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November / 2012

The Bronner Brothers Win Dispute over Family Estate

In July 2013, an Israeli court ruled in favor of the Bronner brothers, represented by Meitar, in a complex inheritance dispute with their siblings, which is a part of a broader dispute involving a worldwide diamond and real-estate business.

November / 2012

Advising the underwriters in the $127 million initial public offering by Wix.com

Our firm represented J.P Morgan Securities, Merrill Lynch and several other underwriters in the $127 million initial public offering by Wix.com, including both primary and secondary shares, on NASDAQ.

November / 2012

SanDisk Wins Dismissal of Motion to Certify a Class Action

Meitar represented SanDisk in the defense of a motion to certify a class action relating to media players, leading to the dismissal of the action.

November / 2012

Representation of Evogene in its $73.8 million initial public offering and listing on NYSE

Meitar represented TASE-listed Evogene, a plant genomics company, in its $73.8 million initial public offering on the NYSE.

November / 2012

Motion to Certify a Class Action against Directors and Officers of Leadcom Integrated Solutions Dism

Meitar represented the directors and officers of Leadcom Integrated Solutions in opposing a motion to certify a NIS 115 million class action relating to an allegedly misleading prospectus. The court dismissed the motion, finding that the issue is not suitable for adjudication as a class action.

November / 2012

Representation of Amdocs

Meitar represented Amdocs in its approximately $120 million acquisition of Actix International Limited, a leading independent provider of software for mobile network optimization.

November / 2012

Bank Leumi Prevails in a Dispute over Statute of Limitations

In July 2013 the Supreme Court held that the statute of limitations on a bank’s claim for damages due to a breach of an undertaking to register a mortgage securing a loan, commences on the date the borrower ceased to pay the monthly payments of the loan, and not, as claimed by the appellants, at the time the obligation to register the mortgage was violated. The Bank is represented by Meitar (LCA 4090/13 Deutsch vs. Bank Leumi).