Ido is an associate in the Litigation Department.
Adv. Ido Vakshi provides legal advice to clients in a variety of litigation proceedings, including financial and contractual claims, complex class actions, derivative claims, and administrative proceedings.
Ido specializes in representing clients before a wide range of courts.
In recent years, Ido has also served as a teaching assistant and lecturer for various academic courses at Reichman University, including those on contract law, administrative law, business law, and mock trial.
Prior to joining our firm, Ido served as a legal assistant to Judge Esther Nahlieli Hyatt in the Tel Aviv District Court.
Reichman University, LL.B. and B.A. in Government, cum laude, 2015
Member of the Israel Bar Association since 2017
Insights & News - Ido Vakshi:
Barnea: Representing RGE in Hot’s Appeal to the Supreme Court over FREETV
Our firm represented RGE in the appeal the television cable company Hot filed with the Israeli Supreme Court over the Second Authority for Television and Radio’s decision to approve the establishment of FREETV, a joint initiative between RGE and Keshet. In its appeal, Hot claimed approval of the project was invalid because of alleged harm to competition and because of the project’s potential consequences on centralization in the media. The Supreme Court rejected the appeal and ruled it was not within Hot’s authority to determine a legal flaw in the decision-making process or the approval itself. RGE was represented by Zohar Lande, Eran Winner, Ido Vakshi, and Lina Makhuli.
Representing Azrieli Group against MOH Plan to Mark Vaccinated People with Bracelets in Malls
As part of a new wave of COVID-19 restrictions, the Israeli Ministry of Health sought to implement a plan to mark vaccinated people with bracelets in all malls and shopping centers, thereby allowing them to walk freely around such complexes (as opposed to unvaccinated people). The Azrieli Group, through Advs. Zohar Lande, Eran Winner, Anat Even-Chen, Ido Vakshi, and Gaya Tsarfati, sent an urgent appeal to the Prime Minister, the Ministers of Health, Economy and Industry, and Justice, and the Attorney General. In the appeal, we argued that the plan is “discriminatory, offensive, unreasonable, and disproportionate.” In light of the criticism, the Prime Minister and the Minister of Health have decided to walk back the bracelet plan and not include it in the government vote for implementing the Green Pass in malls.
Representing ISI in a Petition Against the Israeli Ministry of Health
We represented Israel Scientific Instruments Ltd. (ISI) in a petition filed with the Jerusalem District Court against the Ministry of Health and others, claiming that the tender for the purchase of coronavirus tests managed by the Ministry of Health was conducted unequally while giving an unfair advantage to ISI's competitors.
Eran Winner, Ido Vakshi and Gaya Tsarfati, represented ISI in the petition. They petitioned the court with an order to cancel the tender and publish a new one.