Our firm has vast experience in complex commercial litigation, which includes, amongst others, commercial disputes regarding breach of contracts, damages claims, misrepresentation and fraud, and commercial disputes regarding intellectual property rights. We represent our clients before all courts and tribunals in Israel, including the Israeli Supreme Court, as well as in various Mediation and Arbitration procedures held both before Israeli and international tribunals.
Our litigators take special care in each and every case, exploring new ways to provide our clients the required solution. Attention to details, innovation and creativity are our firm's guidelines, providing our clients with an in depth unique service.
Our firm was involved in some of the major disputes in Israel during the past few years, representing some of the most prominent local and international corporations of the Israeli market. Our clients include private companies and corporations, locally and internationally traded entities, governmental authorities as well as social entities and associations.
Our firm represents the State of Israel (i.e., NTA-Metropolitan Mass Transit System and the Ministry of Transport & Road System) in a dispute with Metropolitan Transportation Solutions Ltd. (MTS), concerning MTS' performance as the elected concessioner for the implementation, operation and maintenance of the light rail transit system for the Tel Aviv metropolitan area.
Our firm represents Yakhin Hakal (an eminent agricultural industrial conglomerate) in a dispute against the Israel Lands Administration in relation to the renewal of land leases of plots exceeding 15 thousand acres, valued at an estimated amount of NIS 1,000,000,000.
Our firm represents Atrium European Real Estate Ltd, one of the leading European real estate companies, inter alia, in a dispute between Atrium and its project management company, concerning shopping centers located in Turkey and Ukraine and estimated at EUR 400,000,000.
Our firm represented All You Need Ltd (the operator of "AllJobs", one of Israel's leading online job-search services) in a claim brought against it by Ma'ariv Newspaper Ltd. (publisher of one of the largest daily newspapers in Israel) which involves complex and novel issues of copyright law, intellectual property law and unjust enrichment (restitution law). Lately, the District Court in Tel Aviv denied the claim while determining a novel precedent regarding copyright law and intellectual property law.