Lior is an associate in the firm’s Employment Department.
Adv. Lior Girshevitz provides legal counsel to international and local entities in the private and public sector, high-tech companies, industrial companies, and employees and executives. He advises on a wide range of issues in the labor law field.
Lior has gained significant experience in conducting various litigation proceedings in labor courts and other courts, individual and collective dispute resolution procedures, arbitration and mediation proceedings, inquiry proceedings pursuant to the Prevention of Sexual Harassment Law, and investigations of incidents of harassment at work.
In addition, Lior guides the firm’s clients in the labor law aspects of various commercial transactions, mergers and acquisitions, and organizational structure changes.
Lior advises on all elements of employment law and labor relations, including working conditions, personal employment agreements (including senior agreements), collective labor agreements, and compensation plans for employees and senior managers.
He also creates work procedures and ensures proper management of employment termination procedures, which often involve unique complexities and require close legal guidance and direction.
College of Management, B.A. in Economics, 2016
College of Management, LL.B., 2016
Member of the Israel Bar Association since 2017
Insights & News - Lior Girshevitz:
Barnea: Webinar on Employment during the Israel-Hamas War
We hosted a webinar in collaboration with the Israeli Association of Publicly Traded Companies. During the webinar, Lior Girshevitz, from our Employment Department, lectured on the Law for Protection of Workers in Times of Emergency.
Compensation to Employers for Evacuated Employees’ Wages
Employers may claim compensation for wages paid to employees unable to report for work because of evacuation from one of the border communities specified in government decisions.
Employing Teenagers during Operation Swords of Iron
The Israeli Minister of Labor signed a general permit to employ teenagers during evening hours due to the state of emergency in the economy. This permit expands the work hours during which teenagers between the ages of 16 and 18 may be employed.