Eyal is a commercial litigator with extensive experience acting for international and domestic clients on a broad range of civil, contractual and commercial matters before the entire range of Israeli courts. He also appears before national and international arbitration tribunals. Eyal has represented clients in both Israel and the United States on a wide array of complex commercial disputes, including contractual disputes, corporate and shareholder disputes, complicated tort actions (including professional negligence claims), global product liability claims and class actions.
Eyal’s expertise includes representing global companies on cross-border high value and multi-party claims, ranging from banking and finance related litigation to disputed inheritance claims involving aspects of private international law. He acts on behalf of international and local agents and distributors in connection with breakdowns in commercial relationships and, where necessary, advises clients on the enforcement and termination of distribution, agency and other commercial agreements. Eyal also advises and acts on the enforcement of foreign judgments in Israel.
Eyal is licensed to practice law in Israel and New York.
Eyal was the recipient of the prestigious Pegasus Scholarship of 1999, a full board scholarship awarded to outstanding law students worldwide for master degree studies at Oxford University and practical training with a City of London law firm, and a barrister. He gained his Bachelor of Civil Law degree from Worcester College, Oxford University.
Eyal is a member of the “L2b Aviation” international network that is consistently ranked by Chambers Global as the Best Global Aviation Law Network:
- Israel chapter on aviation in the Aviation Law Review 10th Edition, (August 2022).
- Israel chapter: Aircraft Registration Guide in L2b, (2022).
- Israel chapter in Chambers & Partners: An Introduction to Transportation: Aviation, (2022).
- Israel Drone Regulations in L2b Aviation, (2022).
- Spotlight: Key Liability Issues For the Aviation Sector in Israeli in Lexology, (2021).
- Israel Chapter on aviation in the Aviation Law Review 9th Edition, (August, 2021).
- Israel Chapter, The Aviation Law Review 8th Edition, (August, 2020).
- Israel Chapter, The Lex Mundi Global Attorney – Client Privilege Guide, (2020).
- “Foreign Defendants’ Ability to Deny the Jurisdiction of the Israeli Courts following Amendment No. 2 (2013) to the Israeli Civil Procedure Regulations” (S. Horowitz & Co.; May 2014).
- “Opinion Which Does Not Disqualify” (Judge’s off-the-record remarks, in the framework of an attempt to settle the case) (NEWS1, May 2014).
- The Israel Chapter on Arbitration Agreements under Israel’s Arbitration Law for the International Comparative Legal Guides to International Arbitration (2007), co-authored with Alex Hertman.