Vered Ben- Simon
Heli Ben Shitrit
Lev-Koren, Shoshani, Zini, Benaim Law Office is unique in Israel’s northern landscape and integrates innovative, fresh and ground-breaking legal thinking, alongside uncompromising legal professionalism, while integrating and weighing the economic and business aspects of every issue brought to the Firm’s attention.
The Firm is exceptional in its approach of “out of the box” analysing and acting – both in creative, sharp and focused formulation of agreements and transactions, and in an ongoing consultation based on cooperation and brainstorming by the Firm’s staff and clients, and in the meticulous, strategic, innovative and creative planning and management of cases at the various judicial instances.
The Firm’s professional staff works hand-in-hand with the client and takes part in all phases of any legal process, all based on understanding the benefits of client’s involvement in its affairs, mutual productivity and unique and personal service.
Real Estate Practice
Lev-Koren, Shoshani, Zini, Benaim has the requisite experience in all aspects of real estate law in Israel.
The Real Estate Department works on thousands of real estate transactions each year, including with entrepreneurs and contractors on new projects, urban renewals [with entrepreneurs and contractors, and owners of existing apartments], the sale and purchase transactions of real estate properties, combination transactions, purchase groups, “Price per Occupant” transactions, transactions involving the Israel Land Authority, consulting and handling of real estate taxation issues, project financing transactions with banks and other financing entities, mortgage services, registration services and/or amendments to the joint housing registry, etc.
The Firm has been selected as a “Recommended Office” by the Association for Housing of the Haifa District.
The Firm provides legal counsel to an entrepreneurial company that carried out the most significant “evacuation-re construction” project in the city of Nahariya, in the framework of which many housing units were demolished, and some 200 new housing units were built, which are now being delivered to their owners. This project is among the few projects in “evacuation-reconstruction” in general, and in the country’s north in particular. In addition, the Firm provides legal counsel for TAMA 38 projects, in all its stages and issues, whether in the representation of tenants or in the representation of entrepreneurs for the exploitation of rights under TAMA 38 [demolition and rebuilding of buildings or by strengthening existing structures and using rights granted by virtue of TAMA 38], while planning the appropriate changes for the tenants against the grant of building rights to the entrepreneur.
The Litigation Department combines an innovative and ground-breaking legal approach along with uncompromising professionalism while ensuring that the partners, lawyers, interns, and clients are involved in the effort to map every case and plan a precise and meticulous strategy for its management, all for the most desirable legal outcome.
The Litigation Department handles hundreds of court cases each year, including those at the Magistrate’s Court, the Land Commissioner, the District Court, civil appeals, administrative petitions, the Supreme Court and the High Court of Justice.
The Firm specializes in comprehensive business counsel and provides a legal framework and additional services to business clients, entrepreneurs, start-up companies, and more. The Firm provides start-up and registration services for companies, non-profit organizations and partnerships, and ongoing legal advice, commercial agreements, international support, crisis resolution, and more.
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