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Moran Bickel
Adv. Moran Bickel

Electra City Tower
58 Harakevet St.
Tel Aviv

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Moran Bickel

Moran is a partner in our firm’s Litigation Department. Moran possesses extensive experience in representing clients, both foreign and Israeli, in complex commercial disputes with cross-border aspects.

Adv. Moran Bickel specializes in handling cases related to corporate disputes, competition law, and the capital market. He represents clients before various Israeli courts and in international rbitration and mediation proceedings, including those before the International Court of Arbitration of the International Chamber of Commerce (ICC).


He represents clients in various matters, including investor disputes, shareholders struggles, and cases involving the abuse of monopolistic status.


Moran is licensed both in Israel and the State of New York.



University of Tel Aviv LL.B. 2008

University of Tel Aviv, M.A with Honors, Philosophy 2006

University of Tel Aviv, B.A Philosophy and literature 2002


Member of Israel Bar Association since 2010

Member of New York Bar Association since 2013

Insights & News - Moran Bickel:

February 18, 2024

Arbitration Clauses in International Agreements

The new law brings clarity to issues of international arbitration and helps parties to an agreement reach decisions and wisely plan ahead for any possible commercial disputes.
February 7, 2023

Barnea Representing Car Safety Company in Industrial Espionage Lawsuit

Zohar Lande, Moran Bickel, Asaf Glazner, and Inbal Amit are representing the car safety company D-Lock in the NIS 20 million lawsuit it filed against SafeCar. D-Lock claims SafeCar engaged in industrial espionage, baseless lawsuits, and threats against D-Lock’s managers and service providers in order to stop its entry to the market.


September 20, 2022

Arbitration Clauses in International Agreements – Do’s and Don’ts

Arbitration, around the world and particularly in Israel, is a legitimate and well-established mechanism. Israeli courts normally honor arbitration clauses and consider them a standalone arbitration agreement.

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