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Israel

Insurance
Insurance - ranked: tier 1

Gross, Orad, Schlimoff & Co.

Gross, Orad, Schlimoff & Co. has 'the unique ability to combine top-level legal knowledge and acute commercial considerations', which enables insurers and insureds to obtain 'optimal results in matters from internal operations to liabilities and claims work'. In particular, clients note that Sigal Schlimoff and Orit Amiran-Sinn seem 'deeply familiar with the sector's dynamics' and 'have an impressive understanding of macro trends in the domestic and international insurance and reinsurance market'. Schlimoff also acts as Lloyds of London's representative in Israel and has been identified by a major global insurance company as its 'go-to person for anything touching Israel'. In addition to its impressive client base of global reinsurers, the team also advises four of the five largest insurance companies in Israel on complex insurance litigation and non-contentious issues including the creation of new products. Also recommended are Maya Salomon, Harry Orad and Omer Shalev, the last of whom has expertise in aviation law.

Leading individuals

Harry Orad - Gross, Orad, Schlimoff & Co.

Sigal Schlimoff - Gross, Orad, Schlimoff & Co.

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