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Distinguished department that is 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. Experienced in handling matters relating to international cartels. Client base is wide-ranging, including companies from the transport, energy and financial industries.
A commentator reported: "The team that works with us is very professional and efficient. Additionally, the staff are very precise in their guidelines, allowing us business flexibility as well."
Another source stated:"We feel very comfortable with the team," going on to praise the firm's "excellent work."
Represented IBM in obtaining clearance from the ICA for its acquisition of approximately USD34 billion worth of outstanding shares of Red Hat.
Former ICA head David Tadmor regularly advises both domestic and multinational corporates on the competition aspects of merger transactions. He is a co-founding member of the firm and continues to serve as its co-managing partner.
Shai Bakal is "very knowledgeable and a good negotiator who really keeps his composure," enthused one commentator. His practice spans a range of contentious and non-contentious antitrust matters, including advice on restrictive trade practices and class actions involving monopolies.
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Unanimously ranked as a top tier firm by international legal directories, including Global Competition Review, Chambers Global and Legal 500, our strong team of experts are the front-runner in Israel for antitrust law. Clients value the superior level of professional insight and commercial acumen provided by a team, many of whom are former staff members of key regulatory bodies, including Dr. David E. Tadmor, who previously served as the General Director of the Israel Competition Authority (ICA), and Shai Bakal, who previously headed the mergers team at the ICA.
Indeed, the whole Competition/Antitrust department embraces these characteristics and covers all civil and criminal aspects of competition law, providing effective advice to clients before the ICA, the Competition Tribunal, and the Supreme Court of Israel. We are specifically involved in defending against private actions before local courts, in tandem with our formidable litigation experts.
Leveraging the expertise of our Administrative Law and Regulation practice group, we bring clients a thorough understanding of legislative and regulatory procedures and a considerable track-record in appearing before governmental committees and helping to shape bidding processes and complex agreements with the Israeli government. We have special acquaintance with competition issues and regulations in specific market segments such as banking, shipping, aviation, food, technology and healthcare.
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