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The New Partnership Audit Rules – WHAT YOU NEED TO KNOW?
The Opt-Out Election can be made annually and must be made on a timely filed tax return.
Israel
10 Jan 2019
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Directors' Liability
A significant precedent was handed down recently by the Israeli Supreme Court on the subject of the judicial audit that should be performed in relation to companies' business resolutions.
Israel
22 Mar 2017
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Update Of The "Proper Management Rules" Of Israeli Charitable Organization (‘Amutah')
The composition of the audit committee requires at least two amutah members and an executive board member is prohibited from serving as an audit committee member.
Israel
14 Feb 2017
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Authentic Thinking In Tasks Requiring Investigative Auditing
An investigative audit, as its name implies, combines two professional elements with essentially different attributes: accounting auditing and investigation.
Israel
13 May 2013
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Overview Of Israel’s R&D Law And Funding By The Office Of The Chief Scientist
This memorandum describes the major provisions under Israel’s Encouragement of Research and Development Law, 1984 (the "R&D Law"), with respect to grants provided by the Office of the Chief Scientist of the Ministry of Industry and Trade (the "OCS"), and certain obligations and restrictions imposed by the R&D Law.
Israel
31 Oct 2011
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The Untapped Power of Liquids in Discrete and Service Industries
Equating "Liquids" with "Process Industries" is a huge logistics mistake – liquids are in fact the lifeblood of Discrete and Service Industries.
Israel
8 Jun 2005
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RFID: "Ready For Industry Deployment" or "Rosy Fantasy In Disguise"?
Judging by the amount of ink, both real and virtual, that has been used to write about RFID you would think it is the most widespread, the most useful, the most all-curing logistics remedy that can be found – the business-technology version of patent medicine.
Israel
13 Dec 2004
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Don’t Use Old Logistics Tools to Build an Advanced Supply Chain
You may think you’re using the right tool for the job when the tool is actually preventing you from doing the job right. Look at American car manufacturers – they used standard slotted screws in all their assembly lines until 1936, when Henry Phillips got Cadillac to use his cross-grooved screw and power screwdriver. Phillips screws and drivers worked better than slotted screws on automated lines – the driver seated better in the groove during screwing and "jumped out" of the groove
Israel
3 Nov 2004
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Ha’aretz: The Health Ministry Is Violating The Priority Rights Of Pharmaceutical Companies
The following is an article expressing the necessity in enacting Data Exclusivity Provisions in Israel. The Article is an interview with Adv. David Gilat and Adv. Eran Bareket published in Ha’aretz daily newspaper on December 21, 2003.
Israel
18 Aug 2004
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