Karin is a commercial lawyer who specializes in providing advisory services to companies in relation to corporate and internet law.
Karin has considerable experience in advising organizations subject to privacy protection laws in both Israel and Europe. She is skilled at drafting programs for compliance with the privacy protection regulations that apply to a wide range of organizations.
Karin’s practice also encompasses the provision of legal services to private companies under formation in relation to aspects of commercial and corporate law, as well as regulation. She provides these newly formed companies with legal guidance during their various commercial transactions, such as mergers and acquisitions, joint ventures, cooperation agreements, etc.
Interdisciplinary Center Herzliya, (LL.B and B.A Business), 2010
Member of Israel Bar Association since 2012
News and updates - Karin Kashi:
Websites Roll Out November Deals – Tips for Safer Shopping Online
November brings with it a variety of online shopping deals and promotions. Before making a purchase, it is important to know which products are tax-exempt, which sites to buy from, and what warning lights should not be ignored. Adv. Karin Kashi, coordinator of our firm’s privacy practice, addresses the issue in an interview with Ynet.
How Can China’s New Privacy Protection Law Affect Your Business?
On November 1, 2021, the new Chinese Personal Information Protection Law (PIPL) will come into effect. This law is modeled after the well-known European General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR).
Like the GDPR, the PIPL will apply not only to Chinese organizations, but also to any organization processing the personal information of people located in China.
Therefore, any organization that collects data from China must comply with this new law or risk suffering the consequences.
Israeli Privacy Protection Authority Publishes New Statement Concerning Location Data in Workplaces
There has been an uptrend in recent years of employers using a variety of technological tools to supervise their employees and oversee the quality of their work. The use of these tools has become more prevalent due to the shift of many organizations to working from home last year.