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Intellectual Property; Litigation; Class Actions & Derivative Suits


FBC – Yael Riemer

Ms. Riemer is a partner in FBC’s Litigation Department, where she specializes in intellectual property litigation, commercial disputes, and class actions.

Ms. Riemer provides legal counsel to individuals, private companies, and public companies with respect to intellectual property, information technology, and Internet law, including with respect to patents, trademarks, copyrights, trade secrets, privacy protection, and database usage.

Ms. Riemer has a particular expertise in the telecommunications market and entertainment law, and has extensive experience relating to disputes with collective organizations regarding the use of intellectual property.

Ms. Riemer represents clients before various Israeli courts, the Registrar of Patents and Trademarks, and the Customs Authority, as well as in arbitration and mediation proceedings.

Ms. Riemer is a member of the Israel group for the Protection of Intellectual Property (AIPPI).


Hebrew, English


Israel Bar Association, 2008


Tel Aviv University in collaboration with University of California Berkeley Boalt School of Law, The Executive International Masters Program (LL.M., Magna Cum Laude), 2012
Tel Aviv University (LL.B., Magna Cum Laude), 2007

Lawyer Rankings

Israel > Dispute resolution > Dispute resolution: class actions (including derivative actions)

A popular choice to represent major multinational corporations in Israeli class actions, FISCHER (FBC & Co.) is currently handling cases on behalf of Meta Platforms, Google and Intel, among others — it also acts for leading domestic names. Among its practice strong suits, the team is widely recognised for its strength in privacy and data protection issues, as well as product liability, consumer law, financial services and competition. A go-to specialist in class actions, Gil Orion demonstrates ‘excellent verbal and performance skills’; he co-heads the department alongside Orit Malka. The group also draws on international specialist Ronald Lehmann; increasingly active class action partner Tal Wiesengrun; IP litigator Yael Riemer; and capable associate Jana Rabinovich.

Israel > Telecoms and media

Widely recognised as a leader in communications law, FISCHER (FBC & Co.) acts for an impressive roster of domestic and multinational names spanning the telecoms, print media, digital media, and audio-visual sectors. A destination practice for regulatory matters, where it frequently represents clients before regulatory agencies and government bodies, it also advises on transactions and litigation. High-profile telecoms and media expert Yoram Bonen anchors a deep bench that also includes Barak Glickman, who is recommended for his broad regulatory expertise; Doron Kol, who advises media clients on libel law and advertising; Yael Riemer, who specialises in IP-related disputes; Amit Dat, whose practice spans IP and IT-related matters; and technology specialist Omri Rachum-Twaig.

Israel > Intellectual property > Intellectual property: disputes

(Leading individuals)

Yael Riemer FISCHER (FBC & Co.)

A range of technology and media companies, financial institutions, start-ups, and high-tech operators routinely turn to FISCHER (FBC & Co.) for advice on all IP-related disputes, most notably patent infringement and patent litigation. Seasoned IP mediator and litigator Reuven Behar jointly leads the practice with ‘first-class lawyerYael Riemer. Associate and IP litigation specialist Tamara Dreiman is another name to note.

Israel > Dispute resolution > Dispute resolution: local litigation and arbitration

A popular choice for multinational corporations, FISCHER (FBC & Co.)understands international law and cross-cultural differences’. Significantly, it continues to grow its portfolio of international clients and added major names in the technology and energy spheres over the past year. The group also enjoys strong links with leading Israeli companies, financial institutions, and public-sector entities. Widely recognised as a ‘great litigator’, Gil Orion combines strength in commercial litigation, securities law matters and arbitrations; he co-heads the department alongside seasoned expert Reuven Behar. The group also draws on antitrust partner Tamar Turjeman-Kedem; IP co-head Yael Riemer; Tal Wiesengrun, who is a ‘focused and strategic litigator’; and corporate and securities litigation specialists Meital Ben-Basat and Oded Revivo. Senior associate Chen Cohen is also recommended.