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Advocate Orly Mymon Lewinsky

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M. Firon & Co Advocates and Notaries

Position

Orly Mymon Lewinsky is a partner at M. Firon & Co., focusing on commercial law, with a special emphasis on real estate. Orly is vastly experienced in handling a wide range of real estate projects. Specializing in both commercial and residential real estate, Orly has advised on some of the most prominent projects in the central region of Israel, which were often widely publicized in the financial media. The legal services she renders expand across the entire lifespan of the project, starting with executing the transaction and its related agreements, through financing the purchase and the construction, to handling real estate taxation issues. Orly also practices general commercial law and specializes in advising private medical centers on an ongoing basis, including on regulatory aspects.Orly handles nationwide deployed projects for some of Israel's leading real estate companies, as well as for various commercial companies. Furthermore, she provides comprehensive legal advice to one of the largest medical centers in Israel. Her services are carefully tailored to meet each client's respective needs in an efficient and business-oriented manner.

Languages

Hebrew and English

Member

Israel Bar Association, 2005

Education

LL.B., College of Management Academic Studies, 2004


Israel

Real estate: urban renewal

Within: Real estate: urban renewal

M. Firon & Co Advocates and Notaries has 'strengths in all the legal practices that make an urban renewal project successful'. Led by Dana Biran, the team is 'one of the most experienced and specialised departments in the urban renewal space'. Biran is acting for Ashdar in relation to over 60 TAMA 38 projects and is also advising the client on 20 evacuate-rebuild projects totalling roughly 10,000 residential units. Among the team's new clients is Adam Shuster, which Biran is advising on the eviction process for an evacuate-rebuild project in Revohot for the development of 2,000 new residential units. Also recommended is Orly Mymon, who is advising Binyanir on an evacuate-rebuild project involving the demolition of 150 residential units and the subsequent construction of approximately 350 units. Other contacts include Barak Keinan and Shay Huberman.

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