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Shmuel Hauser ISA to extend binary options ban to foreign customers

A new bill will outlaw Israeli trading arenas' activity with non-Israeli customers unless the arena holds a trading license in the country concerned.

Ayelet Shaked photo Eyal Izhar 4 judges chosen as Supreme Court moves right

Three of the four new judges were reportedly backed by right-wing Justice Minister Ayelet Shaked.

Elor Azaria Photo: Tomer Applebaum Haaretz Azaria handed 18-months for manslaughter

One of the three judges wanted a more severe sentence for Elor Azaria, the soldier who shot dead an injured terrorist in Hebron.

Legal tips for startups In first, Israeli public servant convicted for leak

The Tel Aviv District Court convicted Ayelet Azulai, bureau chief of late Minister of Defense Binyamin Ben Eliezer.

Ittai Gross and Gali Friedhof Photos: Omer Hacohen Pearl Cohen law firm brings in 3 partners

The new partners together with Adv. Paul Lenga are launching Pearl Cohen's Infrastructure and Project Finance Group.

Shapir Photo: Assaf Mordechai Shapir Engineering in Romanian bribery probe

A Shapir subsidiary is suspected of bribing Romanian public servants to ensure it won a tender.

Tzachi Hanegbi Photo: Gil Yochanan Hanegbi appointed communications minister

The move follows a High Court of Justice decision that the prime minister cannot continue to hold the communications portfolio.

cyber security The unexpected legal consequences of cyber-attacks

Israeli companies, executives and directors aren't prepared for the enormous financial and legal consequences of a cyber-attack.

Erez Vigodman  photo: Tamar Matsafi Chaim Hurvitz: Teva has no problem as a company

Some analysts see distress signals in Teva's 2017 outlook, but most still recommend "Buy".

binary options Photo: ASAP shutterstock Israeli regulator swamped by binary options complaints

Stories of fraud and threats suffered by binary options investors.

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