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Competition/Antitrust — Israel


Agmon & Co., Rosenberg Hacohen & Co. - Competition/Antitrust Department

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第一等

Chambers Commentary (based on the Chambers research)

Basic facts about the department
- Heads of department: Zvi Agmon and Hilla Peleg
- 3 partners
- 7 other qualified lawyers

What the team is known for Historic practice well known for its outstanding knowledge of antitrust matters. Regularly represents significant local and international companies ranging across various industries such as banking, energy and telecommunications. Has highly sought-after experience in handling high-profile mergers and acquisitions in addition to civil suits and cartel and monopoly related cases.

Strengths Market sources recommend the practice for its strong technical ability and personalised service: "They have demonstrated a combination of highly professional skills, excellent control over the facts and a great understanding of the company's needs in times of crisis."

Observers highlight the team's dedication: "The team showed uncompromising professionalism and great loyalty to the company and its officers."

Work highlights Represented Shufersal in regard to its recent merger with New Pharm before the Israel Antitrust Authority (IAA).

Represented Yad2 in defence of a class action relating to allegations of excessive monopolistic pricing activities.

Significant clients Bank Hapoalim, Cellcom, Isracard, Noble Energy Mediterranean, Pazgaz.

Notable practitioners

Benefiting from over 30 years in the field, the "superb" Zvi Agmon has an excellent record advising notable clients on the full range of antitrust matters. He stands out to peers as "top-notch, a very strong antitrust lawyer," and market observers single him out for his "deep understanding of antitrust matters."

Up-and-coming Hilla Peleg has a solid practice representing her clients in class actions and antitrust litigation, with expertise in both civil and criminal proceedings. Impressed clients describe her as "excellent, professional and serious."

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Fischer Behar Chen Well Orion & Co - Competition/Antitrust Department

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Chambers Commentary (based on the Chambers research)

Basic facts about the department
- Head of department: Tal Eyal-Boger
- 4 partners
- 10 other qualified lawyers

What the team is known for Pre-eminent practice group with a sterling reputation for handling complex and sophisticated antitrust cases. Frequently retained by first-rate domestic and international clients to manage local and cross-border issues. Held in high esteem for its ability to handle the entire spectrum of antitrust mandates, including civil and criminal suits as well as cases revolving around cartels and monopolies.

Strengths Sources are impressed with the firm's work product and client service: "The service is superb. It is not only the team's high level of professionalism that stands out, but also the treatment of the client and responsiveness."

Observers endorse the team for the quality of its lawyers: "I have had the pleasure of working with amazing star-quality lawyers at Fischer Behar over the last few years."

Work highlights Represented Waze Mobile in a claim filed by Fast Lane alleging that Waze abused a monopolistic position by removing Fast Lane from its navigation options.

Acted on behalf of Tnuva in various class actions over allegations of abuse of a dominant position by way of excessive pricing.

Significant clients Bezeq, Colmobil, Delek, Israel Discount Bank, Volvo.

Notable practitioners

"Outstanding" department head Tal Eyal-Boger is held in high regard by peers and clients alike, with one interviewee opining: "She's one of the top antitrust lawyers in Israel. She's excellent, has a great legal mind and is very dedicated." Another source added: "She is a great lawyer and keeps us informed of relevant developments in Israel that may affect our company."

Reuven Behar is a deeply respected figure within the market and is regarded by peers as "very talented" and "an excellent competition lawyer." His antitrust practice is strengthened by his additional talents in dispute resolution.

About the Team (content provided by Fischer Behar Chen Well Orion & Co)

FBC’s leading and largest Competition & Antitrust practice represents companies on the full spectrum of criminal, administrative and civil antitrust matters, including merger control, abusive behavior, restrictive arrangements and regulation of cartels, monopolies and oligopolies and class actions. 

FBC’s team provides ongoing advice on antitrust compliance, and represents multinational and local companies both in commercial transactions, as well as in class actions and complex litigation before civil courts, criminal courts, the Antitrust Tribunal and the Israel Antitrust Authority.

Whether looking to clear a merger, seeking regulatory advice or dealing with cartel-related issues, clients have been confidently instructing FBC’s Competition & Antitrust practice, the largest in Israel, for many years. “They are great, very efficient. They know the matter, always have answers, and provide a very high standard of service,” says Chambers Global, which ranks FBC as Israel’s premier antitrust firm.


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Tadmor & Co. Yuval Levy & Co. - Competition/Antitrust Department

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Chambers Commentary (based on the Chambers research)

Basic facts about the department
- Heads of department: David Tadmor and Shai Bakal
- 5 partners
- 6 other qualified lawyers

What the team is known for Distinguished department well versed in handling the full range of antitrust issues. Acclaimed team with in-depth experience in the competition field including regulatory matters as well as civil and criminal cases. Represents local blue-chip businesses as well as respected international companies in both contentious and non-contentious matters.

Strengths Commentators value the team's effective approach and commitment to clients: "Their approach is to get the work done in the right way. They are very quick to respond and are truly available 24/7."

Appreciative market observers note: "They've gone out of their way to help on numerous occasions. They really are an excellent firm and I would recommend them to anyone."

Work highlights Represented Nespresso Israel in a class action over allegations of abuse of monopolistic position through excessive pricing.

Represented Daimler Trucks, a subsidiary of Daimler AG, in a class action alleging that the prices of the trucks sold in Israel had been altered by exchange of information.

Significant clients Assuta Medical Centers, El Al Israel Airlines, Leumi Card, Osem-Nestle, Siemens.

Notable practitioners

Department co-head Shai Bakal is praised by market observers as "an excellent attorney who is knowledgeable, straightforward and to the point. He's a good person to rely on in a very complex field." He is active in the consumer goods and manufacturing industries.

Co-managing partner David Tadmor has a wealth of experience representing multinational clients in antitrust matters, particularly those relating to mergers and acquisitions. Sources describe him as "a great lawyer," adding that "he knows antitrust very well."

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S Horowitz & Co - Competition/Antitrust Department

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第二等

Chambers Commentary (based on the Chambers research)

Basic facts about the department
- Head of department: Hagai Doron
- 6 partners
- 8 other qualified lawyers

What the team is known for Well-regarded antitrust practice group with a growing roster of well-known global and domestic clients. Has significant experience representing companies in the aviation and energy sectors on a wide array of antitrust matters, including class actions and cartel and monopoly related work.

Strengths One source enthused over the service the group provides: "I am extremely pleased with their work, guidance, professionalism and the results that they provide me as a client. They are very thorough, responsive and knowledgeable, and plan ahead."

Work highlights Represented Teva before the IAA in regard to its USD40 billion merger with Allergan.

Advised GE on the competition aspects of its merger with oil and gas company Baker Hughes.

Significant clients British Airways, International Air Transport Association, Hitachi-LG, Israel Electric Corporation, Peugeot.

Notable practitioners

Head of department Hagai Doron comes highly recommended by sources for being "highly knowledgeable and impressive," and they go on to say that "he is efficient, responsive, and understands the main and important points of each matter that are worth fighting for."

About the Team (content provided by S Horowitz & Co)


The Antitrust and Competition department at S. Horowitz & Co. is one of the first ports of call for many major clients in Israel and abroad. A wealth of experience, hands on and talented lawyers and an enviable book of contacts and relevant professional relationships ensure that the firm is ahead of the pack.

We are pleased that Chambers noted our “esteemed practice providing the full range of services” and that we are “regularly instructed by multinationals to assist with class actions and IAA investigations”.

We advise on the complete range of antitrust and competition advice, including regulatory, cartel-related work, and getting M&A transactions through the approval stage, which is sophisticated work, and also relies on a strong Corporate and M&A department. Prominent examples include our on-going support of Teva Pharmaceuticals’s competition and antitrust matters; advising General Electric  on Israeli merger aspects of its operations, including recent transactions with Alstom, Baker Hughes and ABB; advising Procter & Gamble on various matters; guiding British Airways Plc through a complex class action brought against a number of airlines, facing allegations of price-fixing relating to cargo surcharges; as well as numerous class action proceedings based on cartel allegations.

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Weinstock-Zecler & Co. - Competition/Antitrust Department

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Chambers Commentary (based on the Chambers research)

Basic facts about the department
- Head of department: Niv Zecler

What the team is known for Esteemed full-service antitrust department well known for its significant litigation prowess, particularly in criminal cases. Regularly instructed by major international and national clients across several industries, including energy, food, pharmaceuticals and telecommunications. Frequently represents clients before the IAA.

Strengths Commentators endorse the firm for the quality of its team and service: "They are doing very good work and have solid depth in the team."

Notable practitioners

The "amazing" Niv Zecler is renowned for his knowledge and experience in the antitrust sphere, having served as the legal head of the IAA and chair of the Antitrust Committee of the Israel Bar Association. Market observers sing his praises, describing him as a "true expert" and "one of the best antitrust lawyers in Israel."

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Erdinast, Ben Nathan, Toledano & Co. Advocates - Competition/Antitrust Department

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第三等

Chambers Commentary (based on the Chambers research)

Basic facts about the department
- Heads of department: Michal Rothschild and Giora Erdinast
- 5 partners
- 5 other qualified lawyers

What the team is known for Well-established firm with a noteworthy antitrust practice group. Possesses impressive capabilities in an array of antitrust matters, including civil litigation, mergers and acquisitions and regulatory matters. Has an expanding roster of high-profile clients operating across various industries.

Strengths Interviewees highlight the quality of the firm's lawyers: "The whole team is excellent," going on to add that "the team was highly responsive and demonstrated deep knowledge of the matter."

Sources enthuse over the firm, noting that "the service is bright and knowledgeable. The team is extremely responsive and incredibly astute and insightful."

Work highlights Represented the Maman Group in a hearing before the IAA regarding the issuing of a ruling declaring Maman part of a concentration group.

Assisted Heinemann Corporation with its application to the IAA to submit a joint bid to operate a duty-free store in Ben Gurion Airport.

Significant clients D.B.S. Satellite Services, Eden Springs, Hadera Paper, Israel Aerospace Industries, Nesher.

Notable practitioners

Observers note department co-head Giora Erdinast as "skilful in crafting succinct arguments and tremendous in delivering them whether in court, the IAA or a meeting room," according to impressed observers. His antitrust practice is bolstered by his significant skills in litigation.

Practice co-head Michal Rothschild stands out to clients as "a brilliant lawyer who always gives us very commercial answers and helps us evaluate risks," adding that "her experience dealing with the IAA is a great asset."

About the Team (content provided by Erdinast, Ben Nathan, Toledano & Co. Advocates)

Clients receive comprehensive, commercial and practical advice in merger control issues, monopoly regulation, restrictive arrangements, and the impact of the Anti-Concentration law in Israel. We also advise clients on matters before the Israeli Antitrust Commissioner and the Antitrust Tribunal, as well as in private Antitrust litigation and class actions.
 
Clients confidently approach EBN for our extensive experience, demonstrated by our role in the highest profile mergers in Israel. For example, EBN worked closely with the Israel Antitrust Authority (“IAA”) on the merger between Bezeq The Israeli Telecommunication Corp Ltd. and D.B.S. Satellite Services (1998) Ltd (“yes”), which, valued at NIS 1 billion, is expected to be the largest telecoms matter of 2014 and among the largest mergers in Israel in recent years.
 
In addition to our unparalleled expertise and successful track record in the telecoms sector, our deep energy sector expertise continues to attract a range of clients. Our clients compliment an established roster of longstanding clients, such as yes, Taavura Holdings, Ltd., Eden Springs and El-Al Israel Airlines and others.
 
Our team’s wealth of experience is epitomized by the Head of the department, Michal Rothschild, who has worked at the IAA’s legal department, as well as in the Antitrust group in the New York office of Shearman & Sterling LLP. Michal was recently appointed by the IAA as an Non-Governmental Adviser to the International Competition Network.

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Herzog Fox & Neeman - Competition/Antitrust Department

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Chambers Commentary (based on the Chambers research)

Basic facts about the department
- Head of department: Talya Solomon
- 2 partners
- 7 other qualified lawyers

What the team is known for Accomplished practice covering a wide range of antitrust mandates, including representing clients before the IAA and other authorities as well as in civil and criminal cases. Retained by local and international clients from the finance, technology and transport sectors.

Strengths Interviewees highlight the firm's expertise and ability to navigate the IAA: "HFN's extensive experience, flexible thinking and communication capability with the Antitrust Authority is what stands out."

Sources discuss the team's commercial understanding and out-of-the-box thinking: "They have a great knowledge of antitrust law and really understand the company. They give us creative solutions that answer our company's business needs."

Work highlights Represented the Israel Electric Corporation before the Antitrust Tribunal in an appeal over a ILS13 million fine for alleged breaches of monopoly law.

Represented Davidovitch Bakery in a ILS256 million class action case relating to claims of cartel activity.

Significant clients Apax, Cisco, First International Bank of Israel, HP, Monsanto.

Notable practitioners

Department head Talya Solomon draws from a deep pool of experience to represent clients before the IAA and other tribunals and courts. Sources describe her as "an excellent lawyer," adding that she is "someone who demonstrates broad knowledge in the area of antitrust and understands the business side of things."

Iris Achmon stands out to sources as "very responsive, very quick, confident and someone who gives robust advice." She has notable experience in antitrust matters and worked for the IAA for over ten years.

About the Team (content provided by Herzog Fox & Neeman)

HFN’s Antitrust and Competition Department provides the highest level of service to its clients on all  antitrust matters.

The team's leading figures have years of experience serving in the Israel Antitrust Authority and have maintained and cultivated a strong working relationship with the Authority thereafter. The department has extensive antitrust litigation capabilities, including antitrust class actions, criminal antitrust litigation and appearing before the Israeli Antitrust Tribunal. 

The department advises and represents leading domestic and multinational corporations and is especially known for its international capabilities and its ongoing cooperation with leading international law firms.

The Antitrust and Competition Team advises on a wide range of competition issues, including mergers, monopoly and dominant position issues, cartels and restraints of trade, as well as aspects of the new competition legislation in Israel, including the "Food Law" and the "Concentration Law".

The department represents clients from a wide variety of sectors, including banking, finance and insurance, hi-tech, retail, retail, energy and infrastructure, transportation, agriculture and food, beauty and fashion, chemicals, pharmaceuticals and medical equipment and more.







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M. Firon & Co. - Competition/Antitrust Department

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第三等

Chambers Commentary (based on the Chambers research)

Basic facts about the department
- Heads of department: Mazor Matzkevich and Niv Sever
- 5 partners
- 7 other qualified lawyers

What the team is known for Strong team advising on a wide array of competition matters. Experienced in handling civil and criminal suits as well as cartel and monopoly related work. Regularly instructed by clients hailing from a variety of sectors, particularly technology, pharmaceuticals and financial services.

Strengths Observers endorse the firm for its availability and commitment to clients: "We are very happy with the work they have done; they are very accessible and we always felt like we were first in line."

Sources highlight the group for its "creative thinking, commercial understanding, availability and responsiveness."

Work highlights Represented East Mediterranean Gas in arbitration proceedings and appeals regarding the ICC tribunal award over the repudiation of a contract for the supply of natural gas.

Advised IDB Tourism on the competition considerations involved in the proposed merger of its subsidiary Israir Aviation with El Al.

Significant clients EMC-Dell, GlaxoSmithKline, IBM, Mastercard, Toshiba.

Notable practitioners

Department co-head Mazor Matzkevich is respected by peers and clients alike for her knowledge of the field, with one interviewee opining: "She really knows her stuff." She has notable expertise in criminal antitrust cases and regulatory matters and previously worked for the IAA.

Practice co-head Niv Sever is experienced in handling antitrust matters for clients in the pharmaceutical and defence sectors. Pleased clients describe him as "a superb litigation strategist," adding that "he has a real instinct for what's important and what isn't."

About the Team (content provided by M. Firon & Co.)

M. Firon & Co. has extensive experience in representing leading Israeli and foreign companies in complex transactions and commercial agreements.

Our team has unique expertise in advising clients on oligopolistic markets, and on domestic an international trade and distribution. Our team is proficient in advising on, representing, and obtaining approvals for Israeli and cross-border mergers and acquisitions, as well as in advising monopolies on compliance with the applicable laws and regulations. The firm’s attorneys regularly appear before the Antitrust Authority's Director General, both in pre-ruling hearings and in proceedings for approving commercial transactions. 

We provides our clients with strategic advice on changes in competition legislation. This includes, closely advising trade and distribution clients on implementation of the Law for the Promotion of Competition in the Food Industry, as well as finance and infrastructure clients on implementation of the Law for Promotion of Competition and Reduction in Concentration. Firm’s attorneys assist companies and trade associations in preparation and implementation of compliance programs and policies for enforcing antitrust laws.

M. Firon & Co.’s competition and antitrust clientele comprises large and well-known companies active in a wide variety of industries, among them defense, energy, tourism, pharmaceuticals, logistics, insurance, finance and infrastructure.






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Meitar Liquornik Geva Leshem Tal - Competition/Antitrust Department

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第三等

Chambers Commentary (based on the Chambers research)

Basic facts about the department
- Head of department: Niva Barg Livnat
- 1 partner
- 9 other qualified lawyers

What the team is known for Well-regarded practice group representing clients in contentious matters and providing counsel in the antitrust field. Retained by a host of global and domestic clients, particularly those operating in the technology, transport and energy industries. Has key expertise assisting with mergers, civil suits and representation before the IAA.

Strengths Commentators praise the group and "highlight their availability and responsiveness," adding that "they are very business-oriented and don't just look at it from the legal perspective. They find out what you are looking for and come up with the best answer for your specific situation."

Work highlights Represented Yenot Bitan in hearings before the IAA relating to its intention to impose financial sanctions on the client for alleged violation of the terms of its merger with Mega.

Assisted Avnet with its merger transaction to acquire Premier Farnell including the filing of merger notifications and representing the client before the IAA.

Significant clients Amdocs, El Al, Energean, Man Truck and Bus, Siemens.

Notable practitioners

Head of department Niva Barg Livnat stands out to commentators for her "always timely, very detailed work, clear communication and high-quality legal advice." She has extensive experience acting on antitrust matters and served as a team leader in the IAA.

About the Team (content provided by Meitar Liquornik Geva Leshem Tal)

Meitar regularly advises clients from a variety of industries on matters relating to compliance with antitrust and competition law, including with respect to monopolies, restraints of trade, joint ventures and mergers and acquisitions. We also work with some of the world's largest international law firms on the Israeli antitrust filings for major multinational merger transactions, and on assessing transactions under the Israeli antitrust law.

Our antitrust group is in frequent contact with the teams of the Antitrust Authority and is experienced in finding the creative and suitable answers to competitive concerns. The firm's antitrust attorneys regularly represent companies before the Israeli Antitrust Tribunal regarding, inter alia, appeals over the Antitrust Authority's decisions and requests for the approval of restrictive arrangements. Proceedings before the Antitrust Tribunal, which usually include a review of economic opinions, are unique and include different procedural rules from those applying to regular courts. The firm's antitrust attorneys also appear before Israel's Supreme Court and District Courts on matters relating to trade regulation and competition law. Our antitrust group has wide experience in handling cartel cases and representing clients charged with cartel offences in criminal proceedings.

We regularly advise some of Israel's largest companies, as well as multinational companies with Israeli operations, on antitrust compliance issues.


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  • Other Noted Practitioners

    Golan Kaneti

    (Naschitz, Brandes, Amir & Co)

Eminent Practitioner

Fischer Behar Chen Well Orion & Co

From the Chambers Global guide

Reuven Behar is a deeply respected figure within the market and is regarded by peers as "very talented" and "an excellent competition lawyer." His antitrust practice is strengthened by his additional talents in dispute resolution.

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Eminent Practitioner

Tadmor & Co. Yuval Levy & Co.

From the Chambers Global guide

Co-managing partner David Tadmor has a wealth of experience representing multinational clients in antitrust matters, particularly those relating to mergers and acquisitions. Sources describe him as "a great lawyer," adding that "he knows antitrust very well."

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Agmon & Co., Rosenberg Hacohen & Co.

From the Chambers Global guide

Benefiting from over 30 years in the field, the "superb" Zvi Agmon has an excellent record advising notable clients on the full range of antitrust matters. He stands out to peers as "top-notch, a very strong antitrust lawyer," and market observers single him out for his "deep understanding of antitrust matters."

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Fischer Behar Chen Well Orion & Co

From the Chambers Global guide

"Outstanding" department head Tal Eyal-Boger is held in high regard by peers and clients alike, with one interviewee opining: "She's one of the top antitrust lawyers in Israel. She's excellent, has a great legal mind and is very dedicated." Another source added: "She is a great lawyer and keeps us informed of relevant developments in Israel that may affect our company."

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Weinstock-Zecler & Co.

From the Chambers Global guide

The "amazing" Niv Zecler is renowned for his knowledge and experience in the antitrust sphere, having served as the legal head of the IAA and chair of the Antitrust Committee of the Israel Bar Association. Market observers sing his praises, describing him as a "true expert" and "one of the best antitrust lawyers in Israel."

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Band 2

Tadmor & Co. Yuval Levy & Co.

From the Chambers Global guide

Department co-head Shai Bakal is praised by market observers as "an excellent attorney who is knowledgeable, straightforward and to the point. He's a good person to rely on in a very complex field." He is active in the consumer goods and manufacturing industries.

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Band 2

S Horowitz & Co

From the Chambers Global guide

Head of department Hagai Doron comes highly recommended by sources for being "highly knowledgeable and impressive," and they go on to say that "he is efficient, responsive, and understands the main and important points of each matter that are worth fighting for."

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Band 2

Goldfarb Seligman & Co Law Offices

From the Chambers Global guide

Department head Boaz Golan of Goldfarb Seligman & Co Law Offices is well versed in all aspects of antitrust law, from mergers and regulatory matters to civil and criminal suits. He is held in high esteem by his peers, who describe him as "one of the leading experts in antitrust in Israel."

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Band 2

Eshel, Ashlagi, Rozent - Law Offices

From the Chambers Global guide

Practice head Gal Rozent of Eshel, Ashlagi, Rozent - Law Offices stands out to clients as an "excellent antitrust attorney who provides cutting-edge service, is dedicated and highly motivated and gets straight to the point." He has considerable expertise in the full spectrum of antitrust mandates.

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Herzog Fox & Neeman

From the Chambers Global guide

Department head Talya Solomon draws from a deep pool of experience to represent clients before the IAA and other tribunals and courts. Sources describe her as "an excellent lawyer," adding that she is "someone who demonstrates broad knowledge in the area of antitrust and understands the business side of things."

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Band 3

Yigal Arnon & Co

From the Chambers Global guide

Head of department Ronit Amir-Yaniv of Yigal Arnon & Co has recognised knowledge in advising on complex antitrust mandates. Impressed interviewees declare that "she knows the field and the details and does a wonderful job."

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Band 3

Amit, Pollak, Matalon & Co

From the Chambers Global guide

Head of department Ravit Arbel of Amit, Pollak, Matalon & Co has notable experience in the antitrust sphere, particularly acting for clients in the food sector. Observers extol her abilities, claiming that "she knows a lot about antitrust, does good work and knows the practice well."

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Band 3

Erdinast, Ben Nathan, Toledano & Co. Advocates

From the Chambers Global guide

Observers note department co-head Giora Erdinast as "skilful in crafting succinct arguments and tremendous in delivering them whether in court, the IAA or a meeting room," according to impressed observers. His antitrust practice is bolstered by his significant skills in litigation.

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M. Firon & Co.

From the Chambers Global guide

Department co-head Mazor Matzkevich is respected by peers and clients alike for her knowledge of the field, with one interviewee opining: "She really knows her stuff." She has notable expertise in criminal antitrust cases and regulatory matters and previously worked for the IAA.

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M. Firon & Co.

From the Chambers Global guide

Practice co-head Niv Sever is experienced in handling antitrust matters for clients in the pharmaceutical and defence sectors. Pleased clients describe him as "a superb litigation strategist," adding that "he has a real instinct for what's important and what isn't."

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Band 4

Lapidot, Melchior, Abramovich & Co

From the Chambers Global guide

Ziv Abramovich of Lapidot, Melchior, Abramovich & Co has strong experience acting on antitrust matters and worked in the IAA for five years. Market sources recognise him as "a name we all know" and note his contentious and non-contentious practice.

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Gross, Kleinhendler, Hodak, Halevy, Greenberg & Co

From the Chambers Global guide

Tamar Ben-David of Gross, Kleinhendler, Hodak, Halevy, Greenberg & Co has a wealth of experience advising clients on a broad scope of antitrust matters. She is highly regarded by market commentators as "incredibly knowledgeable."

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Amit, Pollak, Matalon & Co

From the Chambers Global guide

Managing partner Eldad Koresh of Amit, Pollak, Matalon & Co has a deep understanding of antitrust matters stemming from years of experience in the field. He is recognised for his knowledge of the food sector in particular.

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Yossi Levy & Co.

From the Chambers Global guide

Clients are full of praise for managing partner Joseph Levy of Yossi Levy & Co, remarking: "He's a very inspirational leader and a very good lawyer," and adding: "He's very successful and we've been very pleased with his work."

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Meridor Law Office

From the Chambers Global guide

Mattan Meridor of Meridor Law Office is viewed by sources as a "very knowledgeable and bright lawyer." He represents a diverse range of significant clients and is highlighted for his "experience, vast knowledge and service-oriented approach."

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Michal Rothschild

Erdinast, Ben Nathan, Toledano & Co. Advocates

From the Chambers Global guide

Practice co-head Michal Rothschild stands out to clients as "a brilliant lawyer who always gives us very commercial answers and helps us evaluate risks," adding that "her experience dealing with the IAA is a great asset."

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Up and Coming

Herzog Fox & Neeman

From the Chambers Global guide

Iris Achmon stands out to sources as "very responsive, very quick, confident and someone who gives robust advice." She has notable experience in antitrust matters and worked for the IAA for over ten years.

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Up and Coming

Meitar Liquornik Geva Leshem Tal

From the Chambers Global guide

Head of department Niva Barg Livnat stands out to commentators for her "always timely, very detailed work, clear communication and high-quality legal advice." She has extensive experience acting on antitrust matters and served as a team leader in the IAA.

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Up and Coming

Agmon & Co., Rosenberg Hacohen & Co.

From the Chambers Global guide

Up-and-coming Hilla Peleg has a solid practice representing her clients in class actions and antitrust litigation, with expertise in both civil and criminal proceedings. Impressed clients describe her as "excellent, professional and serious."

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