An attorney with diverse experience, Ilan serves as legal counsel to a variety of Israeli commercial entities, advising on all aspects of corporate law and cooperative societies. He particularly specializes in mergers and acquisitions and antitrust law.
Ilan accompanies the firm’s clients in complex corporate and commercial transactions, including capital raising, financing, investments, and restructuring. He also handles bank arrangements and the purchasing of businesses in cash flow distress.
In the area of antitrust, Ilan advises the firm’s clients on various matters, including mergers and acquisitions, restrictive arrangements, concentration groups, monopolies, and operation of market force. He also represents clients before the Antitrust Authority and the Antitrust Tribunal, as necessary.
Ilan serves as legal counsel to several business associations with regard to competition and antitrust laws, and represents business associations in various actions vis-à-vis the governmental authorities.
Ilan provides legal services to corporations from various sectors, including high tech, agro-technology, food, industry, and green technology. He also represents various corporations belonging to the kibbutz sector.
IDC Herzliya LL.B. and B.A (Major in Marketing) 2005
Member of Israel Bar Association since 2006
News and updates - Ilan Blumenfeld:
Intern Interview Week Is Approaching
The intern interview week for law students at various law firms is coming soon.
In a recent Walla article, firm partner Ilan Blumenfeld offered tips to candidates about how to successfully prepare for an interview.
Submission of Joint Offers in Tenders
When competing entities join forces to submit a tender offer, it reduces the overall number of entities competing for a tender. Reducing the number of competing entities may increase the market power of those participating entities against the tender holder and enable them to make less attractive offers.
Israel Competition Authority Increases Enforcement against Exclusivity Arrangements
On December 30, 2020, the Israel Competition Authority (ICA) notified SOS, a company in the field of fueling services, it was imposing a financial sanction of NIS 6.3 million on the company. In addition, it imposed a financial sanction of NIS 350,000 on an executive officer in the company. Following a complaint an SOS competitor filed with the ICA, the ICA concluded SOS had entered into exclusivity agreements with its clients. The company also implemented a policy whereby it would not provide fueling services to a client if the client simultaneously engaged with a competing fuel service provider.