Advocate Ram Pardes > Naschitz, Brandes, Amir & Co. > Tel Aviv, Israel > Lawyer Profile

Naschitz, Brandes, Amir & Co.
TEL AVIV 6789717
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Work Department

Litigation & Dispute Resolution


Ram Pardes is a partner in the Tel-Aviv office of Naschitz Brandes Amir, specializing in complex and high-stakes legal proceedings. With a wealth of experience in civil litigation, local and international arbitration, class actions, administrative law, insurance law, and political parties law, Ram is well-versed in handling intricate domestic and cross-border disputes, including some of the largest cases currently handled by the firm. Additionally, he frequently provides pro-bono legal counsel to non-profit organizations.

During his time studying law, Ram actively contributed as an editor for the IDC Law Review and served as a teaching assistant to Prof. Amnon Rubinstein. He also played a pivotal role as the coordinator of activities at the Tel-Aviv Labor Court for “Halev,” a non-profit organization dedicated to providing basic legal assistance to low-income individuals and marginalized groups.

Ram’s exceptional legal skills have earned him recognition, as he is ranked as a “Rising Star” and recommended lawyer by Legal 500. Clients describe him as “super brilliant, experienced, and supportive,” noting his strong commercial acumen and quick thinking. They also appreciate his responsiveness, intelligence, and pleasant demeanor, making him a highly regarded legal professional to work with.


Hebrew, English


LL.B. (magna cum laude), The Interdisciplinary Center in Herzliya (2012)
B.A. (magna cum laude), Business Administration (Finance), The Interdisciplinary Center in Herzliya (2012)
Summer School on European Business Law, Center for Business and Corporate Law, Heinrich Heine University Düsseldorf (2011)

Admission: Israel (2013)

Lawyer Rankings

Israel > Dispute resolution > Dispute resolution: mediation and international arbitration

Praised as ‘a beacon in mediation and international arbitration’, Naschitz, Brandes, Amir & Co. is noted for its expertise across the energy and infrastructure, construction, retail and insurance sectors, with demonstrable experience in ICC arbitrations. Yoav Razin, who ‘seamlessly blends vast expertise with a personable demeanour’, leads the team, while Amit Mor acts for domestic banks and insurance companies in mediation proceedings. Other key contacts in the group include Ram Pardes, who ‘melds an all-encompassing understanding of international arbitration with the agility and promptness crucial in mediation processes’, and Orr Amsel.

Israel > Insurance

As one of the few full-service firms with a thriving insurance practice, Naschitz, Brandes, Amir & Co. is well-positioned to advise on corporate support work alongside its core offering in contentious and regulatory insurance. The team is particularly recognised for its record in high-value disputes, where it represents the majority of domestic insurance companies, alongside reinsurers and multinational insurance entities. The department is led jointly by Gil Atar, who steers the tort and insurance litigation practice, and Tamar Kareth, who spearheads the medical malpractice group. Other key contacts include insurance-focused litigator Shay Cohen as well as Ram Pardes, whose practice spans class actions, administrative law and insurance law.

Israel > Dispute resolution > Dispute resolution: local litigation and arbitration

(Next Generation Partners)

Ram PardesNaschitz, Brandes, Amir & Co.

Historically best-known for its contentious insurance work, Naschitz, Brandes, Amir & Co.’s dispute resolution team continues to diversify its service offering and sources assert that its ‘problem-solving prowess shines in high-stakes litigation’. Yoav Razin spearheads the practice and has recently represented domestic and multinational clients in public tenders disputes, construction arbitration and fraud cases, among others. Other key contacts include Yaron RossmanElad Levi, Amit Mor, and talented up-and-coming litigator, Ram Pardes. The department was bolstered by the firm’s recent mergers with Lamay Sider Rahat Tsiddon Fink, Advocates and Notaries, and Shenhav Konforti Rotem & Co., which saw the arrivals of Itzhak Fink and Nir Shuster respectively.