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Epstein Rosenblum Maoz (ERM) Offices
Alon Towers, Tower 2, 36th Floor
94 Yigal Alon Street
Tel Aviv, 6789156
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Ms Chen Weiss
Energy & Infrastructure; Corporate & M&A
Chen is a partner in the firm’s energy and infrastructure practice. Chen has acted for leading Israeli and international clients in relation to projects in the energy sector in Israel and abroad and on diversified corporate and commercial matters.
Chen has acted for prominent international and Israeli energy and infrastructure clients, including: N.T.A – Metropolitan Mass Transit System Ltd, Tahal Group Assets BV and Afcon Holdings in additional to international corporation in other sectors such as Ruby Ventures and Barclays Bank.
Epstein Rosenblum Maoz (ERM)‘s infrastructure practice is frequently sought out by international and multinational companies and consortiums for its expertise in cross-border work, including project financing and tenders. Headed by Amnon Epstein, the team also assists Israeli firms in large-scale international tenders and domestic projects. Recently promoted partner Chen Weiss regularly advises Israeli and international companies in energy-related infrastructure projects, while Asaf Rimon is noted for his extensive knowledge of the infrastructure sector.
Epstein Rosenblum Maoz (ERM)’s ‘dedicated and professional’ team specialises in renewable energy initiatives, providing bespoke advice to leading international and Israeli companies. The department has experience in assisting entities in solar energy projects and water desalination systems, as well as representing businesses in public tenders. ‘Leading energy lawyer’ Amnon Epstein regularly acts for lenders, sponsors and EPC contractors in relation to complex energy schemes, while Asaf Rimon is an expert in oil and gas transactions involving various jurisdictions. Chen Weiss is a ‘skillful lawyer’, bringing expertise in agreements for construction and M&A transactions in the energy sector.