Appearances and media: Adv. Ofer Cohen-Zedek lectured on "the art of cross examination and the examination of experts". The lecture was given as part of the Israel Bar's continuing education program on civil and commercial litigation, in which both judges and advocates lecture.
The department successfully represented a tuna fish importer, which applied for – and obtained – a provisional mandatory injunction and provisional attachment in respect of 10 containers of fish that had been imported from a Chinese supplier further to an anticipated breach of the agreement with it, despite the fact that the transactions had been secured by documentary letters of credit.
In an employee's lawsuit against his former employer and its CEO, the department filed an application for the summary dismissal of elements of the claim based on the Protection of Privacy Law and an application for the summary dismissal of the causes of action against the company's CEO. The regional labour court allowed the applications in a partial judgement, whereby the relief sought under the Protection of Privacy Law was struck out from the statement of claim, and the claim against the employer's CEO was struck out in full.
the department represented E8 Storage in a second round of raising capital in which it raised $12 million from the Accel Fund and the existing investors, the Magma and Vertex Funds. E8 Storage, which was established at the end of 2014, is developing the next generation of flash storage solutions.
the department has brought about the dismissal of several class actions brought against the firm's clients, leading Israeli companies
The department represented two companies that merged in obtaining a tax ruling from the Tax Authority's Mergers and Spin-Offs Department, approving the outline of the merger. The department's action for several clients in proceedings relating to the voluntary disclosure of unreported income in Israel and abroad was also successfully completed.
The liquidator of the Rav-Or insurance agency, Adv. Karen Reichbach-Segal, alleges that the company owner, Avner Koppel, secretly transferred NIS 11 million from the company to a company owned by his son