Publications

| Administrative Law
December 6th, 2017

Tal Sela, an associate at our firm, and Prof. Ariel Bendor from Bar-Ilan University, identifies three eras in which the Supreme Court exercised normative judicial discretion differently, in an article published in the "Mishpatim" law review vol. 46(3). For the full article (Hebrew):

Tal Sela, an associate at our firm, and Prof. Ariel Bendor from Bar-Ilan University, identifies three eras in which the Supreme Court exercised normative judicial discretion differently, in an article published in the "Mishpatim" law review vol. 46(3). For the full article (Hebrew):

June 10th, 2012

Current regulation of publicly-traded companies is extremely cumbersome, especially for smaller companies, thus imposing enormous costs and creating significant barriers on the ability of such companies to raise capital. Following the recently enacted American CROWDFUND Act and JOBS Act, authors Dr. Zvi Gabbay (Partner) and Yoav Meer call for the adoption of similar measures by the Israeli legislature.

Current regulation of publicly-traded companies is extremely cumbersome, especially for smaller companies, thus imposing enormous costs and creating significant barriers on the ability of such companies to raise capital. Following the recently enacted American CROWDFUND Act and JOBS Act, authors Dr. Zvi Gabbay (Partner) and Yoav Meer call for the adoption of similar measures by the Israeli legislature, including allowing certain companies to raise money through crowdfunding (without considering such action a "public offering") and by providing regulatory exemptions to emerging growth companies and mini-offerings.

Hebrew Item