Labor Court rejects Sara Netanyahu appeal on former employees

The National Labor Court rejects Sara Netanyahu’s appeal over its ruling last year that she mistreated a former caretaker and maintenance worker at the Prime Minister’s Residence.

The court says Netanyahu, who was not a party in the case, does not have the right to appeal. Judges order her to pay NIS 6,000 in lawyers’ fees to Menny Naftali and Guy Eliyahu.

The judge says Netanyahu knowingly decided not to become a party in the proceedings and should thus not be allowed to do so as part of an appeal.

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