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Jacki Silbermann
Jacki Silbermann

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Tel Aviv

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Jacki Silbermann

Jacki is an associate in the firm’s Employment Department.

Adv. Jacki Silbermann provides clients with ongoing legal advice and represents them in proceedings in Israel’s labor courts as well as proceedings opposite the Labor Branch in the Ministry of Economy and other government authorities.

As part of her legal advisory services, Jacki performs employment due diligence for a wide range of commercial transactions, guides employers in implementation of policies for prevention of sexual harassment, handles work visas for foreign workers, counsels clients on engagement with contractors and prepares various legal memos in labor and employment law.

She also drafts various employment documents, including employment and termination agreements, and non-compete, confidentiality and intellectual property clauses.

Prior to joining Barnea, Jacki worked in a leading boutique firm in the field of labor and employment.


Prominent legal directory The Legal 500 ranks Jacki in the Employment & Labour Law practice area.


Master of Laws (LL.M.), Harvard Law School, 2020

Bachelor of Laws (LL.B.) (magna cum laude), University of Haifa, 2016


Member of the Israel Bar Association since 2017

Insights & News - Jacki Silbermann :

March 27, 2024

Israel Freezes Convalescence Pay Rate

The purpose of reducing convalescence days and freezing the pay rate in 2024 is to budget benefits for reservists.
March 21, 2024

Fatphobia: Workplace Discrimination Lawsuits in Israel

The Israeli National Labor Court reversed the Regional Labor Court’s ruling and ruled that the demotion of a football referee to a lower league derived from irrelevant considerations of weight and appearance.
March 20, 2024

Israel Raises Minimum Wage

According to the update, which will take effect on April 1, 2024, the minimum wage for a full-time job will be ILS 5,880.02. The increase will also be reflected in the sums of social contributions to provident and severance pay funds, vacation pay, overtime pay, and sick pay.

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