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Talya Solomon

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Antitrust and Competition


Talya Solomon heads the Competition and Antitrust department at HFN. The department has extensive experience representing clients in a whole range of antitrust matters in Israel, including civil and criminal aspects. Talya regularly represents and advises large entities, international and domestic, who act in a wide plethora of markets and sectors in diverse competition issues. Talya has great experience representing her clients before the Israel Antitrust Authority (IAA), the Antitrust Tribunal and the Supreme Court. Talya has extensive experience in all aspects of competition and antitrust law, including complex mergers, monopoly cases, abusive of dominant position issues, cartels, restrictive arrangements, and matters relating to the 'Law for Enhancement of Competition in the Israeli Food Sector and the 'Business Concentration Law'. She also holds unique expertise in complex antitrust litigation, including class actions. Between 1999 and 2004 Talya served in the IAA, inter alia as the Head of Legal – Banking.


Israel Bar 2000


The Hebrew University of Jerusalem, LL.B, Cum Lauda, 1999 The Hebrew University of Jerusalem, B.A. Economics, Cum Lauda,1999 The Hebrew University of Jerusalem, LL.M, 2003



Within: Competition/antitrust

Herzog Fox & Neeman's antitrust department attracts complex antitrust litigation and is adept at handling merger filings for multibillion-dollar deals requiring global coordination. Department head Talya Solomon is jointly representing Deutsche Lufthansa and Swiss International Air Lines in a class action concerning an alleged cartel in the global air cargo industry. The team is also acting for two senior officers of the Ashdod Port in connection with the first-ever administrative fines imposed by the IAA for abuse of monopolistic position. In the merger control space, the team, which includes Iris Achmon, handled IAA negotiations in relation to the merger of The Walt Disney Company and 21st Century Fox, Broadcom Corporation's proposed acquisition of Qualcomm, and Carlyle Group's acquisition of certain business activities of Akzo Nobel. Solomon also represented Arkia Israel Airlines in its opposition to a merger between El Al Israel Airlines and Israir Airlines.

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Israel: Merger Control (3rd edition)

This country-specific Q&A provides an overview to merger control laws and regulations that may occur in  Israel . It will cover jurisdictional thresholds, the substantive test, process, remedies, penalties, appeals as well as the author's view on planned future reforms of the merger control regime. This Q&A is part of the global guide to Merger Control. [Continue Reading]

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