Roi Simhi

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Education:
Hebrew University of Jerusalem (LL.B. 2013).

Professional Career:

Pre-internship at Avimor-Shadmy Advocates, 2010-13

Law Clerk to Hon. Judge Gila Kanfi-Steinitz, Jerusalem District Court, 2013

Admitted, Israel Bar, 2014

Year of Birth/Place:

1985, Jerusalem, Israel

Languages:
Hebrew, English.

Yoval Shtandel

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Dror Levi

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Cooperative societies

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The firm is a front runner in representing and advising many Israeli cooperative societies, including Kibbutzim, Moshavim, central societies, societies that deal with the distribution of water, agricultural societies that deal with various fields, primarily in the agricultural sector, etc., and focusing on the following subjects:

On-going advice and representation of cooperative societies – in-house accompaniment of the work of the society and its authorities;

On-going legal advice to the directors and officers, accompaniment of procedures and decisions within the society, including advice regarding attribution of assets and capital relationship, while giving consideration to ensuring the rights of the society members; handling the relationship between the society and its members, and providing legal assistance to the Kibbutz and Moshav secretaries.

Arranging cooperative society relationships –and local committee; preparation of appropriate by-laws for societies and committees; advice regarding tax considerations and tax planning unique to cooperative societies and to Kibbutzim; representation of Kibbutzim in suits brought by Kibbutz members; representation of Moshav members in disputes with the farmers.

The firm also represents various production societies, whose representation includes on-going advice, including that related to labor law, taxation, representation in various transactions, assistance in collection matters and handling structural changes, etc.

Structural and organizational changes in Kibbutzim – use and development of hidden assets and raising of capital for growth; handling life insurance and pension and retirement matters for Kibbutz members; tax aspects and tax planning in the Kibbutzim in light of the change in longevity; accompanying structural and organizational changes – separation of economic and community activities. Legal accompaniment for the penetration of various models (security net, combined); establishment of cooperative societies and other entities, drafting by-laws, tax planning, and contractual arrangements with governmental entities.

Structural changes and capitalization relationship in central societies and representation and advice to central societies – advice and representation in carrying out structural changes in central cooperative societies, including procedures for attributing capital to society members, representation in various transactions among cooperative societies, including capital raising, mergers and de-acquisitions, accompanying and establishing partnerships and agricultural entities between various Kibbutzim. BGA has undertaken major commercial transactions for the Kibbutzim and cooperative societies, such as the Tnuva – Hardof transaction, as well as reorganization arrangements of regional societies, Moshavim and Kibbutzim.

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International commerce

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Corporations are involved one way or another in international business activities. Increasingly, midsize Firms are discovering that their success requires active participation in the world market.

Doing business in the international arena is exciting but can be complex and intimidating for both the seasoned and new corporate entrant alike. The array of domestic statutes and regulations governing such things as exporting, importing, investing and generally conducting business in or involving foreign jurisdictions can be daunting. The International Trade Client Service Group exists exclusively to assist clients in meeting these challenges in the expanding world market.

BGA regularly counsels clients in complying with such laws and, when necessary, assists in dealing with the governmental investigations and enforcement actions that can be a troubling part of the international regulatory landscape.

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Tender offers

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The firm assists public entities (such as Israel Railways and the Tel-Aviv – Jaffa Economic Development Authority Ltd.) in preparing tenders according to the laws and regulations applicable to each of those entities.

Such assistance in preparing tenders includes, inter alia: preparation of the tender documents, including contracts; answering bidder requests for clarification; reviewing bids that have been received; rendering legal opinions where such need arises; and participation in tender committee meetings from the stage of the publication of the tender until that of the selection of the winner.

Our firm’s Tenders department provides clients with legal opinions regarding tenders and, inter alia,arrangements exempt from the tender requirements under the law, regulations and court precedent.

The firm handles litigation regarding tenders, both in representing clients who wish to invalidate the tender, and in protecting clients who issued tenders or who were awarded the tender and wish to defend the tender and its results. The representation includes obtaining temporary injunctions, administrative appeals, and other administrative procedures.

The firm also counsels private entities regarding tenders, including assisting in submitting bids and examining bids prior to their submission.

The primary involvement of the firm in this field is in representing private entities in everything connected with analyzing the results of tenders in which they have participated, the decisions of the relevant tender committee, the winning bid, opining on whether to file an administrative appeal (to obtain damages) against the entity issuing the tender and, of course, handling such litigation in the courts.

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Internet and IT

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The intellectual property group has an extensive practice in all aspects of intellectual property and Internet law.
This covers the Intellectual Property Group’s litigation and counseling experience in trademark, copyright, advertising, and Internet-related matters.

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Mergers and acquisitions

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The firm provides legal services to clients in connection with mergers, acquisitions and other types of business combinations and de-acquisitions.
These services include counseling on structural and compliance issues; negotiating agreements; preparing and reviewing agreements, disclosure documents and other material; and providing litigation and other support where necessary.

Our firm has been involved, both domestically and internationally, in major M&A transactions.

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Labor law

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The department deals with both individual and collective bargaining matters, offering counsel to clients on labor relations and labor law and representing them in labor court. Clients include multinational Firms, as well as Israeli enterprises needing counseling on matters of employee rights in mergers, acquisitions and liquidations, limitations on freedom of employment, the protection of commercial secrets, drafting employment agreements, on-going labor law advice, and representation in labor law litigation.

The department also represents workers, assists them in their participation in tenders for public office, and in negotiating employment agreements for senior executives.

BGA has represented employers and employees in litigation arising out of the misappropriation of commercial secrets and breach of non-competition agreements. In the field of collective bargaining agreements, the office represents employers, groups of workers, and workers’ committees, and is engaged in negotiating and drafting collective bargaining agreements, and in rendering legal assistance arising therefrom.

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Corporate law and capital markets

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BGA regularly advises clients in a wide variety of corporate transactions, corporate financings, and securities law compliance matters. The firm’s corporate representation of issuers has included specific assignments and working as general counsel for a large and diverse group of public and private companies, including stock exchange-listed companies, Fortune 500 companies, multinationals, Nasdaq-listed companies and Nasdaq Small-Cap Market companies.

The firm’s lawyers represent clients in all facets of their securities work, and serve as counsel to issuers and underwriters in public and private offerings of securities as well as in private placements and international offerings.

Our firm has successfully represented and advised several leading multinational corporations  in their IPO on the London AIM.

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Taxation

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The department handles all tax-related issues, both local and international, including income tax, value-added tax, land/property taxes, and the law for the encouragement of capital investment. It is also heavily involved in tax planning and structuring of many transactions primarily handled by other BGA departments.
The tax department advises foreign entities with regard to tax implications of investment in Israel, as well as counseling Israeli corporations that wish to do business abroad. It plays a leading role in planning and structuring M&A activities and capital markets transactions and arranging employment benefits such as stock option plans.

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Bankruptcy and receivership

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Clients of the bankruptcy and receivership department demand and receive prompt and cost-effective resolution of issues in restructurings, out-of-court loan workouts, Chapter 11 reorganizations, and other insolvency proceedings. Our clients include secured creditors, unsecured creditors, debtors, financial institutions, debtor-in-possession financing lenders, indenture trustees, official and unofficial creditors’ committees, examiners, and purchasers of financially distressed businesses.

In addition to the general experience required in restructuring projects in a wide range of industries, the bankruptcy and receivership practice has experience in many related, highly specific areas including: negotiation and documentation of financing agreements, debt restructurings, loan workouts, cash collateral arrangements, and debtor-in-possession financing agreements; acquisition of assets from financially distressed companies in and out of Chapter 11; representation of secured lenders in automatic stay and adequate protection litigation, and in cram-down litigation and negotiations; lender liability issues; fraudulent conveyance and preferential transfer analysis and litigation; equitable subordination; substantive consolidation; employee wages, benefits, retention, and collective bargaining agreements; transfer of claims against or interests in bankrupt entities; tax issues, including income from the discharge of indebtedness, income tax consequences of debt modifications, and preservation and exploitation of net operating losses and alternative minimum taxes; and treatment of intellectual property rights in bankruptcy.

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Litigation

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This department vigorously represents clients in all forms of litigation, arbitration and mediation proceedings throughout Israel, and supervises such procedures abroad.
BGA successfully handles some of the largest and most sophisticated cases in Israel in a wide range of actions including, for example, corporate law, securities matters, and real estate.
Some of these lawsuits are class actions, and a number of them involve millions of Israeli shekels. The Firm’s lawyers appear in all the country’s courts – Supreme, District and Magistrates.

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Religious orders

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Our firm represents a long line of Christian and jewish religious institutions in providing legal accompaniment to a wide variety of activities of the religious institutions.
Religious institutions is handled by attorneys in our firm who specialize in such matters, although they come from the various different departments of the firm (such as Tax, Zoning, etc.), so that the religious institution receives comprehensive professional services in a variety of fields.
In representing religious institutions, our firm acquired expertise and knowledge in fields and matters unique to religious institutions in Israel. Among the subjects upon whom our firm concentrates are the following:

1. Legal Status

Giving recognition to religious institutions as legal entities under Israeli law, in a manner which will enable religious institutions (such as those that are organized under religious law) to engage in enforceable legal activities recognized under all branches of Israeli law.
On this subject, as well as in the following ones, our firm developed a working relationship with the relevant governmental authorities that deal with religious entities in Israel (Christian Sects Department in the Ministry of Religious Affairs / Prime Minister’s Office including the unique taxation departments in the taxation authorities, and the International Department of the Ministry of Foreign Affairs).

2. Taxation of Religious Institutions
On this issue, our firm acts to obtain relief and special privileges in the taxation of religious institutions in all fields of their endeavors (tax payments to local authorities, income taxes and payments for land transactions).

In all fields of our firm’s endeavors, and particularly in this area, we place a special emphasis on all the regulations that applied to Christian religious institutions in prior periods, including Turkish “firmans” and international treaties.

3.  Preservation and Handling of Institutional Assets

Our firm’s activities in this context deals, inter alia, with the following subjects:

Conducting asset surveys: locating assets, analyzing rights therein, the nature of their registration, and the planning condition relating to them.

Preventing damage to the realty: activities to locate negative impacts to the rights in the assets (by means of condemnation or damaging urban planning), and to cancel or mitigate them, and to obtain compensation for the damage;

Assistance in administering the assets: filing eviction proceedings, filing complaints to increase rental payments, etc.

Organizing transactions: providing comprehensive legal accompaniment in transactions involving the assets of religious institutions.

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Venture capital

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Privatization

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BGA represents clients in matters involving privatization of Israeli governmental entities. The firm represented a multinational bank in a bid to advise the government regarding the privatization of state-held banks.

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Antitrust

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Clients seek our counsel and litigation assistance on the entire range of antitrust, competition, and trade regulation issues.
We performed analyses of antitrust issues related to the formation and operation of production and research and development joint ventures. In addition, the Antitrust Practice Group provides counseling and undertakes litigation work concerning allegations of monopolization and attempted monopolization (including predatory pricing, refusals to deal, and product bundling), resale restrictions (including pricing and customer and territorial restraints), price discrimination and arrangements among members of the same industry (including price-fixing, bid-rigging, group boycotts and information-sharing). Clients receive advice concerning patent/antitrust issues and antitrust considerations in intellectual property licensing arrangements. We also assist clients in the development and implementation of antitrust compliance programs.

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Administrative law

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BGA regularly represents clients in administrative appeals and litigation before the courts. The firm is well experienced in the requirements of all local administrative hearings and adjudications, administrative investigations, administrative agencies, and licensing and regulatory enforcement procedures dealing with such matters.

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Insurance and torts

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The department represents the largest insurance groups and companies in Israel, handling insurance coverage and claims, personal injuries and property damage, with special emphasis on liability matters, such as product liability, employer liability, local and regional authority responsibility and the like.

The department’s attorneys have acquired specialized skills in fields such as occupational health (cancer resulting from exposure to specific work environments; occupational asthma; hearing impairments resulting from a noisy work environment; exposure to bromide; and subjects of micro-trauma).

The department also deals with a wide range of claims based on professional liability, especially malpractice of lawyers, accountants, architects, engineers, surveyors and doctors. In addition to representing various insurance companies, the office handles matters for “Avner“, the Israeli governmental entity supervising damage claims arising out of traffic accidents, and deals with matters of principle or especially large sums, based on the Traffic Accident Victims Compensation Law.

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Trusts and estates

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BGA trusts and estates practice group engages in all forms of estate planning (both domestic and international), ranging from the preparation of simple wills and revocable trusts to more complicated planning, such as family limited partnerships, sales to intentionally defective irrevocable trusts, and business succession planning. Other common planning matters include testamentary gift, charitable split interest trusts, offshore trusts, private foundations, grantor retained annuity trusts, generation-skipping transfer tax planning, and life insurance planning.

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Planning and zoning

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The office is heavily involved in planning and construction law matters, and serves as legal counsel to planning and construction councils.

Such representation includes not just handling the ongoing, day-to-day legal issues, but stretches to appeals, condemnations, and dealings with other administrative bodies, such as the Israel Land Administration. Some of the firm’s attorneys have been appointed to represent the Attorney General in enforcing the Planning and Construction Law.

BGA is involved in condemnation proceedings, including claims resulting therefrom, arising out of various statutes. The Planning and Zoning Department handles the foregoing matters on behalf of developers, contractors and individuals who deal in real estate. The services rendered include filing applications, submitting objections, legal assistance with zoning plans developed by private parties, as well as representation before the various planning bodies and administrative courts holding hearings on these matters. In addition, the office represents various types of planning bodies, such as municipalities and local planning and construction committees. Office representatives regularly attend meetings of the planning committees dealing with new plans, applications and objections.

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Energy law

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Every sector of the energy industry faces the challenge of rapid change – in the organization of the industry, the regulatory structure and market environment. We assist our clients taking advantage of new opportunities, understand new requirements, and dealing with market fluctuations.

The Energy practice group works together with other departments in our firm such as tax, real estate, administrative, banking and finance.

BGA represents large and mid-sized commercial clients in the environment of natural gas and other types of long-term energy projects, in Israel or abroad.

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Environmental law

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The firm represents the Ramat Hovav Industrial Local Council.

The representation includes accompanying and advising various council committees, including professional committees such as the Air Quality Committee; representing the Local Zoning Committee before various zoning institutions (National Council, Ministry of the Interior, District Committee and Appeals Committee); drafting contracts for the purchase of goods, services, employment agreements and tenders.

Advising and representing the council in transactions between it and external entities; representing the council before various governmental authorities, including governmental ministries, public institutions and other local councils; representing the council in litigation; providing ongoing advice on diverse subjects, such as labor law, wages, licensing, privacy laws, and taxation; drafting local ordinances and handling their  execution, collection matters, environmental matters and nuisance prevention, water matters, ordinance enforcement, etc.

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Water and agriculture

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The department is active in agriculture and water use, especially for cooperative organizations, including dozens of Kibbutzim and Moshavim, regional enterprises, councils and community settlements.

The representation covers the whole gambit of activities touching upon transactions in this field, including real estate transactions, expansion of settlement boundaries, promotion of investor contacts, promotion and carrying out of various agricultural lands projects, and zoning changes from agricultural land use to that of residential, commercial, industrial and tourist usage.
In some of the projects, the zoning change is accompanied by a collection of agreements, the establishment of cooperative societies and other legal entities, preparation of their charter documents, tax planning and contractual documents with various governmental bodies, including, primarily, the Israel Lands Administration. The department counsels its clients in the fields of planning and construction and taxation related to planning and carrying out the various transactions in which the clients are involved. The department’s attorneys specialize in laws relating to cooperative societies, and appear regularly at arbitrations pursuant thereto and in procedures before the Registrar of Cooperative Societies. In addition, our firm is engaged in representing many Kibbutzim and Moshavim in all their activities, through involvement with the activities of the societies and their organizations; handling the relationship between the organization and its members, and legal coverage for the secretaries of the Kibbutzim and Moshavim, arranging the relations between the cooperative society and the local committee; and preparing appropriate organizational documents for groups and committees.

The department specializes in reorganizations, mergers and acquisitions and the privatization of various cooperative societies and organizational structural changes, asset attributions and capital arrangements, while preserving the rights of the society’s members, and counsels its clients on all aspects related to managing the society’s businesses, including assisting many Kibbutzim in handling pensions and members’ assets.
The department’s attorneys also specialize in laws relating to water use and have been involved in various aspects of this subject for many years, including representing water societies in litigation against the State of Israel, as well as representing agricultural water consumers inter alia regarding their rights in Mekorot (the Israeli water company) and against the State of Israel. In this field, the department is engaged in litigation involving hundreds of millions of Israeli Shekels. The department represents and supports the planning and promotion of various projects in the fields of water, sewage and waste disposal, such as the establishment of a regional water authority to deal with maximizing water sources in that region, and facilities to pump and desalinize water, purify water, and return purified water to agricultural use. The department is also engaged in establishing enterprises for the operation of water purification facilities in various locations throughout Israel, enterprises for the establishment and operation of waste disposal plants, water desalination plantsand the like. The department’s activities in the foregoing field is based on an intimate knowledge of the water system in Israel, an understanding of the procedures that developed throughout the years, and identification of the objectives of water economics in Israel, in particular, and throughout the world, in general, as it relates to the environment, the use of limited resources, and especially water, while considering standards set nationally and by international treaties in these fields.

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Biotechnology

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BGA’s attorneys regularly advise clients (from some of the largest multinationals to start-ups) in the health, biotechnology and pharmaceutical industries on a wide variety of corporate and transactional matters.

The firm’s Intellectual Property, Commercial, Corporate and Tax Practice groups have developed substantial industry experience and work closely together to offer health industry clients a single integrated solution to address their legal needs.
The firm represented a multinational entity in the acquisition of an Israeli biotechnology company in a transaction, which, at the time, was the largest foreign investment in Israel.

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Securities

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We have broad experience in representing publicly traded corporations, national and regional brokerage firms, investment advisors, mutual funds, accounting firms, law firms and individuals affiliated with these entities in all aspects of securities litigation and regulatory matters, including serving as lead counsel in multi-district litigation, national securities class actions, tender offer litigation, alleged violations of insider trading rules and all varieties of broker-dealer litigation, including broker-customer arbitrations.

Our lawyers are called upon to bring their securities regulation experience to bear on counseling public companies and the securities industry. We advise public companies regarding financial reporting and other disclosure issues. We also assist clients in conducting internal corporate investigations.

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Banking and finance

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The firm’s Banking and Business Finance Practice group covers virtually all aspects of commercial lending. From the traditional commercial bank loan, to the latest form of securities, the firm offers “state of the art” experience and advice.

The firm understands the importance of providing high quality work product on a timely and efficient basis to its borrowing and lending clients, and strives through its lawyers and enhanced technology to meet those demands.

Many lawyers in the group also have significant experience in representing the firm’s major public and private company clients in the establishment of their borrowing and lending arrangements. As such, our lawyers maintain a good sense of “the market,” both domestically and internationally, which proves extremely helpful in the course of representing our client lenders and borrowers.

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Intellectual property

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Intellectual property rights are increasingly key to a company’s competitive position. Our lawyers practice in all areas of intellectual property law, including patents, trademarks, copyrights and trade secrets. The Intellectual Property department is a focused multi-office, multi-disciplinary team dedicated to delivering high quality legal counsel and value-added services to technology-driven clients.
We serve clients in numerous industries. We handle formal adversary proceedings involving these industries, as well as patent and trademark preparation, filling and prosecution. We also handle Patent and Trademark oppositions before the Patent and Trademark Registrar. We handle IP agreements and licensing.
The Intellectual Property department focuses on the protection and enforcement of property rights in technology and the businesses engaged in those activities. It includes representing clients before foreign and domestic government agencies and in various tribunals. Because Intellectual Property department members are active in technology-driven fields, the department delivers industry-specific practical knowledge, as well as technical knowledge. As a result, the Intellectual Property department provides clients with a sharp focus at the convergence of legal, industry and technical knowledge.
Our IP department is engaged in a net of IP service providers as well as Attorneys from all over the world.

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Real Estate

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The department handles a diverse range of property transactions, including land and project development, joint ventures, buying and selling, building services, land use and zoning, land improvement, banking and security for real estate projects, and leasing and management agreements.

The department is involved in both local and international real estate investments.
BGA represents developers and landowners, management companies, hotels, credit companies, municipalities, regional and local councils and zoning committees.
BGA is handling several major development transactions throughout Israel, involving thousands of housing units, including planning and land rezoning. The Firm is engaged in an innovative form of transaction in parts of Israel that will substantially enhance the value of designated land.
The office is heavily involved in planning and construction law matters.

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Arbitration

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A substantial portion of the largest commercial arbitrations in Israel take place in our offices before Judge Yishay Levit (retired), who  for many years served as district court judge in Tel-Aviv.
Other BGA partners also serve as arbitrators in many arbitrations, primarily in the commercial field.

The firm represents clients in numerous international arbitrations, the majority of them commercial, in Israel and all over the world.

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Commercial law

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The department handles transactions through every stage, from preparation, structuring, negotiations and due diligence to formulating and drafting contracts.
Advice is offered on corporate, contract, securities law, antitrust, government companies law, tenders law, mergers and acquisitions, public and private placements, privatization in Israel and abroad, administrative procedures and intellectual property rights.

BGA represented a US multinational corporation in the $450 million acquisition of a US-Israeli biotech company and an international company in a $500 million deal. It also represented one of Israel’s largest concerns in the acquisition of an insurance company, as well as was responsible for the reorganization of the entire legal structure of a major holding company and was responsible for a major transaction of a major Israeli airline.

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Areas of Expertise

Arbitrations
Administrative Law
Agricultural and Water Law
Bankruptcy and Insolvency Law
Civil Litigation
Civil Procedures
Commercial Litigation
Class Actions
Collective settlements
Commercial and business law
Commercial Law
Contract Law
Cooperative Societies
Corporate Law
Corporate Finance
Creditors Rights
Criminal Law - White Collar
Energy Law
Environmental Law
Estates and Trust
Financing
Health Care Compliance
Hi-Tech Companies
Insolvency
Insurance and Torts
Local Taxation Law
International  Taxation
International Trade and Transactions
Internet and E-Commerce
Intellectual property
Investment and trust
Infrastructure
Labor Law
Licensing
Litigation
Mediation
Mergers and Acquisitions
Mergers and Spin-offs
Negotiations
Notary Services
Non-Profit Organizations
Oil and Gas
Pharmaceutics
Planning and Zoning
Private International law
Privatization and Organizational Changes
Public Contract Law
Real Estate
Real Estate Taxation, Building, Planning and Zoning
Religious Orders
Reorganization
Solutions For Business in Distress
Property Tax
Taxation Law
Tourism and Development
Water
Zoning, Planning and Building Law