Advocate Shira Brik-Haimovich
Advocate Omer Ziv Ashkar
Advocate Yaron Hanin
Particular Expertise – Defamation, Intellectual Property, and Internet Laws
The Firm represents Israel’s most significant and leading media entities and internet sites in defamation proceedings, privacy, intellectual property, and copyright issues. The Firm regularly counsels media entities in the print, broadcast, and online fields. Over its fifty years of service, the Firm has been involved in many landmark decisions in Israeli law, including those that are considered the most trailblazing of Supreme Court decisions, all of which have helped to shape communications law and practice.
As noted, the Firm also specializes in intellectual property laws and represents both defendants and claimants in the various aspects of the field, relating to copyrights, trademarks, trade secrets, franchising, commercial agreements, etc. On a regular basis, the Firm also represents various book publishers and writers.
Over time, the Firm has recorded notable accomplishments in its unique areas of expertise – communications, media, and the internet, and has established its position in these fields. The Firm has handled many breakthrough legal precedents in communications and the media.
The Firm has also achieved outstanding achievements in litigation and has established its leading position in this field. The Firm has been involved in many groundbreaking legal precedents in media and communication laws. The Firm provides legal advice to public and private entities also in the areas of commercial law, franchising and agency agreements, tenders law, and more. The Firm’s advocates have extensive experience in complex commercial litigation in various matters, including injunctions, administrative petitions, arbitrations, and mediation.
The Firm also specializes in class action suits regarding consumer protection law, tort law, labor laws, national health insurance, regulations in the areas of communications and health, and more. The Firm has successfully managed many complex proceedings and has contributed to the formulation of new legal rulings in the area of class actions.
Real Estate Law
Since its inception, the Firm has been active in the real estate field and regularly handles the representation of construction entrepreneurs, contractors, public entities, buyers and sellers, combination agreements, purchase groups, etc. In recent years, the Firm has been extensively involved in representation in respect of TAMA 38 agreements and clearance and reconstruction projects, mainly working with the local tenants.
The Firm is also active in labor law, and specifically restrictions on business, proceedings with the Ministry of Economy, class actions and more. The Firm represents trade unions in collective disputes, inter-organizational disputes, petitions to the High Court of Justice, and employers in collective agreements.
Torts and Insurance Law
The Firm represents insurance companies and private clients in damages and insurance, general (non-life) insurance, medical malpractice, personal accidents, water sports, road accidents, professional negligence, and liability.
The Firm regularly represents Israel’s largest and most senior media groups – newspapers and journalists, publishers, television franchisees, leading internet sites, writers, artists and more. In the commercial field, the Firm represents large corporations in Israel and abroad, building companies, insurance companies, health maintenance funds, public figures and key people in politics and the economy, international companies, start-ups, agents and franchisees. In the class actions field, the Firm’s clients include large conglomerates in healthcare, telecommunications, the internet, newspapers and more, and in the labor law field the Firm represents large workers’ organizations and employers.
Lieblich-Moser was founded in 1962 by the Late Shlomo Lieblich. In 1973, Mibi Moser joined the Firm.
Mibi Moser, Founding Partner – graduate of the Hebrew University of Jerusalem, (LL.B.), graduate of Tulane University of New Orleans, (LL.M.). Also holds a diploma from the International Peace Academy in Austria. Served as Chairman of the Board of the Association for Human Rights in Israel and has lectured on media studies at Bar-Ilan University. During 2004-2014, served as Head of the National Disciplinary Court and as a Member of the National Council of the Israel Bar. Currently serves as representative of the public on the Helsinki Committee, and at Tel-Ha’Shomer Hospital. Specializes in media law and serves as consultant to and representative of Israel’s major media entities.
Tal Lieblich, Senior Partner – graduate of University of Reading, England, (LL.B.), and a member of the Israel Bar Association. Chairperson of the National Committee of Defamation of the Israel Bar, and serves as academic coordinator of the Israel Bar in the area of defamation. During 2008-2012. lectured at Sapir College on defamation laws. Counsels Israel’s major media entities. Prepares marketing agreements with foreign companies, intellectual property, etc.
Tamir Gluck, Senior Partner – graduate of Tel Aviv University, (LL.B.), graduate of University of London, (LL.M.), with specialization in commercial law. Member of the Israel Bar. Counsels media entities, with special expertise in intellectual property, class actions, and commercial litigation. Served as a Member of Inheritance Committee of the Israel Bar.
Paz Moser, Senior Partner – graduate of Tel Aviv University, (LL.B.), and member of the Israel Bar. Counsels for media entities, with expertise in commercial litigation, class actions, trade unions, insurance companies, and employers.
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