Shay is a partner in the Dispute Resolution Practice Group of the firm, where his extensive experience encompasses a wide range of issues and disputes involving all aspects of administrative law, commercial law and environmental law. He represents clients across a wide range of sectors including infrastructure, quarries, energy, healthcare and banking. He has appeared before the entire range of Israeli courts and tribunals, negotiating on behalf of clients with ministries and government authorities, and filing petitions to the Supreme Court of Israel concerning many high-value disputes and matters of principle, in particular concerning financial issues.
Among his clients are many of the economy’s key players, including the Israel Electric Corporation (IEC), one of the country’s leading HMOs, leading quarry, construction and infrastructure companies and major banks.
In his administrative law practice, Shay represents clients in a considerable variety of matters, including petitions to the High Court of Justice, class actions, land appropriation (against the Israel Lands Administration) and litigation concerning the allocation of governmental resources to HMOs.
On the environmental side, Shay acts on disputes and challenges relating to the development and land use for industrial and other purposes, including construction of power projects, construction of infrastructure projects, mineral extraction, manufacturing and landfill.