Doing Business in Israel 2017 Edition

Welcome to the latest edition of Doing Business in Israel 2017 guide, brought to you by Nishlis Legal Marketing, helping connect global lawyers and their clients with the preeminent thought leaders in Israel.

Latest market trends, new regulations and the fast-paced and informal business culture in the country are some of the topics discussed by Israel’s preeminent experts.

“The wave of foreign acquisitions has continued over the last year,” points out Herzog Fox & Neeman, just one of the many observations and insights from thought leaders in the newly-launched guide that offers numerous insights into market trends, opportunities, challenges and must-know issues for companies and GCs interested in Israel.

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Other insights, which can be found through the various chapters of the guide  include:

Antitrust and Competition
“Firms in the sector must be well acquainted with the Food Law and with the IAA’s interpretive guidelines,” says Tadmor & Co, Yuval Levy & Co, in the Antitrust chapter of Doing Business in Israel 2017.

Banking
“Over the last decade, the volume of credit provided by institutional investors has constantly been increasing,” says Fischer Behar, in the Banking & Finance chapter of Doing Business in Israel 2017.

Capital Markets
There are more than 570 companies listed on the Tel Aviv Stock Exchange – find out more about the trends and opportunities with S. Friedman & Co.’s chapter on Capital Markets in Israel, in the latest Doing Business in Israel 2017.

Capital Raising
“Recent trends may suggest that the Israeli hi-tech market is beginning to align itself with other more evolved markets,” says Amit, Pollak, Matalon & Co in the Capital Raising chapter in Doing Business in Israel 2017.

Chinese Investments in Israel
“The Israeli company will provide the technological upgrade and western markets, while the Chinese company provides the domestic channels and marketing prowess,” says PwC in the Chinese Investments chapter in Doing Business in Israel 2017.

High-Tech
“Later stage companies that may have raced to exit are now investing in long-term growth,” says Shibolet & Co, authors of the High-Tech chapter in Doing Business in Israel 2017.

Insolvency
Learn about the vital regulations and case law relevant in the Insolvency chapter of Doing Business in Israel 2017. The chapter was written by experts Friedman Yunger & Co.

Intellectual Property
The IP-friendly legal environment and thriving entrepreneurial community have facilitated this huge national transformation,” says Reinhold Cohn Group in the Intellectual Property chapter of Doing Business in Israel 2017.

Labor
“We are witnessing a great change in this field as white-collar employees are unionizing as well,” says Fischer Behar in the Labor and Employment chapter of Doing Business in Israel 2017.

Life Sciences
There is “an environment of cross-fertilization of disciplines that led to innovation in medical technology,” points out Yigal Arnon & Co, leaders in Life Sciences. Find out more in the latest Doing Business in Israel 2017.

Litigation
Find out more about commercial litigation in Israel, derivative and class action lawsuits in the chapter penned by leaders Agmon & Co, Rosenberg, Hacohen & Co. These trends and more are discussed in Doing Business in Israel 2017.

M&A
“Strategic and financial Chinese investors have shown a special interest in Israel,” says Erdinast Ben Nathan Toledano & Co in the must-read M&A chapter of Doing Business in Israel 2017.

Privacy and Data Protection
“Israeli law does have a number of unique characteristics,” explains Yigal Arnon & Co in the Privacy and Data Protection chapter of Doing Business in Israel 2017.

Real Estate
“The increase in demand for real estate in Israel is still much higher than the rise in current supply,” explains Gindi Caspi, prominent experts in Real Estate, discussed in Doing Business in Israel 2017.

Tax
Learn more about the taxation of companies in both the traditional and digital economy, according to thought leaders, Gornitzky & Co, who wrote the Tax chapter of Doing Business in Israel 2017.

Telecommunications
Learn about more opportunities for you in the Israeli telecoms sector with this insightful chapter written by Gornitzky & Co., in the latest Doing Business in Israel 2017 guide.

Transportation
Find out more about current trends in the Transport sector, including the integration of PPP and PFI funding in the sector, in Tadmor & Co, Yuval Levy & Co’s Project Finance; Transportation chapter in Doing Business in Israel 2017.

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Contributing Firms:
We would like to thank our contributing law firms who provided insights into market trends, opportunities, challenges and must-know issues for companies and GCs interested in Israel: Herzog Fox & Neeman, Tadmor & Co. Yuval Levy &Co., Fischer Behar Chen Well Orion & Co, S. Friedman & Co., Amit, Pollak, Matalon & Co., Shibolet & Co., Reinhold Cohn Group, Yigal Arnon & Co., Agmon & Co. Rosenberg Hacohen & Co., Erdinast, Ben Nathan, Toledano & Co., Gindi Caspi, Gornitzky & Co. and Friedman Yunger & Co.

We would like to thank our partners: UK Israel Business, CICC – California Israel Chamber of Commerce, PwC Israel, New England Israel Business Council, Global Legal Group, Conexx: America Israel Business Connector and Câmara Israel Brasil.

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