Firm Profile > Goldfarb Seligman & Co. > Tel Aviv , Israel
Goldfarb Seligman & Co. Offices
98 YIGAL ALON STREET
TEL AVIV 67891
Goldfarb Seligman & Co. > The Legal 500 Rankings
Capital markets Tier 1
Goldfarb Seligman & Co. has 'good knowledge of US and Israeli law' and makes 'a great intermediary between foreign clients and the Israeli market'. The team has acted on the issuer and underwriter side in connection with major foreign offerings; Aaron Lampert advised a consortium of international financial institutions on Energean Oil & Gas' IPO on the LSE, while Gabriel Hake has developed expertise in assisting Israeli companies seeking to list on the Australian Securities Exchange (ASX). The department has also become a popular choice among Nasdaq and NYSE-listed companies seeking to list securities on the TASE. In particular, Amir Tzafrir and Adam Klein have extensive experience advising US real estate companies on TASE listings, and have started acting for UK companies, which are increasingly interested in listing securities in Israel. Additionally, the group advises a litany of clients in the insurance, retail and automotive industries - among others - in relation to ongoing capital raising matters. Capital markets department head Nechama Brin is also recommended.
Goldfarb Seligman & Co. has an impressive track record in major tech M&A, and is also involved in market-leading deals in the real estate, energy, and financial services sectors, among others. A key figure in the team is Ido Zemach, who acted for I Squared Capital in relation to its $1.5bn acquisition of IC Power, which owns energy assets in Latin America, Israel and the Caribbean. Additionally, Zemach acted as Israeli counsel to Mitsubishi Tanabe Pharma Corporation in relation to its $1.1bn acquisition of NeuroDerm. Also of note, Dubi Zoltak advised Arison Group on the NIS1.1bn sale of its controlling stake in Shikun & Binui Group to the Saidoff Group. The team has also acted for prominent private equity funds based in Asia and the US. Also recommended are Rami Sofer, Nechama Brin and Ashok Chandrasekhar.
Goldfarb Seligman & Co. is known for representing clients in the financial services and energy sectors in class actions involving consumer protection, securities, environmental claims and fiduciary duties. Hagit Blaiberg, Yehuda Rosenthal and Aaron Michaeli represented S. Shlomo Vehicle and Domicar in a class action that presented substantial financial consequences, but also raised issues concerning the very medium of class actions in Israel. Further, the team is acting for the directors of Ampal-American Israel in relation to a class action demanding the payment of an outstanding NIS2bn bond debt, and is also representing Delek Drilling Limited Partnership in a class action arising from its merger with Avner Oil Exploration. Other clients include Mifal Hapais - Israel National Lottery and Shufersal.
Goldfarb Seligman & Co. has 'extensive experience representing heavyweight clients in international arbitration and mediation'. The firm brings together 'an impressive knowledge of international laws' and a 'strong focus on litigation' to 'achieve the best possible results for its clients'. Key figures in the department include Eli Zohar, Daphna Kapeliuk and Zvi Bar-Nathan, who is 'an outstanding arbitrator with a superb legal mind'; the three regularly handle disputes involving multinational infrastructure projects, cross-border service contracts, international trade and shareholder issues, taking place under arbitral rules including LCIA, ICC and UNCITRAL. The team is particularly active in international construction and infrastructure disputes, where it often represents clients in disputes with foreign governments, and is also increasingly involved in disputes between Israeli entities, as international arbitration becomes more attractive to Israeli companies.
Energy and infrastructure Tier 1
Acting for project companies, contractors and financiers, Goldfarb Seligman & Co. has 'extensive knowledge of commercial law and domestic regulations', and also has 'the international relationships needed to draw repeat work in mega infrastructure projects'. In the infrastructure space, Rami Sofer is acting for Ayalon Highways in relation to dozens of planned and ongoing projects. In just two examples, Sofer is advising on the NIS4bn Fast Lanes project aimed at reducing congestion through the use of shuttle transport, and is advising on the NIS3bn Rapid City project, which involves the creation of dedicated public transport routes with the cooperation of 17 different local municipalities. Another key figure in the team is Orit Farkash-Hacohen, who has expertise in commercial, financing and regulatory matters in the energy sector. Farkash-Hacohen advised Triple-R Energy on the sale to the Noy Fund of its shares in a pumped storage project in Kochav Hayarden. Additionally, on the lender side, Farkash-Hacohen advised an underwriting consortium including Morgan Stanley and Citibank on the IPO of Energean Oil & Gas on the LSE. The team is also acting for a major international contractor in relation to one of the country's most high-profile transport infrastructure projects.
Healthcare and life sciences Tier 1
Goldfarb Seligman & Co. fields 'a large, devoted team' with 'highly experienced partners in the field of healthcare and life sciences'. The team handles big-ticket M&A, litigation and a huge range of commercial collaboration and licensing agreements for multinational and growth-stage medical device and pharmaceutical companies. In a standout matter, the team advised EarlySense on several licensing and distributions agreements with companies in the US, including a rights agreements with Option Quant, which has exclusive rights agreements with the University of Chicago. Sharon Gazit, who heads the technology department, advises Elekta on the regulatory aspects of its distribution throughout Israel, and Ido Zemach acted for Syqe Medical in relation to a collaboration agreement with Teva Pharmaceutical Industries concerning an inhaler delivery system for medical cannabis. The firm also has a highly regarded M&A team, which advised Mitsubishi Tanabe Pharma Corporation on its acquisition of NeuroDerm, which was the largest-ever acquisition of an Israeli healthcare company. Other key clients include BrainsGate, NanoCell, and The Israeli Medical Association.
Hi-tech and start-ups Tier 1
Goldfarb Seligman & Co. is well known in the Israeli tech space for its involvement in major cross-border investment and M&A transactions. The corporate and technology department is headed by Sharon Gazit, who has assisted multiple prominent Asian investment firms with inbound transactions involving Israeli growth companies. Additionally, Ashok Chandrasekhar and Adam Klein acted for Marlin Equity Partners in relation to its acquisition of Israeli cybersecurity company TopSpin Security. Chandrasekhar is also assisting an international technology company with an acquisition in the cloud technology space. Another key figure in the corporate team is Aaron Lampert, who advised Plarium Global, a leading Israeli social gaming developer, on its $500m acquisition by ASX100-listed Aristocrat Leisure. Also of note, Dubi Zoltak is assisting a multinational with the establishment of an innovation centre. In addition to the firm's impressive transactional work, Gazit and Chandrasekhar provide ongoing advice to dozens of start-up companies in various stages of development.
Leveraging formidable strengths in hi-tech, corporate investment transactions and M&A, Goldfarb Seligman & Co. regularly advises venture capital, real estate, private equity and other funds on formation, fundraising and ensuing investment transactions. The team is particularly active in real estate funds, where recent work has included Ido Gonen acting for Menivim - The New REIT in relation to its establishment, fundraising and investment work. Further, the team has experience structuring hedge funds, funds of funds, and secondary funds, and also recently advised a group of major Israeli institutional investors on their investment into an infrastructure fund. In the hi-tech space, the firm advises venture capital investors on the full spectrum of activity from initial fund formation to portfolio investments. Ashok Chandrasekhar and Rami Sofer are regularly involved in investment work for private equity and venture capital funds, and Dubi Zoltak has particular expertise in international real estate investment mandates, particularly those with US aspects.
Planning and zoning Tier 1
With strengths in contentious and non-contentious planning matters and municipal taxation, Goldfarb Seligman & Co. is involved in planning and development mandates across a range of sectors, including energy, telecoms, urban renewals and transportation, among others. In a standout matter, joint practice heads Orna Verhovsky and Sagiv Hanin are advising Bayside Land Corporation on the the planning and licensing procedures associated with the Tozeret Ha'aretz commercial development at the Azrieli Junction in Tel Aviv. Additionally, Verhovsky and Hanin are advising Ayalon Highways, Cross Israel Highway, and NTA - Metropolitan Mass Transit System on the planning aspects of billions of shekels of transportation projects, and also represent the clients in planning disputes and expropriation matters. The team also acts for a number of Israel's largest retailers, including Shufershal, which the group represents in municipal taxation proceedings in over 95 different municipalities. In the urban renewal space, the department handles the planning aspects of numerous projects for Neve Gad, Electra Real Estate and Zemach Hammerman. Other key clients include Cellcom Israel and Dor Chemicals.
Real estate and construction Tier 1
Goldfarb Seligman & Co.'s position in the market was further strengthened by its absorption of a large real estate team from Berkman Wechsler Bloom & Co, which included Ari Wechsler. Weschsler is acting for a joint venture comprising Canada Israel Group and BSR Group in relation to the development of a 50-storey luxury tower in the Park Tzameret area in Tel Aviv. The new team joined an already strong practice group, which is jointly headed by Avi Arad and Levy Amitay. Amitay and Arad are advising Neve Gad on a litany of residential development projects with an aggregate value of over NIS5bn. The duo is also acting for Bayside Land Corporation in relation to a number of land, property and lease transactions, and has handled high-value investment mandates and large-scale land promotion matters for Azrieli Group. Additionally, the team is instructed by the third REIT fund in Israel, Menivim - The New REIT, and handles ongoing property matters, including corporate lease transactions, for some of the most widely recognised multinationals operating in Israel.
Real estate: urban renewal Tier 1
Goldfarb Seligman & Co. has 'extensive experience in all practice areas relevant to urban renewal projects' and has 'a deep understanding of the positions and goals of each party in a project negotiation'. A key figure in the team is Avi Arad, 'an exceptional lawyer with a wealth of experience in closing difficult deals'. Arad is acting for Neve Gad and NSA Renewal and Construction in relation to the tenant and planning approvals for the construction of 800 housing units in Rishon LeZion; he is also acting for the apartment owners in relation to a NIS8bn evacuate-rebuild project in Tel Aviv. Arad jointly heads the department with Levy Amitay; the duo is advising the developers on the planning and tenant approval process for the construction of 1,500 residential units in a large-scale evacuate-rebuild project in Tel Aviv. Also recommended is Gabi Drucker, who is acting for Gabay Group in relation to a 770-unit evacuate-rebuild project in Bat Yam.
Tax Tier 1
Goldfarb Seligman & Co.'s 'knowledge of Israeli and US tax laws is invaluable' for the department's corporate and high-net-worth client base and its 'most familiar relationships with the tax authorities' allow for 'a level of transparency in an otherwise overwhelming regulatory regime'. Given the firm's profile in Israel's M&A market - particularly the tech sector - the tax team has considerable experience handling the cross-border aspects of global multibillion-dollar corporate transactions, but also provides ongoing advice on disclosure, VAT issues, tax assessments, corporate structuring and tax disputes to many of the largest global technology companies operating in Israel. In the contentious space, Tal Atsmon is representing one of the world's largest beverage manufacturers in a tax dispute concerning certain payments with its domestic distributors; this case raises potentially systemic problems involving the taxation of the client's products across the globe. Also recommended is Yaron Sever, who, alongside Atsmon, handles remuneration matters for prominent Israeli corporates and advises individuals with a multi-jurisdictional financial presence on disclosure procedures in Israel.
Banking and finance Tier 2
Goldfarb Seligman & Co. acts for lenders and borrowers in relation to a variety of financing transactions and operational matters in the financial services sector, which often require considerable regulatory expertise. Ariel Rosenberg heads the banking department and has advised major international banks on high-value cross-border lending transactions. Further, the team is engaged by domestic banks and major institutional lenders in relation to project and acquisition finance mandates. Rosenberg also assisted a North American bank with the establishment of its operations in Israel. The team has also handled significant M&A and corporate finance mandates for clients in the banking and credit card industries. Also of note, Rosenberg is assisting a number of lenders with an analysis of factoring agreements following a Supreme Court decision. Rami Sofer and Dubi Zoltak are additional contacts in the team.
Competition/antitrust Tier 2
With particular strengths in merger control and complex regulatory issues, Goldfarb Seligman & Co.'s antitrust department has been involved in many of the market's largest deals, especially within heavily regulated sectors such as banking and telecoms. The department is led by Boaz Golan, who is hailed as 'one of Israel's most knowledgeable antitrust lawyers'. In addition to handling merger filings for a litany of M&A transactions, many of which are valued at well over $1bn, Golan provides ongoing antitrust advice to Hot Group in connection with its service infrastructure joint venture with Partner Communications Company. Further, the team has represented clients in the financial services and retail sectors in various proceedings before the IAA, and is also involved in a follow-on class action arising from the international Libor scandal.
The team at Goldfarb Seligman & Co. has recognised strengths in corruption and white-collar litigation and is engaged by market-leading tech, defence, and financial services companies in relation to especially sensitive disputes ranging from tax to investment management to libel. Additionally, Aaron Michaeli is acting for a group of directors of Discount Investment Corporation in a highly publicised derivative claim regarding the acquisition and subsequent sale of Maariv Holdings, and Eli Zohar has been instructed by prominent public individuals and government figures in relation to high-profile corruption allegations. Other key figures include Zvi Bar-Nathan and Yoav Fruchtman, who have represented Shapir Civil and Marine Engineering in a wide variety of claims against various project initiators and municipalities. Also recommended are Hagit Blaiberg and Moshe Mazor, who heads the firm's white collar and administrative litigation group.
Employment Tier 2
Goldfarb Seligman & Co.'s multidisciplinary labour and employment practice is 'very professional, very experienced and very responsive'. The team supports the firm's busy M&A group, which regularly handles high-value and often cross-border M&A and investment transactions involving large corporations with huge employee counts. In a recent matter, Revital Shprung-Levy advised Mitsubishi Tanabe Pharma on all the employee due diligence in relation to its acquisition of NeuroDerm, and also handled the subsequent drafting of new employee and incentive agreements. In the contentious space, the team is representing Dalia Power Energies and the Forum of Natural Gas Powered Independent Power Producers, on behalf of the external suppliers of the Israel Electric Corporation (IEC), in a widely publicised dispute with the IEC's workers' union, the National Secretariat of the Israel Electric Corporation Workers. The practice is jointly headed by Ofer Ravid and Orit Zilony-Klinman, who provide the full range of labour and employment advice to well-known international financial institutions, market-leading technology companies, a multinational media group, and a host of domestic employers.
Insurance Tier 2
Goldfarb Seligman & Co. advises domestic insurers on a range of commercial issues and acts for insured companies in litigation concerning insured incidents. The group is also familiar with insurance sector regulations and assisted Libra Insurance Company with the approval process for its establishment as a new insurance company, making it the first-ever Israeli online insurance company and the first general independent insurance company to be established in Israel since 2008. Rami Sofer and Dubi Zoltak are key figures in the team, which provides comprehensive commercial and litigation advice to domestic and international insurers such as AIG, The Phoenix Insurance Company, and Harel Insurance Company.
Goldfarb Seligman & Co. has strengths in M&A and investment transactions, particularly in the hi-tech sector, where the IP practice group has handled international licensing and collaboration agreements for clients in the life sciences and software industries, among others. Practice head Sharon Aloni handles all commercial IP matters for Celeno Communications, which has included multi-layer in-licensing and out-licensing transactions with well-known names in the semiconductor industry, such as Cisco Systems, Huawei and Comcast. Another key contact is Sharon Gazit, who heads the corporate and technology department; Gazit recently advised EarlySense on an in-licensing deal with US-based Option Quant, and has also assisted the client with development and service agreements with Samsung and Philips. Further, in support of the firm's corporate activity, the team has been involved in the IP aspects of some of Israel's very largest M&A transactions.
Telecoms and media Tier 3
Goldfarb Seligman & Co. has been engaged by telecoms operators, media groups and other corporates in relation to IP licensing, M&A and capital markets transactions. Having advised Hot Mobile on the establishment of PHI Networks - a joint venture formed by Hot Mobile and Partner Telecommunications - the team was retained by PHI Networks to handle day-to-day operation matters and antitrust issues. The team also advises a multinational media group on a range of commercial matters associated with its Israeli operations. Ashok Chandrasekhar heads the international corporate and securities department, and Boaz Golan heads the antitrust group.
Transport Tier 3
Goldfarb Seligman & Co. acts for domestic and international airlines in commercial and civil litigation, commercial transactions, and day-to-day operational mandates. In the contentious space, Zvi Bar-Nathan is representing multiple international air carriers in a claim and counter-claim regarding the companies' policy on remuneration for travel agents that sell tickets for the airlines. The team has also advised an aircraft manufacturer on a supply agreement with the Israeli government.
Goldfarb Seligman & Co. > Firm Profile
The firm: Goldfarb Seligman & Co., one of Israel’s largest law firms, is among the elite group of firms that deliver top-tier legal services at international standards. The professional hallmark of the firm, which traces its history back over 80 years, is the unrelenting pursuit of the highest professional and ethical standards in the service of its clients. The firm’s attorneys provide clients with a wide spectrum of sophisticated legal services which are tailored to each client’s specific needs, together with the global connections that a large international law firm can offer.
The firm combines expertise in the Israeli legal system and business context with an extensive international background. In addition to professional training and experience in Israel, a number of partners and associates have foreign legal education and practice experience and others have had substantial exposure to the legal and commercial scene in the US, Asia, Western Europe, Australia and other countries. The firm recruits and employs the leading attorneys in each of its various practice areas. The calibre, breadth and depth of the outstanding professionals at Goldfarb Seligman help to make it the firm of choice for the most discerning clients, both in Israel and overseas. The firm serves domestic and foreign clients from all business sectors, including some of Israel’s largest corporations and some of the world’s leading international companies.
Goldfarb Seligman has consistently been ranked among the leading law firms in Israel in various practice areas by international and local ratings.
Areas of practice: Capital markets and public offerings: Goldfarb Seligman has Israel’s leading capital markets and public offerings practice. The firm provides ongoing securities law advice to dozens of public companies and represents issuers and underwriters in public offerings in Israel, the US, Australia and Europe, particularly on NASDAQ, the NYSE, the LSE, and on the AIM. The firm works closely with foreign underwriters and investment banks, and the firm’s attorneys have unparalleled expertise in complex financial transactions and in the representation of clients before various securities authorities, stock exchanges and other regulatory authorities. The firm’s attorneys are experts in various foreign legal disciplines, and they are thus able to provide extensive knowledge and insight regarding the relevant domestic laws which govern public offerings. In addition, the firm’s vast experience in US securities enables the attorneys to suit Israeli law requirements to US law requirements, or those of other foreign legal jurisdictions.
Mergers and acquisitions; corporate and commercial: Goldfarb Seligman possesses extensive experience and expertise in M&A transactions of public and private companies, as well as stock and asset purchase transactions and all areas of corporate and commercial law. In recent years, the firm has handled the largest and most complex cross-border transactions involving Israeli entities, and had the lead role in numerous international M&A transactions worth tens of billions of dollars. The firm represents leading Israeli companies in international transactions, as well as foreign clients in their Israeli acquisitions, while providing integrated advice on taxation, employment, intellectual property and real estate issues, maintaining continuous contact with government authorities and handling all regulatory aspects.
Commercial, corporate and white-collar litigation: Goldfarb Seligman handles the most complex commercial and white-collar litigation. The firm’s litigation department partners are among the leading trial lawyers in Israel, and represent Israeli and international companies, as well as key business people and senior officials from the public sector. Their legal and business expertise enables the firm’s legal teams to strive to resolve disputes in the shortest amount of time, while utilising the most advanced and creative legal tools. The firm also handles corporate litigation in public companies; class actions; international litigation and arbitration; administrative proceedings; and more.
Real estate, planning and construction: Goldfarb Seligman has one of Israel’s leading real estate departments and handles the most significant transactions in the Israeli real estate market. It advises real estate developers on a broad variety of projects and transactions, including commercial, industrial, office, residential, public housing and hotel projects. The firm provides clients with comprehensive legal services in all stages of the real estate project, including handling the required planning, financing and tax issues.
Tax and executive compensation: the firm’s tax and executive compensation department provides clients with ongoing advice and tax planning, represents clients before the Israel Tax Authority, and also advises on a wide variety of activities, including the taxation of domestic and international transactions; mergers and acquisitions; holding, financing and operation of Israeli and multinational corporations; public and private offerings; tax planning for high-net worth individuals and families, VAT and more. In addition, the department specialises in all aspects of executive compensation, including handling all tax and securities issues and drafting sophisticated stock option and bonus plans.
Hi-tech, venture capital, technology and intellectual property: Goldfarb Seligman has special expertise in capital raising and the activities of venture capital funds, and is involved in dozens of domestic and international venture capital transactions every year, representing both investors and companies. The firm advises early stage companies on financing, intellectual property and strategic relationships with corporations and companies; handles exits, and advises venture capital funds with respect to their various activities. The firm possesses extensive experience regarding agreements for commercialising technologies, and also provides evaluations, drafts licensin g agreements, registers trade-marks, and works closely with patent, copyright and trade-mark offices in Israel and abroad.
Project and infrastructure financing: the firm handles a significant portion of the infrastructure projects in the Israeli market, particularly in the transportation and energy fields. The firm advises public and private entities from the formation stages, through statutory and legislative proceedings, expropriations and tenders, and complex financing procedures.
Banking and finance: Goldfarb Seligman handles a diverse variety of domestic and international financing transactions, and advises on ongoing banking activity as well as activities in the various financial services fields. The firm provides comprehensive legal services relating to complex aspects of banking law, and advises both financial institutions, and leading Israeli concerns. In recent years, the firm has advised on some of the most complex bank financing transactions in the Israeli market and abroad.
Energy and natural resources: Goldfarb Seligman is among the pioneers in the provision of comprehensive legal services in the energy and natural resources field in Israel, and was the first law firm in Israel to provide legal counsel to corporations, investors and entrepreneurs operating in these fields. The legal teams played an active role in the formation of the fields’ regulations, and were pivotal to the various processes which led to major changes in the energy market over the past decade. The firm advises on a wide range of projects, providing legal services from the preliminary stages of project initiation, through development and reaching financial closure, to the commercial operation and ongoing management of the project.
Environmental law: the firm advises clients on the various aspects of environmental law, including statutory proceedings, and assists corporations and companies in the development and implementation of internal environmental plans, and in the voluntary processes for the implementation of sustainable organisational policy. The firm’s attorneys handle due diligence prior to transactions, represent clients in environmental litigation, and represent corporate executives who are obligated through personal liability for environmental violations. The firm advises private and public companies which operate in the energy, infrastructure and real estate fields, as well as financial institutions and technology companies, regarding environmental aspects.
Antitrust and competition: Goldfarb Seligman provides comprehensive strategic advice in the fields of antitrust and competition to both local and international companies, from innovative solutions of specific issues to setting long-term regulatory strategies. The firm regularly represents clients before antitrust tribunals, government entities and courts in various civil and criminal litigation proceedings, and routinely advises on antitrust and competition aspects arising from transactions.
Labour and employment: the firm’s labour and employment law department provides strategic advice for solving complex issues of human resource management. Goldfarb Seligman’s diversified and extensive experience enables it to provide innovative, forward-looking legal counsel, taking into account an array of possible future complex situations related to the human resources field. The firm’s attorneys provide both local and international clients with legal advice relating to M&A transactions, investment transactions, and reorganisations, as well as representation before labour courts, various governmental authorities, disciplinary courts, and in alternative dispute resolution proceedings.
|Mergers and aquisitions||Ashok Chandrasekhar|
|Mergers and aquisitions||Nechama Brin|
|Capital markets||Nechama Brin|
|Capital markets||Amir Tzafrir|
|Capital markets||Gabriel Hake|
|Corporate finance||Yudi Levy|
|Corporate finance||Amir Tzafrir|
|Corporate and commercial||Nechama Brin|
|Corporate and commercial||Sharon Gazit|
|Civil and commercial litigation||Zvi Bar-Nathan|
|Civil and commercial litigation||Hagit Blaiberg|
|Civil and commercial litigation||Aaron Michaeli|
|Real estate, planning and construction||Levy Amitay|
|Real estate, planning and construction||Avi Arad|
|Technology, hi-tech and life sciences||Ashok Chandrasekhar|
|Technology, hi-tech and life sciences||Sharon Gazit|
|Venture capital and private equity||Ashok Chandrasekhar|
|Venture capital and private equity||Michael Heller|
|Banking and finance||Rami Sofer|
|Banking and finance||Ariel Rosenberg|
|Energy, infrastructure and project finance||Amir Tzafrir|
|Energy, infrastructure and project finance||Orit Farkash-Hacohen|
|White-collar litigation||Moshe Mazor|
|Intellectual property||Sharon Gazit|
|Intellectual property||Sharon Aloni|
|Antitrust and competition||Boaz Golan|
|Environment and sustainability||Idit Reiter|
|Corporate and commercial||Dubi Zoltak|
|Venture capital and private equity||Dubi Zoltak|
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|Adv Ashok J. Chandrasekhar||View Profile|
|Adv Dr Daphna Kapeliuk||View Profile|
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|Adv Yehuda (Yudi) Levy||View Profile|
|Adv Adam M. Klein||View Profile|
|Adv Moshe Mazor||View Profile|
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|Adv Gill Nadel||View Profile|
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Staff FiguresNumber of lawyers : 220+ Number of partners : 80+
LanguagesEnglish French German Hebrew Russian
Top Tier Firm Rankings
- Capital markets
- Commercial, corporate and M&A
- Dispute resolution: class actions
- Dispute resolution: mediation and international arbitration
- Energy and infrastructure
- Healthcare and life sciences
- Hi-tech and start-ups
- Investment and venture capital funds
- Planning and zoning
- Real estate and construction
- Real estate: urban renewal