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Gal Livshits
Adv. Gal Livshits

Electra City Tower
58 Harakevet St.
Tel Aviv

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Gal Livshits

Gal, a partner in the Litigation Department, specializes in handling complex litigation cases in the commercial-business field.

Adv. Gal Livshits represents corporations and private clients, both local and foreign, in intricate litigation cases covering a wide range of legal issues, including infrastructure projects, contracts, business restrictions, intellectual property, international law, inheritance, and more.


Gal provides comprehensive legal counsel that covers both the development of a legal strategy tailored to the client’s needs and representation in all judicial proceedings, including both in courts and in arbitration and mediation processes.


Gal boasts extensive experience in representing clients during complex disputes involving large-scale projects, with an emphasis on disputes in the infrastructure and construction sector. Her clients include entrepreneurs, concessionaires, EPC contractors, O&M contractors, government entities, private companies, and more.


In addition, Gal has experience in representing private clients in inheritance and family wealth disputes of a wide scope, which encompass economic-commercial aspects and cross-border issues.


In 2023, Gal was ranked by The Legal 500 in the Dispute Resolution: Local Litigation & Arbitration practice area.



Haifa University (LL.B), 2009


Member of Israel Bar Association since 2010

Insights & News - Gal Livshits:

March 11, 2024

Informal Agreements or a Binding Contract?

A new Israeli Supreme Court ruling redraws the boundaries for recognizing agreements and signals that informal agreements may also be legally binding.
March 7, 2024

Barnea: Representing Gencell in NIS 16 Million Lawsuit

Gal Livshits, Yatir Madar, and Liron Dahan from our firm’s Litigation Department are representing Gencell in a NIS 16 million lawsuit against the car importer EV Motors as well as Holon Motors. The suit alleges the defendants owe Gencell NIS 4.5 million for systems and equipment they purchased but did not pay for.

September 20, 2023

Does the Proposed Amendment to the Israeli Contract Law Change the Aprofim Ruling?

Contrary to the headlines, a careful examination of the amendment shows it is anchored in Supreme Court case law, and that it creates greater certainty with regard to contract interpretations in the business sector.

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