de Shalit v. Zippori Center

A family sued a swimming pool’s management for lack of efficient enforcement of a law prohibiting smoking in public spaces. In a small claims procedure, the court found the pool liable for the family's damages because the pool did not place signs prohibiting smoking in accordance with the law, and pool staff refused to order other people at the pool premises to stop smoking.


de Shalit v. Zippori Center, SC 3993-11-13, Jerusalem Magistrate Court (2014)

  • Israel
  • May 11, 2014



  • Liora Ferrero
  • Omer de Shalit

Defendant Zippori Center, Jerusalem Forest Pool

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Type of Litigation

Tobacco Control Topics

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Type of Tobacco Product