Corruption and bribery – what is the legal framework governing this field in Israel? What is the legal definition of bribery? Which authorities have the authority to investigate and prosecute bribery offenses, and does the Israeli law differentiate between bribery of a public entity and bribery of a private entity?

All the answers to these questions and many more can be found in the unique Q&A’s guide of the prestigious international legal guide The Legal 500 (Legalease), which compares legal practices in different countries in the field of bribery and corruption. The chapter dealing with Israeli law was written by our White Collar Practice Group co-heads, partners Pnina Sheffer Emmanuel and Amit Becher together with associate Yaron Dagan, a member of the practice group.

To read the full guide on the Legal 500 website – click here >>