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Shir Rozenzweig
Adv. Shir Rozenzweig

Electra City Tower
58 Harakevet St.
Tel Aviv

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Shir Rozenzweig

Shir specializes in regulatory enforcement and white-collar matters in Israel and abroad.

Adv. Shir Rozenzweig  represents companies and individuals in a wide range of complex criminal and administrative enforcement proceedings, from the investigative stages to hearings and trials.


Shir advises her clients on intricate legal proceedings related to money laundering, bribery, fraud, insider trading, antitrust, and securities fraud. She provides representation before Israeli governmental authorities, foreign authorities, and judicial forums in Israel and abroad.


Shir has unique experience handling internal investigations involving suspicions of corporate misconduct or fraud, compliance with regulatory requirements, and proper corporate governance rules. She also has experience in witness preparation, and trial preparation. In addition, Shir has extensive experience in electronic document review.


Shir interned at a leading Israeli law firm.


Tel Aviv University, LL.B., 2017


Member of Israel Bar Association since 2018

Insights & News - Shir Rozenzweig:

May 8, 2024

Significant Sanctions: Anti-Money Laundering Obligations in Israel

The Israel Securities Authority is tightening enforcement on companies, especially in the cryptographic assets sector, and is scrutinizing companies’ anti-money laundering procedures and policies and their implementation.
March 14, 2024

DSA: New European Digital Services Act for Online User Protection

Companies which distribute content online have been subject to the European Union’s Digital Services Act (DSA) since February 2024, which obligates them to protect their users from offensive and illegal content, enable users to report such content, etc. The DSA applies to any company whose content is accessible to European audience, regardless of its country of incorporation or the identity of its owners.
May 29, 2023

SEC vs. Philips: Expansion of Foreign Corrupt Practices Act

The SEC is expanding the application of US Foreign Corrupt Practices Act provisions. It is commencing law enforcement proceedings against non-American companies operating outside the United States and against actions that merely raise concerns of acts of corruption. Companies with international operations must familiarize themselves with the FCPA’s provisions and prepare accordingly.

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