Adv Ronald Lehmann > FISCHER (FBC & Co.) > Tel Aviv, Israel > Lawyer Profile

TEL AVIV 6492103

Work Department

Mergers & Acquisitions; Capital Markets; Hi-Tech, Technology & Venture Capital; Private Equity; Private Asset Management; Class Actions & Derivative Suits; Family & Inheritance Law; Hotels & Tourism; East Asia Desk


FBC – Ronald Lehmann

Mr. Lehmann is a partner in FBC’s Corporate Department, where his practice encompasses a broad range of corporate matters, including private equity and venture capital transactions, public offerings, and mergers and acquisitions, as well as cross-border litigations and arbitrations.

His practice has a strong international focus, which regularly sees him involved in a range of public and private transactions with a cross-border element.

Mr. Lehmann also works closely with FBC’s litigation practice in commercial disputes, arbitrations and settlement negotiations, involving Israeli and non-Israeli parties.


Prior to joining FBC in 1999, Mr. Lehmann served as Special Counsel in the Tax Department of Fried, Frank, Harris, Shriver & Jacobson in New York City. Mr. Lehmann served as a law clerk to the Honorable Patricia M. Wald, US Court of Appeals for the District of Columbia Circuit from 1989 until 1990.


Hebrew, English


Israel Bar Association, 2000 Columbia, 1991 Connecticut, 1990 New York, 1989


Yale University (J.D.), 1989; Oxford University (M. Litt.), 1986;  Yale University (B.A., Summa Cum Laude), 1984

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 > Investment and venture capital funds

FISCHER (FBC & Co.)‘s investment funds practice advises both domestic and international funds and investors including private equity, venture capital and real estate funds on fund structuring and formation. Practice co-head Raz Tepper is the key contact for domestic and cross-border mergers and acquisitions, divestitures, joint ventures and restructuring, while fellow co-head Eran Yaniv emerges as a standout for his unique high-tech expertise. With a focus on cross-border transactions, including litigation and arbitration proceedings, Ronald Lehmann is also noted. Other key names include venture capital funds expert Shmulik Fried and private equity funds specialist Ron Sitton.

Israel > Commercial, corporate and M&A

Another successful year for FISCHER (FBC & Co.)‘s team of corporate and M&A experts confirms the firm’s leading position in the Israeli market, where it continues to advise leading domestic and multinational clients on high-profile transactions, notably on the hi-tech M&A side. Heads of the hi-tech practice Raz Tepper and Eran Yaniv are noted for their unique expertise in technology-related, often cross-border, transactions, while Avraham Well, praised by clients as an ‘excellent dealmaker’, consistently leads major high-profile M&A transactions in the country, most notably the NIS20.73bn acquisition of Tower Semiconductor Ltd. by Intel Corporation in 2022. The team also includes Ronald Lehmann, whose broad practice spans private equity and venture capital transactions, public offerings, M&As, and cross-border litigation and arbitration, and commercial practice head Orit Israeli. Corporate and securities law expert Yoram Shiv and Sharon Klein-Manbar, whose focus is on the hi-tech and life sciences sectors, are also recommended.