S Horowitz & Co

Dispute Resolution Department

Israel
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What the team is known for Large and highly regarded practice group renowned for its breadth of expertise and roster of high-calibre clients. Notable expertise on the full range of litigious disputes as well as commercial and administrative arbitration and high-stakes class actions. Well known for its work with regulatory bodies and for assisting clients in the construction and infrastructure, technology, healthcare and financing sectors.

Strengths Clients highlight the team's "uncompromising professionalism, coupled with the highest level of skill and competence."

Sources say that the firm is "very responsive and very much dedicated to making sure the client is happy and satisfied."

Work highlights Represented Shapir Civil and Marine Engineering in a USD200 million dispute filed against Netivei Israel relating to change orders made during a construction project.

Notable practitioners

Alex Hertman is revered as an "outstanding lawyer" who regularly features on some of the market's biggest cases. He is held in high regard for his commercial litigation practice and has significant arbitration experience. He represents Teva on various disputes, including one claim relating to allegations of adverse effects from one of its products.

Sources endorse Ehud Arzi as an adept litigator with "a lot of experience handling cases from different fields of law." He has experience representing Google in a range of contentious mandates including libel lawsuits. Clients praise him as "very responsive and very pleasant."

Hagai Doron is valued for his strength on high-value class action disputes, representing prominent clients such as Teva, British Airways and Honda. He is particularly recognised by market commentators for his antitrust work.

Yehoshua Horesh garners praise for his skill as a litigator, with experience covering infrastructure, construction and real estate-related claims. Sources state that "years of litigation and cross-examinations have made him able to convince judges in hard and complex cases."