Mrs Yael Riemer > FISCHER (FBC & Co.) > Tel Aviv, Israel > Lawyer Profile

TEL AVIV 6492103

Work Department

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 > Intellectual property > Intellectual property: disputes

Co-led by Reuven Behar, the team at FISCHER (FBC & Co.) has expertise across a broad spectrum of industries and handles the whole range of IP matters with a strong focus on patents as well as trade secrets. Behar is an expert litigator in the field, particularly in the life sciences sector. Co-head Yael Riemer represents clients before the Registrar of Patents and Trademarks as well as the Customs Authority. Highly active in the team is also associate Tamara Dreiman.

Israel > Telecoms and media

The client list of FISCHER (FBC & Co.) includes large international technology giants as well as major Israeli household names in the telecoms and media sectors. Yoram Bonen, who is a powerhouse in regulatory matters particularly in the communications, oil, energy and food industries, leads the team; Barak Glickman is also highly active in regulatory work. For commercial matters, Amit Dat is a key contact and also handles transactional issues, and litigator Yael Riemer recently represented Facebook in a matter dealing with privacy claims and class actions. Doron Kol and Omri Rachum-Twaig were both recently promoted to the partnership.

Israel > Dispute resolution: local litigation and arbitration

FISCHER (FBC & Co.) has a strong pedigree for representing prestigious multinational and domestic corporates in proceedings before courts of all instances and regulatory authorities. In addition, it also has an excellent record of successfully resolving disputes through arbitration and mediation. The heavyweight team includes Reuven Behar, who is highly reputed for competition and IP disputes, and various other complex commercial matters. Behar co-heads the practice with Gil Orion; they collectively have over 70 years of dispute resolution experience. Reflective of wider market trends, the team has been increasingly active in disputes involving domestic and international energy companies, infrastructure and construction claims, and cases brought by liquidators and trustees of distressed companies. Elsewhere, the firm is a notable powerhouse for real estate litigation. It also sees a significant amount of work in relation to online platforms and social media; in one mandate, Yael Riemer is leading the advice to TikTok on a claim brought by Amir Hetsroni (a well-known figure in Israel) over the removal of his user account for an alleged violation of the platform’s terms of service and community guidelines. Also notable is that, in 2020, Orion, Riemer and others acted for Facebook at the Tel Aviv District Court (and subsequently at the Supreme Court) in civil claims filed by NSO Technologies’ employees, whose Facebook accounts were disabled; the case raised fundamental questions over privacy laws and rights. Tamar Turjeman-Kedem, Meital Ben-Basat, Oded Revivo and associate Chen Cohen are among other names to note in the team, which was bolstered by the arrivals of Aya Reich – Mina and Liron Usherovich from Amit, Pollak, Matalon & Co. Advocates and Notary in June 2021.