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Dispute resolution: class actions
Dispute resolution: class actions - ranked: tier 2

Ronen Adini & Co

Ronen Adini & Co is 'a highly specialised and highly selective' litigation boutique that focuses on representing plaintiffs in high-profile class actions and derivative claims. Led by name partner Ronen Adini, the team 'knows how to spot the good cases' and 'will only bring a case to court after thorough research and analysis'; as one client says, 'the firm's history of success speaks for itself'. Adini successfully represented the lead plaintiff in a NIS2bn class action filed against Bezeq alleging that the company hid from its investors negative information regarding a policy change by the Ministry of Communications. The firm is also active in antitrust-related class actions. Of particular note, Adini is acting for the plaintiffs in a motion for class action against the Israel Airports Authority and James Richardson Company alleging abuse of monopolistic position; the claim is valued at NIS3.5bn. Although many of the firm's largest matters are plaintiff-side cases, the team also acts for defendants. Adini is representing the former CEO of Insuline Medical in a high-value securities class action; the team has already achieved a level of success in this case, having removed from the claim the company's former CFO as an additional defendant.

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Dispute resolution: local litigation and arbitration
Dispute resolution: local litigation and arbitration - ranked: tier 4

Ronen Adini & Co

Ronen Adini & Co has developed a reputation for its involvement in some of the largest and most widely publicised derivative actions in Israel. The boutique is headed by Ronen Adini, whose 'experience and client devotion not only inspires his work, but also inspires his younger colleagues' to meet the same standard of service. Adini represented the plaintiff, a shareholder of Discount Investment Corporation (DIC), in a NIS400m derivative suit against Nochi Danker concerning DIC's acquisition of Maariv Newspaper. Adini is also acting for the public shareholders of Bezeq in relation to a NIS500m derivative claim arising from Bezeq's acquisition of yes. In addition to high-value derivative claims, the team handles white-collar criminal proceedings, and is involved in multi-jurisdictional supply agreement litigation. Clients also single out 'meticulous' associate Neta Levin.

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