Uriel is a seasoned attorney with 15 years of experience in the field, specializing in civil and commercial litigation, particularly large scale disputes valued in billions of shekels.
Uriel has extensive experience acting for clients on a broad range of complex corporate and commercial cases with a particular focus on class actions, construction, engineering and infrastructure related disputes, energy sector disputes, technology and telecommunication sector related disputes, tenders and administrative law.
Uriel deals with all aspects of construction, projects and tender related disputes, advising on resolution strategies, including negotiation, mediation, expert determination, arbitration and court proceedings. He has broad experience successfully contesting or defending a large number of disputes relating to cost overruns, EPC contractual disputes, tender and government procurement disputes, and disputes concerning a wide variety of building and design defects. He has been involved in many of Israel’s largest BOT, PFI and PPP tenders.
Thus for example, Uriel has been involved in some of the largest tenders in Israel, valued in billions of shekels, including Fast Lane, Highway 531, Israel Railways, Highway 6, IDF Training Center and more.
Uriel has particular expertise in the field of class actions, where he has gained substantial experience defending large Israeli and international corporations. Uriel deals with all types of class actions, including in the fields of communication, energy, consumer claims, antitrust, securities, medications, environmental protection and more.
In addition, Uriel has extensive experience representing some of Israel’s largest private, government and public institutions in a range of complex disputes touching on issues of overarching legal principle and precedent (some worth billions of shekels) both in court (magistrates, district and supreme courts) and in mediation and arbitration proceedings.
In addition, Uriel has experience working with natural gas distribution companies both in tenders to construct and operate natural gas distribution infrastructure, as well as in other regulatory proceedings once the tender has been granted.