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July 2019:

Citizens for the Environment organization filed an application to certify a class action against dozens of factories in the Haifa district, for emission of pollutants which caused excess morbidity of cancer.

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An application was filed to certify a class action against Sodastream Israel ltd., on the grounds of unfair terms in consumer contracts, false advertising, abuse of a dominant position and unfair pricing of gas refills for home carbonation systems.

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June 2019:

The district court certified a class action against Tnuva, Israel's largest food manufacturer, for excessive pricing of prepackaged hard cheese.

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Cohen Development`s shareholders from the public will be paid approximately NIS 27 million, including settlement expenses, attorney fees and lead plaintiff`s reward, according to a settlement agreement which was approved.

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May 2019:

The operators of the Carmel Tunnels will compensate drivers who were charged unlawful collection costs, according to a settlement agreement which was approved.

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The operator of the Carmel Tunnels will compensate owners of large private vehicles who were charged with excessive tolls,, according to a settlement agreement which was approved.

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April 2019:

Motion to disclose documents prior to a derivative action on behalf of Teva, regarding the company`s marketing practices of opioid based drugs.

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March 2019:

An application was filed to certify a class action against the manufacturer and the importer of defected bone grafts for dental surgeries.

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Cohen Development`s shareholders from the public will be paid approximately NIS 27 million, including settlement expenses, attorney fees and lead plaintiff`s reward, according to a settlement agreement which is pending approval.

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February 2019:

Bezeq, Israel's largest telecommunications company, will compensate its clients for breaching its duty to conduct a daily update of the database used by its call center, according to a settlement agreement which was approved by the District Court.

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January 2019:

An application was filed to certify a class action against Bank Mizrachi Tefahot, for charging a fee for sending a first notice regarding overdue payments or overdraft.

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The Supreme Court upheld an appeal on a partial certification decision in a class action against Cellcom, for unlawful collection of fees.

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An application was filed to approve a settlement in a derivative action on behalf of Financitech company.

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November 2018:

An application was filed to certify a class action against Shlomo SIXT, a car rental company, for renouncing its obligation to fulfill its duties as an insurer.

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October 2018:

The Supreme Court upheld an appeal on a partial certification decision in a class action against Discount Bank, in relation with benefits given in student accounts.

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September 2018:

The District Court partially dismissed an application to certify a class action against Bank Leumi, on behalf of clients against whom the bank has initiated execution and collection proceedings. The applicant appealed the decision.

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An application was filed to certify a class action against Bank Hapoalim, for charging an excessive fee for currency transfer and redemption of securities done in a direct channel.

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The operator of the Carmel Tunnels will compensate owners of large private vehicles who were charged excessive tolls, according to a settlement agreement which is pending approval.

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August 2018:

An application was filed to certify a class action against Bank Leumi, for charging excessive fees for depositing a post-dated check.

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The Supreme Court dismissed an appeal on a decision to partially certify an class action application, on behalf of purchasers of bonds of Boulus Gad Tourism and Hotels.

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The District Court dismissed an application to certify a class action against the Israel State Lottery, for breaching its operating permit and unlawfully exploiting the gamblers.

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Bezeq, Israel's largest telecommunications company, will compensate its clients for breaching its duty to conduct a daily update of the database used by its call center, according to a settlement agreement which is pending approval.

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An application was filed to certify a class action against four banks, for charging a direct channel fee for purchases made using payment cards which were charged immediately.

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July 2018:

The District Court certified a class action against Netvision, a telecommunication company, for unlawfully charging the company`s clients with collection costs.

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An application to certify a derivative action on behalf of Intercolony Investment and its subsidiaries was dismissed. The applicant appealed the decision.

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The operators of the Carmel Tunnels will compensate drivers who were charged unlawful collection costs, according to a settlement agreement which is pending approval.

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June 2018:

An application to certify a class action against Bank Leumi was dismissed.

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May 2018:

An application was filed to certify a class action against four hospitals, in relation with segregation in maternity wards.

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An application to certify a class action against Verifone Systems for securities fraud was dismissed.

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An application was filed to certify a class action against PayPal, for overcharging clients who carried out transactions in NIS.

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An application was filed to certify a class action against Bank Hapoalim and Bank Leumi, for charging excessive fees for depositing a post-dated check using an automatic machine.

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April 2018:

The District Court certified a class action against Bezeq, Israel's largest telecommunications company, for unlawfully charging the company`s clients with collection costs.

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March 2018:

Bank Yahav will compensate individuals and small businesses who were charged fees exceeding the amount charged for medium and large corporations, according to a settlement which was approved by the District Court.

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An application was filed to certify a class action against Bank Hapoalim, in relation with salaries transfer fees.

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Management members of Israel Corporation Ltd. will pay the company a sum of NIS 45 million, according to a settlement agreement in a derivative action which was approved by the District Court.

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February 2018:

The First International Bank of Israel will compensate individuals and small businesses who were charged fees exceeding the amount charged for medium and large corporations, according to a settlement which was approved by the District Court.

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January 2018:

Bank Yahav will compensate individuals and small businesses who were charged fees exceeding the amount charged for medium and large corporations, according to a settlement which is pending approval by the District Court.

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December 2017:

Purchasers of Ace Auto Depot bonds will receive NIS 4.2 million as compensation, according to a settlement which was approved.

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An application was filed to certify a class action against Discount Bank and the First International Bank of Israel, for breaching of the Guarantee Law.

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An application was filed to certify a class action against the Israel State Lottery, for breaching its operating permit and regulations.

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The District Court certified a class action against Cellcom, for unlawful collection of fees.

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October 2017:

The First International Bank of Israel will compensate individuals and small businesses who were charged fees exceeding the amount charged for medium and large corporations, according to a settlement which is pending approval by the District Court.

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September 2017:

Inverstors of Landmark Group will receive NIS 22 million as compensation, according to a settlement which was approved by the District Court.

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The District Court certified a class action against Bezeq, Israel's largest telecommunications company, for breach its duty to conduct a daily update of the database used by its call center.

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Bank Hapoalim will compensate its clients, according to a settlement which is pending approval by the District Court.

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August 2017:

Purchasers of Ace Auto Depot bonds will receive NIS 4.2 million as compensation, according to a settlement which is pending approval by the District Court.

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July 2017:

An application was filed to certify a class action against Ayalon Insurance, for unlawful deduction of insurance compensation in cases of car accidents which occurred at a road junction.

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An application was filed to certify a class action against the operators of the Carmel Tunnels, for charging excessive tolls from owners of large private vehicles.

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An extended panel of justices of the Supreme Court upheld an appeal against three mobile carriers, filed by the claimants, in relation with unlawful Value Added Tax, for services rendered to clients while they were outside of Israel.

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June 2017:

An application was filed to certify a class action against Bank Hapoalim, in relation with construction projects financing fees.

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Bank Hapoalim will compensate its clients, according to a settlement which was approved by the District Court.

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May 2017:

The Supreme Court certified a class action against Delek Group and others, for violation of the duty to carry out a tender offer, in the purchase of the controlling shares of Cohen Development.

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April 2017:

An application was filed to approve a settlement in a class action on behalf of investors in Landmark Group.

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The District Court certified a derivative action on behalf of Israel Corporation, in relation with a bonus paid by the controlling shareholders to four senior management members.

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An application was filed to certify a class action against Bank Hapoalim, in relation with currency conversion fees.

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March 2017:

An application was filed to certify a class action against Bank Leumi, for charging securities deposit management fees, with regard to securities which had been unlisted from the stock exchange.

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An application was filed to certify a class action against Perrigo and its auditors, for including misleading statements in financial reports.

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February 2017:

Four insurance companies agreed to take certain actions, in order to secure that insured persons for whom the companies hold funds, will be informed of such holding, according to a class action settlement approved by the District Court.

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January 2017:

An application was filed to certify a class action against Bank Leumi, for charging fees for forced currency conversions.

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An application was filed to certify a class action against IDI Insurance Company, for breach of vehicle insurance policies.

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The Supreme Court vacated a decision certifying a class action against Cellcom and ordered that the case will return to the District Court for further inquiry.

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An application was filed to certify a class action against the operators of the Carmel Tunnels, for charging unlawful collection costs.

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An application was filed to certify a class action against the Israel State Lottery, for breaching its operating permit and unlawfully exploiting the gamblers.

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December 2016:

An application was filed to certify a class action against the operators of the Trans-Israel Highway (Road 6), for charging unlawful collection costs.

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November 2016:

An application was filed to approve a settlement in two class actions against Bank Mizrachi Tefahot and Bank Hapoalim.

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An application was filed to approve a settlement in two class actions against Bank Hapoalim.

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An application was filed to certify a class action against Bitan Wines, a major Israeli retail chain, for charging sums exceeding prices labeled on the products.

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An application was filed to certify a class action against Petah Tikva Burial Services and its managers, for segregating the burial plots of deceased persons born in the former Soviet Union.

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The District Court certified a class action against Discount Bank, for depriving holders of student accounts of benefits they are entitled to.

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September 2016:

An application to certify a class action against the directors and controlling shareholders of Scailex Corporation Ltd. was dismissed.

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August 2016:

An application was filed to certify a class action against Bezeq, Israel's largest telecommunications company, for unlawfully charging the company`s clients with collection costs.

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Isracard, a major Israeli credit card company, shall repay its customers a commission it charged for the purchase of foreign currency, according to a class action settlement approved by the District Court.

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An application was filed to certify a class action against Bank Hapoalim, for charging of fees for services that do not appear in the Full Tarriff.

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The District Court certified a class action against Cellcom, for unlawful collection of fees.

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March 2016:

 

The District Court appointed a substitute lead plaintiff in a class action on behalf of purchasers of bonds of Boulus Gad Tourism and Hotels.

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An application was filed to approve a settlement in a class action against Isracard, a major Israeli credit card company.

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An application was filed to certify a class action against the phone carriers Partner and Cellcom, for unlawfully charging clients who rejected calls while being abroad.

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An application to certify a class action against the Israeli Electricity Company was dismissed.

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An appeal on an award in a class action against three insurance companies was withdrawn.

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February 2016:

 

An application was filed to approve a settlement in a class action brought by the Israeli Consumers Council against four insurance companies.

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An application was filed to certify a class action against Bank Hapoalim, for unlawfully charging of postal saving service fees.

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January 2016:

 

An application was filed to certify a class action, on behalf of importers and exporters against 15 shipping agents, for charging commisions which exceed the maximum amounts prescribed by the Ports Regulations.

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