Nathaniel Lavi is an associate in the employment law and labor relations practice group of the firm. Nathaniel represents and advises employers in Israel, including foreign governments, tech companies, financial institutions, building and infrastructure contractors, retailers, advertising agencies, hospitals, airlines and news agencies, on a broad range of employment law related matters from establishing labor relations and manpower contracting; personal employment agreements and employer policies; through labor disputes and strikes; issues of privacy; employee disciplinary action; harassment, sexual misconduct and discrimination in the workplace; employee benefits; employee termination and downsizing; and employment claims litigation, including alternative dispute resolution in the Labor Courts.

Nathaniel also takes part in producing conferences and written periodical client updates addressing different issues and fields of knowledge within the world of employment law.

Nathaniel joined S. Horowitz & Co. in 2017, for his legal internship, and returned as an associate after he qualified as an Israeli advocate.

Languages: HebrewEnglish
Admissions: Israel Bar, 2019
Education: Tel Aviv University, Buchman Law School, LL.B., (2017)Cornell University Law School, New York, Exchange Program at, (2016)

Other Activities

  • Recipient of the CALI Excellence for the Future Award in Comparative Legal Studies, Cornell Law School (2017)
  • Recipient of the Moran Tzafrir Scholarship for legal writing on gender identity and non-conformity (2016)
  • Editorial staff for “Studies in Food Law” (ed. Prof. Aeyal Gross and Dr. Yofi Tirosh, 2017)
  • Editorial Member of the “Law, Society and Culture” Law Review, Tel Aviv University Law School (2015-2016)
  • Participant in the Legal Clinic for Holocaust Survivors and Elderly at Tel Aviv University Law School (2015-2016)

Recent News

Covid-19 Update: Regulations & Legal Implications of the Corona Crisis

02/04/2020 | By Ehud (Udi) Arzi, Avi Ordo, Ronen Brumer, Ofir Pozner, Moran Katz, Shay Gimelstein, Ran Feldman, Evyatar Azulay, Nathaniel Lavie, Dorit Hamberg, Noa Lavian

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