Mr Eyal Roy Sage > AYR – Amar Reiter Jeanne Shochatovitch & Co > Bnei Brak, Israel > Lawyer Profile

AYR – Amar Reiter Jeanne Shochatovitch & Co
BNEI BRAK 5120261
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Work Department

IP/IT, media and telecoms, antitrust/competition.


Eyal Roy Sage is one of the firm’s founding partners and heads our Law and Technology Department, which concentrates in data protection and security, telecommunications and media, intellectual property and competition law.

Eyal’s practice concentrates in data protection and security, telecommunications and media, intellectual property and competition. He draws on his technical background to provide practical commercial and regulatory advice, helping bridge the gap between often outdated laws and modern technology.

Eyal’s clients include industry leaders in the technology, banking, insurance, financial services and telecommunications and media sectors. He represents the firm’s clients before the Privacy Protection Authority, other regulators, and parliamentary committees, participates in the defence teams of complex class action lawsuits in the areas of privacy, consumerism, and competition. Eyal regularly advises on Israeli law for foreign companies and is experienced in bilingual handling of litigation cases of foreign companies that are plaintiffs or defendants in Israel.

He has extensive expertise in handling the engagements of broadcasters for the production of content and for licencing the use of musical and audio-visual works on a collective basis.

He lectures, writes articles and provides instruction at conferences, in webinars and in courses on privacy protection and information security.

Eyal was recognized by local and international ranking guides:

  • The LEGAL 500 has recommended his work continuously since 2003, in the fields of intellectual property, high-tech and start-ups, telecom and media; as a leading lawyer on the Israeli law market in the field of telecom and media, he has been awarded the accolade of ‘Leading Individual’.
  • Chambers and Partners has ranked Eyal a leading lawyer in the areas of IT & Data Privacy, Intellectual Property, Telecom and Media.
  • Global Data Review, which ranks the world’s most prominent firms in the fields of Data Privacy, Cyber Security, IP, IT and TMT, has recommended Eyal as a leader in his domain.
  • DUN’S100 and BDi mentioned him as a leading lawyer in his field of expertise.


Attorney at Covington & Burling (Brussels) 1994-1996. Attorney at Ron Gazit, Rotenberg & Co. 1996 – 2000. Partner at Ron Gazit, Rotenberg & Co. 2000-2010. One of the founding partners at AYR – 2010 –


English Hebrew French Dutch German.


Israel Bar Association, 1994.

Licensed to practice in New York, 2002.

Licensed to practice in England, 2005 – non-active.


The Hebrew University, LL.B., 1991.

London School of Economics, LL.M., 1992.


Fluent in Hebrew, English, French, German and Dutch.

Lawyer Rankings

Israel > Telecoms and media

(Leading individuals)

Eyal Roy SageAYR – Amar Reiter Jeanne Shochatovitch & Co

AYR – Amar Reiter Jeanne Shochatovitch & Co’s practice is oriented towards representing telecoms and media clients in regulatory and data protection matters. The group also advises telecoms providers, TV companies, internet services provides and others, on licensing, advertising and corporate issues. Eyal Roy Sage has an emphasis on technology-related work and heads the team with strong support from managing associate Shir Shoshany-Katz; together, they are highlighted as ‘outstanding professionals in the field of privacy and database security’.

Israel > Intellectual property > Intellectual property: commercial/transactions

AYR – Amar Reiter Jeanne Shochatovitch & Co is a go-to choice for multiple Israeli and international companies from the broadcasting and media industries on a variety of competition law and IP-related matters, including licensing agreements, joint research and development ventures. The team is spearheaded by intellectual property and antitrust expert Eyal Roy Sage, who is noted for advising leading technology operators and collective licensing societies on software development contracts, licence agreements and IP rights disputes.