2018 02.01

An article on the actions to be taken in the event of a failure to win the tender, as demonstrated by the recent case of a Cyprus company represented by the law firm of Afik & Co. for a number of years with regard to marine fueling at the Haifa Port, which filed a tender offer for the maritime bunkering services in the Ashdod port and received notice that it did not win r. The article is by Adv. Yair Aloni of Afik & Co., who focuses on the entire spectrum of civil and commercial law, including in the field of tenders and commercial litigation.  The article in English may be found at the link: http://www.afiklaw.com/articles/a247/

Update of the law office of Thomas, Mayer & Associés, a French member of the EALG, as to New Labor law regulations of Macron’s government: overview of the most emblematic and challenged provisions. The article in English may be found at the link: http://www.afiklaw.com/articles/tma247/

A manager who transacted knowing that the company will not be able to manage the transaction will be personally liable.  For more reading: http://he.afiklaw.com/updates/5562/

A liquidated damages clause based on commercial-economic logic will be enforced even if one of the parties entered liquidation proceedings.   For more reading: http://he.afiklaw.com/updates/5564/

Commercial, Intellectual Property and Labor Law Updates

An overreaching and generic drafting of a non-competition clause may render it unenforceable

For more reading: http://he.afiklaw.com/updates/5569/

The general permit to trade with Iraq will be in force until end of 2018.  For more reading: http://www.afiklaw.com/updates/5571/

Grant to use a registered trademark is invalid unless recorded with the Trademark registrar.  For more reading: http://www.afiklaw.com/updates/5573/

Public Law and Tenders Updates

One may not submit a tender offer with a straw-man when the one to perform the tender work does not fulfil the preconditions of the tender.  For more reading: http://www.afiklaw.com/updates/5575/

Real Estate Law Updates

A tenant in a condominium who makes a repair in the common property without prior approval is not entitled to reimbursement of expenses.  For more reading: http://www.afiklaw.com/updates/5577/