Mr Yoram Bonen > FISCHER (FBC & Co.) > Tel Aviv, Israel > Lawyer Profile
FISCHER (FBC & Co.) Offices
146 MENACHEM BEGIN RD.,
TEL AVIV 6492103
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Mr Yoram Bonen
Regulatory; Insolvency & Restructuring; Telecom & Media
Mr. Bonen heads FBC’s Regulatory and Telecom & Media practices. Mr. Bonen’s practice concentrates on work involving regulation of commercial entities in a wide range of industries, particularly in communications, energy and aviation. Mr. Bonen has worked with some of the largest companies in the most important reforms in recent years, in matters such as changing regulatory market conditions, legislative amendments, price supervision, various matters before the government and the Israeli Parliament, appeals to the High Court and administrative appeals, and transactions involving complex regulatory concerns.
Prior to joining FBC in 2000, Mr. Bonen served as an assistant to the State Attorney General.
Israel Bar Association, 1997
Tel Aviv University (LL.B), 1997
Lawyer Rankings(Leading individuals)
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.
Top Tier Firm Rankings
- Banking and finance
- Capital markets
- Commercial, corporate and M&A
- Dispute resolution > Dispute resolution: class actions (including derivative actions)
- Dispute resolution: local litigation and arbitration
- Dispute resolution > Dispute resolution: white-collar crime, investigation and fraud
- Real estate and construction
- Restructuring and insolvency
- Telecoms and media