Moran Friedman

Senior Associate

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mfriedman@fbclawyers.com

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Moran Friedman works in all areas of labor law – collective labor law and private employment law -and she has special expertise in advising parties on acquisition agreements.

Integral parts of Adv. Friedman's work include advising employers regarding all of their everyday employment matters; labor relations litigation including appearing before various courts and tribunals and before committees of workers' organizations; and the drafting of employment agreements, retirement agreements and termination agreements.

In recent years Adv. Friedman has represented many FBC clients on collective and individual employment law matters in the framework of substantial acquisition transactions that were significant for the Israeli economy. Among other matters, Adv. Friedman represents both buyers and sellers regarding the labor relations consequences of their transactions vis-à-vis employees and workers' organizations; negotiation strategies with workers' organizations in the framework of acquisition transactions, and advising on the appropriate social rights model for employees in such transactions and in transfers of employees to new employers.

In addition, Adv. Friedman specializes in collective bargaining negotiations and litigation, work disputes, strikes and organizational action.

Before Adv. Friedman joined FBC she was a lawyer in the legal department of the Histadrut' s Trade Union division where she represented the Histadrut in major and precedent setting matters which impacted collective labor law in Israel.

Earlier in her career Adv. Friedman worked at a leading boutique labor law firm where she represented clients both from the public and private sectors as well as State authorities.

At the beginning of 2018 the journalist Shuki Shtauber released his book, "The Struggle of the Workers' Organization Committees in the 2000s". Adv. Friedman and Adv. Shay Teken wrote the legal chapter in the book which included a comprehensive review of collective labor law in Israel, including the many changes which this area of law has experienced in recent years.

Adv. Friedman was ranked by the Legal 500 rankings as a "Next Generation" lawyer for the years 2017, 2018, and 2019.

Labor & Employment

Israel, 2005

Bar-Ilan University, LL.B. ,2004

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