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Kibbutz Sector

P. Competition Law and Antitrust, Corporate, Kibbutz Sector, Regulation

We offer a wide spectrum of legal services for all types of proceedings and transactions involving the kibbutz sector.

Our firm boasts extensive experience providing legal advice and assistance to entities in this sector (kibbutzim, moshavim, purchasing organizations, and other types of cooperatives), as well as to outside entrepreneurs interested in investing in kibbutz industries.

 

Utilizing our knowledge of constantly evolving applicable law, including new rulings issued by the Israel Land Authority, we provide invaluable assistance to our clients by eliminating possible obstacles and helping them successfully achieve the numerous milestones en route to closing transactions.

 

Clients turn to us for comprehensive legal services in relation to real-estate transactions, the rezoning of agricultural lands (for commerce, industry, tourism, renewable energy, and infrastructure), land use arrangements, the obtaining of recognition of historic rights to real estate, land reclamations, the establishment and legal representation of new cooperatives, mergers and acquisitions, reorganization and restructuring proceedings, privatizations, dispute resolution and litigation, and legal opinions on diverse subjects.

 

Our firm also offers legal services and guidance with respect to converting cooperatives into private or public companies, converting private companies into cooperatives, tax planning, and negotiating with labor organizations.

 

Our firm has connections and excellent working relationships with all public entities integral to the kibbutz sector: the Israel Land Authority, the Registrar of Cooperative Societies, the Ministry of Agriculture, planning authorities, regional councils, kibbutz movements, the Antitrust Commissioner, and other regulatory authorities.

News and updates - Kibbutz Sector:


October 17, 2021

Interview with Micky Barnea: Kibbutz Industry Closes Two Years of Successful Exits

In the last six months, the kibbutz industry has signed ten significant deals for hundreds of millions of dollars. How and when did the kibbutz industry become so attractive? What happened in the last decade that caused this explosion in the kibbutz industry and is this a temporary phenomenon? A Globes article on the subject features interviews with several experts in the field, including Micky Barnea.

June 20, 2021

Purchase of Agricultural Land – Appraisal Standard No. 22

The purchase of agricultural land has become a common investment channel with high chances of success. Alongside this, there are a few risks potential buyers must prepare for.

Hagit Ben Moshe, who leads the kibbutz and agricultural sector at our firm, was interviewed by Ynet for an article on the risks of purchasing agricultural land. She explains what appraisal standard no. 22 is and its importance in such purchases.

December 8, 2020

Agriculture Law – Hagit Ben Moshe Op-Ed

Last October, the Knesset proposed a draft of the Agriculture Law. Yevul Si, a leading agriculture magazine, published an op-ed by our firm's Hagit Ben Moshe, an expert in the field. She provided commentary on the law, and on the importance of properly compensating the agriculture industry.

Kibbutz Sector

We offer a wide spectrum of legal services for all types of proceedings and transactions involving the kibbutz sector.

Our firm boasts extensive experience providing legal advice and assistance to entities in this sector (kibbutzim, moshavim, purchasing organizations, and other types of cooperatives), as well as to outside entrepreneurs interested in investing in kibbutz industries.

 

Utilizing our knowledge of constantly evolving applicable law, including new rulings issued by the Israel Land Authority, we provide invaluable assistance to our clients by eliminating possible obstacles and helping them successfully achieve the numerous milestones en route to closing transactions.

 

Clients turn to us for comprehensive legal services in relation to real-estate transactions, the rezoning of agricultural lands (for commerce, industry, tourism, renewable energy, and infrastructure), land use arrangements, the obtaining of recognition of historic rights to real estate, land reclamations, the establishment and legal representation of new cooperatives, mergers and acquisitions, reorganization and restructuring proceedings, privatizations, dispute resolution and litigation, and legal opinions on diverse subjects.

 

Our firm also offers legal services and guidance with respect to converting cooperatives into private or public companies, converting private companies into cooperatives, tax planning, and negotiating with labor organizations.

 

Our firm has connections and excellent working relationships with all public entities integral to the kibbutz sector: the Israel Land Authority, the Registrar of Cooperative Societies, the Ministry of Agriculture, planning authorities, regional councils, kibbutz movements, the Antitrust Commissioner, and other regulatory authorities.

P. Competition Law and Antitrust, Corporate, Kibbutz Sector, Regulation

News and updates - Kibbutz Sector:


October 17, 2021

Interview with Micky Barnea: Kibbutz Industry Closes Two Years of Successful Exits

In the last six months, the kibbutz industry has signed ten significant deals for hundreds of millions of dollars. How and when did the kibbutz industry become so attractive? What happened in the last decade that caused this explosion in the kibbutz industry and is this a temporary phenomenon? A Globes article on the subject features interviews with several experts in the field, including Micky Barnea.

June 20, 2021

Purchase of Agricultural Land – Appraisal Standard No. 22

The purchase of agricultural land has become a common investment channel with high chances of success. Alongside this, there are a few risks potential buyers must prepare for.

Hagit Ben Moshe, who leads the kibbutz and agricultural sector at our firm, was interviewed by Ynet for an article on the risks of purchasing agricultural land. She explains what appraisal standard no. 22 is and its importance in such purchases.

December 8, 2020

Agriculture Law – Hagit Ben Moshe Op-Ed

Last October, the Knesset proposed a draft of the Agriculture Law. Yevul Si, a leading agriculture magazine, published an op-ed by our firm's Hagit Ben Moshe, an expert in the field. She provided commentary on the law, and on the importance of properly compensating the agriculture industry.

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