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U.S. Army Corps of Engineers Industry Day in Tel Aviv

Sharon Adler, head of the construction and infrastructure practice of Harpaz, Oren, Adler & Co, was honored to participate in the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers
Industry Day in Tel Aviv.

As the leading Israeli firm in U.S. federal contracting law, we were proud to stand alongside our U.S. counterparts Cohen Seglias Pallas Greenhall & Furman PC.  

Full details can be found here.

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Vered Ashkenazi has joined Harpaz, Oren, Adler & Co., Advocates as partner in the commercial and high-tech practice

We are very pleased to announce that Vered Ashkenazi  has joined Harpaz, Oren, Adler & Co., Advocates as partner in our commercial and high-tech practice.

Vered brings a depth of knowledge and professionalism to our firm from her vast and unique experience in high-tech, ad-tech and media companies.

Vered held senior positions in the legal and business world. Vered served as legal counsel at Perion (NASDAQ: PERI), Amdocs (NASDAQ: DOX)
and as the General counsel of Keshet broadcasting (media group and leading television program maker).

Vered also served as the CEO of Media Men Group (network of local rights management companies).

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Multimillion dollar investment in the Cyber industry

Two foreign companies, one based in the Netherlands (inpedio) and the other based in Hungary (Cytrox), dealing respectively with cyber defense and cyber intelligence products,
secured a strategic multimillion dollar investment led by the Cyber Security arm of Israeli Aerospace Industries (IAI), via one of its subsidiaries based in Singapore, and other investors (such as Jacob Engel and Alon Arabov).
The companies securing the investment were represented by advocates Eyal Oren, Eitan Shamir and Eran Argov, from our Commercial and High Tech department.

The full article can be found at calcalist.co.il and israeldefense.co.il.

 

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Hosting a Round Table Meeting With the Honorable Delegation of US Congressmen

With great pride, Harpaz Oren, Adler & Co. hosted the honorable delegation of US Congressmen, headed by the honorable Congressman Mr. Jeff Denham, Chairman, Subcommittee on
Railroads, Pipelines and Hazardous Cargo, for a round table meeting with leading individuals from Israel’s infrastructure sector. The discussions at the event focused on Israel’s economic
environment and the conditions related to the development of large scale Infrastructure projects, including rail projects, as well as cyber security.
The event was organized by Israel’s Ministry of Foreign Affairs.

Harpaz Oren, Adler & Co. is one of Israel’s top law firms dealing with large scale infrastructure projects constructed by international companies.

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Harpaz, Oren, Adler & Co is proud to be among the sponsors of the 6th annual conference for Israel infrastructures which takes place on 5 July 2017

More than 750 attendees are expected to participate in the 6th annual conference for Israel infrastructures which will focus on transportation and real-estate, energy, gas, crude and water.

Harpaz, Oren, Adler & Co is proud to be one of the sponsors of the conference.

Sharon Adler, head of the firm’s Projects and Construction practice, will be among the distinguished speakers at the conference and will present a critical review of the developments in Israel’s
transport and infrastructures sector in the past two decades with an outlook at challenges ahead.

Full details about the conference can be found here.

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Babylon won the arbitration of the dispute with its founder: entitled to $ 1.5 million

Arbitration proceeding between Internet company Babylon Ltd.(TASE:BBYL) and entrepreneur Amnon Ovadia, who designed Babylon’s translation software ended in a ruling that Ovadia
would have to pay Babylon $1.5 million in order to acquire the company’s translation business.

Arbitrator Advocate Itamar Anaby’s ruling, which came two years after Ovadia demanded the cancelation of the agreement he signed with Babylon for the purchase of his translation software,
states that Ovadia must pay Babylon $1.5 million plus VAT, linkage differences, and interest, plus NIS 250,000 in expenses.
Advocates Dror Harpaz and Inbar Mackin from Harpaz, Oren, Adler & Co. law firm represented Babylon.

The full article can be found at Globes.co.il.
An Hebrew version can be found at TheMarker.co.il and Globes.co.il.

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Residents of Sea and Sun: We fell victim to a sting operation as part of a renovation project

A renovation in the luxurious Sea and Sun complex, at a cost of more than 10 million NIS, has resulted in residents’ claims that the cost was intentionaly inflated by those in charge of the renovation project.

The residents are represented by advocates Dror Harpaz and Shachal Yariv from Harpaz, Oren, Adler & Co. law firm.

The full article can be found at TheMarker.co.il.

 

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Commonwealth Dynamics Inc. joining Global Dominion Access group.

Commonwealth Dynamics Inc. was acquired by the Spanish firm – Beroa Thermal Energy SL. Creating the largest worldwide group of chimney and tower design builders.
Beroa Thermal Energy SL. Is a fully owned subsidiary of the Spanish multinational corporation Global Dominion Access S.A.

Harpaz, Oren & Co., advocates was in charge of the formation of the Israeli branch of Commonwealth Dynamics Inc. and is covering all their legal needs in Israel since then.
The most notable project executed by Commonwealth Dynamics Inc. in Israel so far is the building of two chimneys for Israel Electric Company (in “Orot Rabin” and “Rutenberg” Power Plants) as part of the FGD “clean air” project.

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SEMI (ACS group) continues the Railway Electrification Project – Alstom failed in attempt to disqualify SEMI and the Tender

The District Court in Tel Aviv ruled today (18.4.16) to leave the multi-billion NIS award of the Railway Electrification Project with SEMI of ACS group (Spain) – represented and accompanied
by Harpaz, Oren & Co., Advocates.

After an aggressive legal proceeding, initiate by Alstom Transport (France), involving international Industrial espionage, the court accepted practically all of SEMI`s claims and awarded SEMI
its full amount of actual legal expenses, about NIS 700,000
(far from being a common practice in Israeli courts).

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