“Large and highly regarded practice group renowned for its breadth of expertise and roster of high-caliber clients. Notable expertise on the full range of litigious disputes as well as commercial and administrative arbitration and high-stakes class actions. Well known for its work with regulatory bodies and for assisting clients in the construction and infrastructure, technology, healthcare and financing sectors.“ (Chambers Global Guide, 2019)
Our team is ranked in the highest tier in the field of administrative law on both Dun’s 100 2020 and BDi code 2019, which described our team in this field as “Leaders” and “Elite firm”, respectively.
Our team has unrivalled expertise representing clients before the full range of Israel’s courts, including the High Court of Justice, Supreme Court, and administrative courts and tribunals. We defend, challenge and seek judicial review of the legality of the procedures, actions, legislation and decisions of government ministers, public officials, municipal and national authorities and regulatory bodies, as well as all other public bodies, across a wide range of sectors.
The firm’s clientele includes international and domestic companies, financial institutions and public authorities, such as Teva Pharmaceutical Industries Ltd., Paz Ltd., Maccabi Healthcare Services, Israel Electric Corporation, the State Comptroller of Israel, Israeli Public Broadcasting Corporation, Readymix Industries (Israel) Ltd. Group, and Ashdod Port Company Ltd. The e diversity and prominence of our clientele gives our team a unique edge representing all kinds of sectors in this area of expertise. This is also the reason why our team has been involved in some of the most significant and high-profile cases heard before the Israeli administrative courts in recent times.
As an integral part of Israel’s leading litigation practice, we offer clients a wealth of experience, depth of resource and specialist expertise on administrative law and, in particular, challenging actions of a public entity that are manifestly unreasonable, use unfair procedures, deviate from the powers of the public entity, or otherwise breach one of Israel’s basic laws.