Adi serves as a partner in our Litigation Department.
Adv. Adi Shoham specializes in representing local and foreign companies and private clients in diverse, complex litigation cases involving all aspects of civil-commercial law, before various courts, including district courts and the Supreme Court, as well as before regulatory authorities.
Cases handled by Adi include contractual disputes, real-estate disputes, class actions, derivative suits, administrative appeals, appeals to the High Court of Justice and more. In the course of these proceedings Adi builds a legal strategy customized to each client’s needs.
Adi also represents clients in arbitration and mediation proceedings.
Before joining Barnea, Adi worked for a number of years in the litigation departments of leading law firms
Tel-Aviv University (LL.B. B.A in Political Science, Magna Cum Laude), 2008
Member of the Israel Bar Association since 2009
News and updates - Adi Shoham:
Precedent-Setting Ruling on Court Expenses
In a precedent-setting ruling, a family court ordered the losing side in a family dispute to pay the winning side attorney's fees and court expenses in the extraordinary and unprecedented amount of NIS 2 million. This ruling indicates a sweeping change in the Israeli legal world, following new regulations that came into effect in January 2021.
Advising on an Administrative Appeal to Cancel Land Grant
Last April, the Maxima company, controlled by billionaire George Horesh, received a 34-acre plot in Ashdod from the Israel Land Authority, without there being a tender process.
Three private landowners holding factories near this area petitioned via our office for the Land Authority's decision to allocate the plot without a tender be cancelled. Zohar Lande, Gal Livshits, Adi Shoham, and Dana Filber represented the clients.
Institute of Certified Public Accountants and Association of Internal Auditors Petition Supreme Court
Our firm is representing the Institute of Certified Public Accountants and the Association of Internal Auditors in a petition with the Supreme Court against the Government Companies Authority (GCA). It is requesting that the court revoke the GCA circular stating that an internal auditor of government companies rated 7 and above must be a salaried employee and not outsourced. The petition was filed by Advs. Zohar Lande, Eyal Nachshon, and Adi Shoham of the Litigation Department.