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Litigation

If a dispute can only be resolved by litigation, you will need a legal team with the knowledge, experience and tenacity to advance or defend your interests and to do so fiercely.

This is even more so if the dispute is in a foreign jurisdiction where you are unfamiliar with the process, culture and language. We understand the international landscape and will be in your corner for the fight. 

 

The team offers pragmatic advice, legal guidance and bespoke services, from the formulation of a dispute resolution strategy to success in courts. We provide creative solutions and a far-reaching legal understanding of the unique needs of each client.

 

Our lawyers are experts in the conduct of litigation, arbitration and mediation proceedings, as well as other alternative dispute resolution processes. Our team has earned a reputation for achieving a successful outcome. 

 

We represent local and international publicly traded and private companies, government-owned companies, local and foreign banks, venture capital funds, local authorities and private individuals. Our services cover all areas of commercial law, such as corporate, infrastructure, capital markets, anti-trust, communications and real estate.

 

Zohar Lande heads the Litigation Department. Both international and local legal directories recognize Zohar and his team as leaders in the commercial litigation field. These directories describe Zohar as “a first-rate lawyer in alternative dispute resolution” and “extremely responsive and very determined.”

News and updates - Litigation:


July 6, 2021

Warning, Border Ahead? Expanding Israeli Courts’ Jurisdiction over Foreign Defendants

In early June 2021, the Tel Aviv-Yafo District Court handed down an important precedential ruling. The ruling expands the identity of an authorized agent, i.e., the entity to whom a statement of claim may be served and that thus subjects a foreign defendant to the jurisdiction of the Israeli court.

June 27, 2021

Representation in "Pancake House" Family Business Dispute

A family business dispute between the family members of the founder of the "Pancake House" chain has recently made headlines.

 The dispute erupted when one of the founder's sons accused his nephew (the founder's grandson) of violating the chain's trademarks by launching a new Tel Aviv venture called "TLV Pancake House" as a continuation of his grandfather's legacy.

Our firm’s Eyal Nachshon and Naama Moshe are representing TLV Pancake House and the founder's grandson in the legal proceedings.

 

May 27, 2021

Representation in a dispute with a cooperative association

In recent days, the story of an Arab citizen named Samar Graeb has made headlines. About a year ago, he bought a house in the "Hapoalim neighborhood" in Afula and applied to be accepted as a neighborhood resident. The neighborhood committee rejected his request, claiming that it was a neighborhood with a Jewish, Zionist, and secular character.

 

Firm partner Shai Avnieli is representing Mr. Graeb in proceedings before the neighborhood committee and has appealed its decision.

 

Next week, a meeting is expected to convene, during which members will vote on whether to accept or reject the neighborhood committee's decision.

Litigation

If a dispute can only be resolved by litigation, you will need a legal team with the knowledge, experience and tenacity to advance or defend your interests and to do so fiercely.

This is even more so if the dispute is in a foreign jurisdiction where you are unfamiliar with the process, culture and language. We understand the international landscape and will be in your corner for the fight. 

 

The team offers pragmatic advice, legal guidance and bespoke services, from the formulation of a dispute resolution strategy to success in courts. We provide creative solutions and a far-reaching legal understanding of the unique needs of each client.

 

Our lawyers are experts in the conduct of litigation, arbitration and mediation proceedings, as well as other alternative dispute resolution processes. Our team has earned a reputation for achieving a successful outcome. 

 

We represent local and international publicly traded and private companies, government-owned companies, local and foreign banks, venture capital funds, local authorities and private individuals. Our services cover all areas of commercial law, such as corporate, infrastructure, capital markets, anti-trust, communications and real estate.

 

Zohar Lande heads the Litigation Department. Both international and local legal directories recognize Zohar and his team as leaders in the commercial litigation field. These directories describe Zohar as “a first-rate lawyer in alternative dispute resolution” and “extremely responsive and very determined.”

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P. Competition Law and Antitrust, Litigation, Private Clients

News and updates - Litigation:


July 6, 2021

Warning, Border Ahead? Expanding Israeli Courts’ Jurisdiction over Foreign Defendants

In early June 2021, the Tel Aviv-Yafo District Court handed down an important precedential ruling. The ruling expands the identity of an authorized agent, i.e., the entity to whom a statement of claim may be served and that thus subjects a foreign defendant to the jurisdiction of the Israeli court.

June 27, 2021

Representation in "Pancake House" Family Business Dispute

A family business dispute between the family members of the founder of the "Pancake House" chain has recently made headlines.

 The dispute erupted when one of the founder's sons accused his nephew (the founder's grandson) of violating the chain's trademarks by launching a new Tel Aviv venture called "TLV Pancake House" as a continuation of his grandfather's legacy.

Our firm’s Eyal Nachshon and Naama Moshe are representing TLV Pancake House and the founder's grandson in the legal proceedings.

 

May 27, 2021

Representation in a dispute with a cooperative association

In recent days, the story of an Arab citizen named Samar Graeb has made headlines. About a year ago, he bought a house in the "Hapoalim neighborhood" in Afula and applied to be accepted as a neighborhood resident. The neighborhood committee rejected his request, claiming that it was a neighborhood with a Jewish, Zionist, and secular character.

 

Firm partner Shai Avnieli is representing Mr. Graeb in proceedings before the neighborhood committee and has appealed its decision.

 

Next week, a meeting is expected to convene, during which members will vote on whether to accept or reject the neighborhood committee's decision.

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