Eitan Mehulal Sadot has contributed, this year as well, the Israeli chapter in the 5th edition of The Legal 500: Private Client Comparative Guide. The chapter was written by the firm’s partners, Adv. Yaron Mehulal and Adv. Nataly Davidai, leading lawyers in the field of private wealth, trusts and philanthropy.
In an unprecedented and unique judgment that was given on September 12, 2021, by the Jerusalem District Court (the honorable Justice Alexander Ron), the court granted an administrative petition that was filed by Target Call Ltd. through our firm’s Litigation Department, in which it held that Target Call’s bid in a tender of the Ministry of Finance should not be disqualified, despite the apparent discrepancy between the bank guarantee that was attached to the bid and the terms of the tender. The court said in its judgment that when the guarantee is defective in that it adds something to the requirements of the tender, it would appear to be difficult to claim that the principle of equality between the bidders has been undermined.
In a precedent-setting judgment in favor of a client of our firm, who was represented by Advocates Refael Liba and Yohai Shelef, and which was given on September 2, 2021, by the Economic Department in the Tel Aviv & Jaffa District Court (Class Action 35297-08-19 Proxima v. Mediterranean Sea Towers), the honorable Justice Ruth Ronnen held that the conditional early redemption mechanism adopted by dozens of public companies in the Israeli economy over the last few years is legitimate and consistent with the provisions of the bond trust deeds and the law.
Eitan Mehulal Sasot is proud to contribute its vast knowledge in this practice area, and to compose, this year as well, the chapter of Law and Practice in Israel, in the Chambers Global Practice Guide for Private Wealth 2021.
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