ACC Israel

ACC Israel serves in-house attorneys in Israel through networking, knowledge sharing, continuing legal education and advocacy on behalf of the in-house profession. ACC Israel offers a strong local presence in Israel, with the affiliation and support of an international resource. ACC is the only organized source of information and network in Israel that is dedicated to in-house counsel.

For more information on chapter activities, please contact the Chapter President.

2017 President's Message

Dear ACC Israel Members,

As we enter 2017, we would like to express ACC Israel board's appreciation for your ongoing membership and support of our chapter. Your participation, along with that of our peers in the in-house community of over 42,000 ACC members globally, is critical to our mission of serving the Israeli in-house community.

As ever, our aim is to serve you by better understanding the needs of in-house counsel in Israel; by promoting the value of in-house services; by advancing the interests of the in-house community in Israel; and by creating a dynamic in-house community through services that provide relevant, exciting, timely information, education and numerous networking opportunities. Read more

ACC Newsstand

Precedent Set regarding Class Actions against Dual-Listed Companies in Israel

Nov 20, 2017 - In a precedent-setting ruling handed down recently in the Tel Aviv District Court , a motion to certify an action as a class action, which was

Israel’s Successful Incubators and Accelerators Develop the Future

Nov 19, 2017 - In its innovative journey, Israel has exhibited technological achievements and economic advancements that have proved it to be one of the strongest

Due diligence, information and disclosure in M&A transactions in Israel

Nov 16, 2017 - A structured guide to due diligence, information and disclosure in merger and acquisition transactions in Israel

Claim of DMD Residents to be recognized as employees of the hospital and receive salaries similar to MD Residents rejected by National Labor Court in Israel

Nov 16, 2017 - In a unanimous decision delivered on November 14, 2017, the National Labor Court in Israel rejected the claim of DMD residents to be recognized as

EMEA Briefings

Published in June and December, the EMEA Briefings provide region specific content.


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