Does the social justice atmosphere change the expectation of companies' major shareholders to act more responsibly?

Hebrew Item
July 30th, 2012

While Mr. Pinhas Rubin finds that Israel's government has been fickle, chaotic and void of any systematic thinking, he believes that the recent tax raises – at their core – are a necessity. Despite the harm it will cause, specifically to the middle and lower classes, he believes this is a quick and effective tax solution – an important point to consider in times of economic crisis.

Hebrew Item
May 22nd, 2012

In the near future, a long list of companies will be coerced into being sold in order to avoid the "pyramid prohibition" and to separate their financial and non-financial holdings.  These forced sales, under less than perfect circumstances, have waylayers rubbing their hands in delight just waiting to purchase the companies for peanuts.  An article by Mr. Pinhas Rubin.


Hebrew Item
October 23rd, 2011

Mr. Pinhas Rubin analyzes possible implications of the expected recommendations of the Committee to Increase Competitiveness in the Economy

Hebrew Item
January 25th, 2011

The Israeli Supreme Court overruled, with the parties agreement, the ruling that cast a large shadow over the possibilty of leveraged buyots. An article by Mr. Pinhas Rubin.

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