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Arnon, Tadmor-Levy
132 Menachem Begin Road, Azrieli Center, Tel Aviv 6702101
31 Hillel Street, Jerusalem 9458131
Israel
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Position

Partner, Commercial Litigation

Career

Dror Varsano is a partner in the firm’s litigation department, specializing in complex civil and commercial litigation and class action suits. Dror specializes in entertainment and media law and in telecommunications. Dror has also represented Multinational enterprises in a variety of issues including substantial tax appeals dealing with complex transactions, petitions relating to large-scale public tenders and distributorship disputes.
Dror represented high profile companies, both Israeli and foreign, in various fields of operations, including food industry, fashion industry, software industry, telecommunication and broadcasting entities.

Dror has represented his clients before various instances, including the Supreme Court and district courts, arbitration panels etc.

Dror received his LLB, at Tel Aviv University in 1996. Dror was a member of the Tel-Aviv University Law Review, “Iyunei Mishpat”.
In 2017 Dror also received an MA magna cum laude, from the Evans Program in Mediation and Conflict Resolution at Tel Aviv University.

Dror was admitted to the Israel Bar in 2001.

Prior to joining Arnon, Tadmor-Levy, Dror was a partner in a law firm and later headed his own law firm.

Dror joined the firm as a partner in 2012.

Lawyer Rankings

Israel > Dispute resolution: local litigation and arbitration

Clients point out that the newly merged Arnon, Tadmor-Levy is now able to draw upon ‘many litigators with diverse litigation skills‘. The combined team brings to bear experience across a comprehensive range of commercial, class action, competition, IP and administrative law litigation, among other areas, with the ability to handle cases pertaining to all of Israel’s key business sectors. Among the names to note, Barak Tal is roundly praised as ‘one of the best litigators in Israel‘, while Ruth Loven ‘will fight all the way for her clients‘. Nir Kehat, Dror Varsano and ‘very skilled second chairAssaf Priel are also noted.