Restraint Of Trade Agreements Under Israeli Law

Restraint of trade agreements between parties is not generally permitted due to its negative effects on competition. Even where there is no binding agreement; if the effect of a trade agreement is to restrain trade or have a negative effect on competition, then a restrictive agreement can be found to exist.

The following questions have been addressed in this article:

Are there any exemptions under this rule that still promote the interests of competition?
What are the factors that will be considered in granting restrictive agreements?
Are there any methods that can be used to combat these arrangements?


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