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Hamburger Evron & Co. Law Offices & Notaries
MUSEUM TOWER
4 BERKOWITZ STREET
TEL AVIV 6423806
Israel

Work Department

Adv. Haim Waintrob is a senior partner at Hamburger Evron & Co., head of the firm's administrative law, real estate, planning & zoning and litigation departments.

Career

Haim provides counseling throughout all stages of real estate projects and transactions, with an emphasis on planning & zoning practice, including thorough acquaintance with the planning & zoning authorities and representation in all Israeli instances. The legal counseling provided on the planning stages includes, among others, analysis and commentary of various types of urban building plan. Haim provide these legal services for more than two decades to prominent Israeli real estate companies.

Languages

Hebrew & English.

Memberships

Israel Bar Association.

Education

LL.B (Summa cum laude), The Hebrew University Of Jerusalem, 1986.

Lawyer Rankings

Israel > Planning and zoning

(Leading individuals)

Haim WaintrobHamburger Evron & Co. Law Offices & Notaries

Hamburger Evron & Co. Law Offices & Notaries‘ ‘quick, experienced and resourceful‘ team handles work across the field, with particular expertise in national master plans and TAMA 38 national outline plans. The group also represents clients, including individuals and corporations, in all types of disputes and negotiations regarding planning and zoning, spanning commercial and civil law, criminal law and administrative law. Haim Waintrob provides full service advise to developers and construction companies, which includes city building plans, plan approval proceedings and administrative appeals. Ronen Yardeni is advising Shikun & Binui Real Estate Development on a project to build a neighbourhood comprising 6,000 residential units in Kiryat Ata with an approximate value of NIS5bn. Miriam Donin-Shoob has experience advising local governments and tax authorities on real estate transactions, including planning and zoning matters.