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Ayelet Shaked photo Eyal Izhar Shaked sets fees to stem class actions flood

 Minister of Justice Ayelet Shaked has decided that a NIS 24,000 fee will be charged for a class action in a district court.

Coca Cola Photo: Reuters Coca Cola Israel handed NIS 62.7m antitrust fine

The Central Bottling Company allegedly offered discounts on monopoly Coca Cola products to customers that bought Tara dairy products.

Moshe Asher Photo: Eyal Yizhar Technology helps Tax Authority catch offenders

Vast amounts of data from abroad and Israel can be cross referenced by computer to find tax evaders, tax chief Moshe Asher says.

IAI Photo: Yaakov Saar More arrests in Israel Aerospace bribery probe

One of the suspects arrested today is the son of a well-known public figure.

Miriam Feirberg Photo: Eyal Yizhar Police recommend indicting Netanya mayor

Miriam Feirberg allegedly accepted bribes, abetted by her son and ex-husband.

IAI CEO Joseph Weiss IAI CEO: We must eliminate improper behavior

13 Israel Aerospace Industries employees were arrested, including a board member and a member of the workers' committee.

Binary options Photo: Shutterstock Binary options staff fired as company exits Israel

Two traders earning NIS 45,000 and NIS 63,000 per month were dismissed without severance pay when G.M. Media Software left for Georgia.

Amal Asad Photo: PR Retired Brig Gen arrested in IAI corruption affair

Amal Asad, who sits on Israel Aerospace Industries board, is one of 13 people suspected of giving or receiving bribes.

IAI 13 arrested in Israel Aerospace corruption probe

Senior executives, board members and a former senior IDF officer are allegedly involved in deep rooted corruption at the government defense firm.

Alona Bar-On Photo: Eyal Yizhar Court grants control of "Globes" to Alona Bar-On

Bar-On prevailed over Russian-Jewish bidder David Davidovich and becomes the first-ever woman to own a major Israeli media outlet. 

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.

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