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Competition/Antitrust - Israel
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Adv. Golan, Head of the Antitrust and Competition Department, former Chief Legal Counsel of the Israel Antitrust Authority, possesses extensive experience and significant expertise in Israeli antitrust and competition law, including managing civil and criminal litigation proceedings in the field.
Adv. Golan specializes in all aspects of antitrust and competition, and represents clients in various matters in these fields. Among others, he advises on large scale and unique mergers; represents plaintiffs and defendants in complex litigation proceedings; and advises clients in criminal proceedings initiated by the Israeli Competition Authority. In addition, Adv. Golan offers tailor made internal compliance programs, and regularly counsels clients regarding crafting commercial agreements in accordance with the antitrust and competition laws.
Among others, Adv. Golan advises multinational corporations regarding their activities in Israel, including merger notification rules in Israel, the effect of the Concentration Law on acquisitions in Israel, and domestic enforcement vis-à-vis foreign companies; advises clients on the Food Law; and represents multinational corporations regarding competition matters before the relevant Israeli authorities and courts.
Chief Legal Counsel, Israel Antitrust Authority (2006-2011); Lecturer, Hebrew University.
Israel Bar, 1999.
LL.M, University of Pennsylvania Law School, 2004; LL.B, IDC Herzliya, 1998; B.A, Business Administration, IDC Herzliya, 1998.