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Industries: Infrastructure

Adi Hoffman is an associate in the Dispute Resolution Practice Group of the firm specialising in banking and securities disputes, shareholder disputes, and construction and infrastructure related disputes.

 

Adi has represented major financial institutions on numerous asset tracing proceedings, in particular the tracing of assets arising from fraudulent actions on the part of senior employees, and also represents domestic and international engineering, cement manufacturing and quarrying companies on national and multinational infrastructure projects being carried out in Israel.

 

In her construction and infrastructure practice, Adi assists in the representation of clients on class actions and complex high value contractual disputes, often relating to the progress and timely completion of major infrastructure projects and government procurement contracts. Adi also advises clients of the firm on the challenging and setting aside of decisions of public authorities which regulate the environment, in particular where such decisions affect the construction and operation of landfill sites and other construction projects in environmentally sensitive areas.

 

Adi joined S. Horowitz & Co. in 2011, where she completed her internship and qualified as an Israeli advocate.

Languages: EnglishHebrew
Admissions: Israel Bar, 2011
Education: LL.M. - Tel Aviv University, as one of a select group of 35 Israeli lawyers, judges and policymakers in the Tel Aviv-Berkeley Master’s Degree ProgramLL.B. - Tel Aviv UniversityB.A. (Economics) - Tel Aviv University

Other Activities

During her law studies, Adi  served as a research assistant at Tel Aviv University’s Faculty of Law and volunteered at ‘HALEV – The movement for fighting poverty in Israel’, a non-profit organization, where she provided legal aid to people in need. Adi also served as the manager of “Mevo’ot Mishpat” (2007-2008), a unique program initiated at Tel Aviv University Faculty of Law, whereby law students teach civil and criminal law to high-school students throughout Israel.

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