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Gross Law Firm – GKH Offices
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Mrs Tal Danon Shenhav
Adv. Danon Shenhav is head of Gross & Co. Infrastructure practice.
Adv. Danon Shenhav has vast experience providing legal services for complex tenders in local and international infrastructure projects (including BOT, BOO and PFI transactions) and their financing, mainly in the fields of transportation, roads, energy and technological procurement and deployment.
Adv. Danon Shenhav’s background as a corporate lawyer with expertise in hi-tech transactions as well as mergers & acquisitions, and representing both the public and private sector, provides Adv. Danon Shenhav with a unique knowledge to advise on complex competitive procurement processes in accordance with the Israeli tender laws, cross border financing transactions, multinational joint ventures, technological agreements and project finance arrangements.
Among Adv. Danon Shenhav clients are the State of Israel, Ministry of Finance, Ministry of Transportation, Ministry of National Infrastructures, Energy and Water and the Geological Institute of Israel, Procurement Administration, governmental companies, municipalities, and large-scale international corporations and lenders. As part of her practice, Adv. Danon Shenhav has the privilege to represent mega national projects, which are precedential in their field, such as, the Cross Israel Highway Project, the first toll road in Israel, the Red Line LRT, the First LRT Line in Tel Aviv Metropolitan Area and the Real Time Seismic Network with Earthquake Early Warning Compatibility, a unique system and the first of its kind worldwide. Adv. Danon Shenhav has ample experience in commercial negotiations, drafting of legal documents, such as PPP Agreements, Finance Documents, EPC and O&M Agreements, including FIDIC documents.
Adv. Danon Shenhav also provides legal counseling to non-profit organizations.
Prior to joining Gross & Co., Adv. Danon Shenhav was Founder and Managing Partner of Shenhav & Co., practiced law at Weil, Gotshal & Manges in New York in the Corporate and International Trade Departments and served as the General Counsel of the Israeli Economic Mission in New York.
Israel Bar Association, 1991.
Tel Aviv University in collaboration with University of California, Berkeley (LL.M., 2010, cum laude)
Tel Aviv University (LL.B., 1990)
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Gross Law Firm – GKH houses standalone departments handling tenders and infrastructure work, and project finance and energy matters, with both teams frequently working hand-in-hand to provide advice on all stages of infrastructure projects. The firm is equally adept at advising private and public sector clients on all core infrastructure sectors, with recent experience in the transport, energy and water industries. Tender and infrastructure specialist Tal Danon Shenhav has an emphasis on public sector work and frequently advises government entities on infrastructure projects. Yotam Leshem recently joined from Tadmor Levy & Co. and brings to bear strong transactional experience in energy and project finance mandates.
Gross Law Firm – GKH has recently handled a steady stream of energy-related project tenders, with particular activity in the power sector. On the oil and gas front, it advised several companies under the Rapac Energy group on the purchase of natural gas from Energean, worth $2.7bn. Former group head Anat Klein left to establish her own firm, Klein & Co Energy & Infrastructure. Yotam Leshem, who recently joined from Tadmor Levy & Co., now leads the project finance and energy department. Tal Danon Shenhav heads up the tenders and infrastructure practice and specialises in advising the State of Israel on infrastructure projects.
Top Tier Firm Rankings
- Banking and finance
- Healthcare and life sciences
- Intellectual property > Intellectual property: commercial/transactions
- Investment and venture capital funds
- Restructuring and insolvency
- Dispute resolution > Dispute resolution: class actions (including derivative actions)
- Real estate and construction
- Dispute resolution: local litigation and arbitration