Collective Labor Law
Lapidor & Co is one of Israel’s leading law firms in the field of Collective Labor Law. The firm’s attorneys provide regular counsel to a wide range of companies and organizations, stemming from various practices and industries, providing them with legal facilitation in all stages of employment, from the creation of the employment agreement, through advising clients with regard to proper employment, up to assistance in proper termination of employment.
The complex field of Collective Labor Law deals with the delicate relations between employee associations and employer associations, in which the legal representation is geared towards preserving the delicate balance and preventing legal litigation – managing crises outside the courtroom and settling disputes through negotiation and mediation.
Among the firm’s clients are:
- Traded public companies
- Leading factories in the Israeli market
- Nursing companies
- Agricultural companies
- Personnel and nursing agencies
The firm’s proven proficiency in this field allows it to successfully counsel companies and organizations for more than four decades. Within its legal facilitation, the firm provides legal support for all aspects of dealing with collective labor agreements – drafting them, altering agreements, managing negotiations upon signing new agreements and providing continuous legal counsel.
Additionally, the firm manages labor disputes and works tirelessly in order to find solutions to problems caused from or due to labor disputes. The firm’s attorneys have vast experience in appearing before various legal instances, including the Israeli Supreme Court, and over the years have achieved numerous and well known precedents for their clients, some being continuously mentioned in judicial rulings, becoming milestones in the field of Israeli Collective Labor Law.
The firm’s partners utilize their vast experience in this field in order to negotiate with powerful employee associations, while providing great value to both parties of the dispute, reaching beyond the field of Labor Law and contributing to the cooperation between both parties.