Ronit is a partner in the firm. Ronit has extensive experience in administrative law, tenders and infrastructure projects.
Adv. Ronit Niederman advises to public and private entities, and provides ongoing legal counsel to tender committees. In addition, Ronit drafts tender documents and various types of agreements in the fields of construction, infrastructure, goods and services, including technological projects.
Ronit also provides ongoing legal guidance during major infrastructure and construction projects in financial volumes of billions of shekels. She also advises on complex issues in the field of corporate governance, and counsels boards of directors of public bodies.
Ronit’s clients including NTA Metropolitan Mass Transit System Ltd., Netivei Israel – National Transport Infrastructure Company Ltd, Wingate Institute – National Institute for Excellence in Sports, and Mifal HaPais – the National Lottery of Israel.
Additional clients are public and private entities operating in the transportation, construction, and infrastructure sectors.
Prominent legal directory The Legal 500 ranks Gal as a Recommended Lawyer in the Infrastructure practice area.
Prior to joining the firm, Ronit was a partner in a leading law firm and a member of the Israel Railways legal team.
Bar Ilan University, LL.B, (magna cum laude), 2013
Ono Academic College, LL.B, 2009
Member of the Israel Bar Association since 2010
Insights & News - Ronit Niederman:
Negotiating Tenders – Podcast with Ronit Niederman
Ronit Niederman, a partner in our firm’s Tenders and Projects Department, was invited to be a guest on the Israeli Association of Corporate Counsel’s podcast “ACC On the Road.” An expert in the tenders field, Ronit discussed whether and how to conduct negotiations during tender procedures, the best way to anchor such negotiations in tender documents, and more.
Barnea: Hosting Conference on Tenders in Collaboration with ACC Israel
We hosted a conference on tenders at our office.
Several firm partners lectured, including Ronit Niederman, a partner in the Tenders and Projects Department, who discussed tender negotiation strategies, and Gal Rozent, head of the Competition and Antitrust Department, who spoke about the role of competition in tenders. Among the guest speakers at the conference was Joy Sturm, a partner from international firm Hogan Lovells, who participated in a panel with Shai Avnieli, one of our firm’s partners. Another featured guest was Gal Somech, legal advisor to the Haifa Port, who addressed the port’s privatization process.