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Naschitz Brandes Amir & Co.

Law Firm

Profile

Founding Year 1957
Address 5 Tuval St., Tel-Aviv 6789717 16 Pal-Yam Av., Beit Sha'arei Mishpat, Haifa 3309523 - View Map
Phone 03-6235000, 04-8644433
Fax 03-6235005, 04-8644433
Email [email protected]
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Company Website www.nblaw.com
   

Managers

Jonathan Feuchtwanger, Partner, Naschitz Brandes Amir & Co.

Jonathan Feuchtwanger

Partner

sharon amir, Senior Partner, Naschitz Brandes Amir & Co.

sharon amir

Senior Partner

Tal  Eliasaf, Managing Partner, Naschitz Brandes Amir & Co.

Tal Eliasaf

Managing Partner

Yoav Razin, Partner, Naschitz Brandes Amir & Co.

Yoav Razin

Partner

Shmuel Lechner, Partner, Naschitz Brandes Amir & Co.

Shmuel Lechner

Partner

Tuvia Geffen, Partner, Naschitz Brandes Amir & Co.

Tuvia Geffen

Partner

Einat Rosu, Partner, Naschitz Brandes Amir & Co.

Einat Rosu

Partner

Gil Atar, Partner, Naschitz Brandes Amir & Co.

Gil Atar

Partner

Asher Assis, Partner, Naschitz Brandes Amir & Co.

Asher Assis

Partner

About Naschitz Brandes Amir & Co.


As one of the largest and most prominent full-service law firms in Israel, Naschitz Brandes Amir provides local and international clients with a full spectrum of legal services in the areas of commercial and civil law.

The firm specializes in mergers and acquisitions, hi-tech, and capital markets and offers market-leading services in the areas of commercial and civil litigation, real estate, torts and insurance, labor law, competition
and antitrust, administrative law, taxes, intellectual property, privacy and cyber, class actions, restructuring and insolvency, environment, white collar and more.
At the end of 2021 and during the first months of 2022, Nashitz Brands Amir has welcomed into its ranks a number of attorneys to further strengthen its collective capabilities and expand the range of its legal services. First, joined Lamay Sider Rahat Tsiddon Fink, a law office with extensive experience in the agricultural settlement sector (kibbutzim and collective settlements), communications & media, information technology (IT), energy & infrastructure and medical cannabis, with key practice areas in complex transactions, commercial law, litigation, planning and construction, real estate, and more. In the following months, partner Sally Gillis along with the team of six attorneys and patent attorneys joined the firm’s Intellectual Property practice and immediately after, partner Nadia Davidzon joined Naschitz Brandes Amir as Head of the Energy & Project Finance department.
Naschitz Brandes Amir counts over 260 legal professionals (230 of whom are attorneys) and represents some of the largest and most highly regarded companies, investment funds, entrepreneurs and investors in Israel and around the world.
Naschitz Brandes Amir is routinely recognized by international ranking guides, including Chambers Global, Legal500 and IFLR1000. In 2015 and 2018, the firm was awarded the prestigious title of “Legal Adviser of the Year in the Field of Mergers and Acquisitions” by MergerMarket Research Institute, and in recent years, has been regularly ranked among the leading Israeli law firms in the field of M&A in Israel. In 2021, Naschitz Brandes Amir received the inaugural “Israel Law Firm of the Year” award by Asian Legal Business of Thomson Reuters. In addition, the firm’s practices and attorneys are consistently recognized by such local ranking guides as BDI Code and Dun’s100.
The firm maintains collaborative relationship with entrepreneurship programs of the 8200 Unit alumni, including EISP – Entrepreneurship and Innovation Support Program, the first accelerator program established in Israel, 8200 Impact, and the 8200 for Small Businesses program.

Main Areas of Practice:
Commercial Law, Mergers and Acquisitions: As one of the leading law firms in the field of M&A in Israel, Naschitz Brandes Amir plays a key role in developing strategies for complex mergers and acquisitions across a wide range of international and domestic M&A transactions. The firm’s lawyers are among the most experienced and skilled in Israel, having acted as buy-side or sell-side advisors in many public and private M&A transactions in the Israeli market in the last few years, including some of the largest deals ever undertaken Israel. The firm also has significant expertise in all aspects of commercial law, including intellectual property, cyber and privacy, competition and antitrust, taxes, and more.

The firm specializes in mergers and acquisitions, hi-tech, and capital markets and offers market-leading services in the areas of commercial and civil litigation, real estate, torts and insurance, labor law, competition
and antitrust, administrative law, taxes, intellectual property, privacy and cyber, class actions, restructuring and insolvency, environment, white collar and more.
At the end of 2021 and during the first months of 2022, Nashitz Brands Amir has welcomed into its ranks a number of attorneys to further strengthen its collective capabilities and expand the range of its legal services. First, joined Lamay Sider Rahat Tsiddon Fink, a law office with extensive experience in the agricultural settlement sector (kibbutzim and collective settlements), communications & media, information technology (IT), energy & infrastructure and medical cannabis, with key practice areas in complex transactions, commercial law, litigation, planning and construction, real estate, and more. In the following months, partner Sally Gillis along with the team of six attorneys and patent attorneys joined the firm’s Intellectual Property practice and immediately after, partner Nadia Davidzon joined Naschitz Brandes Amir as Head of the Energy & Project Finance department.
Naschitz Brandes Amir counts over 260 legal professionals (230 of whom are attorneys) and represents some of the largest and most highly regarded companies, investment funds, entrepreneurs and investors in Israel and around the world.
Naschitz Brandes Amir is routinely recognized by international ranking guides, including Chambers Global, Legal500 and IFLR1000. In 2015 and 2018, the firm was awarded the prestigious title of “Legal Adviser of the Year in the Field of Mergers and Acquisitions” by MergerMarket Research Institute, and in recent years, has been regularly ranked among the leading Israeli law firms in the field of M&A in Israel. In 2021, Naschitz Brandes Amir received the inaugural “Israel Law Firm of the Year” award by Asian Legal Business of Thomson Reuters. In addition, the firm’s practices and attorneys are consistently recognized by such local ranking guides as BDI Code and Dun’s100.
The firm maintains collaborative relationship with entrepreneurship programs of the 8200 Unit alumni, including EISP – Entrepreneurship and Innovation Support Program, the first accelerator program established in Israel, 8200 Impact, and the 8200 for Small Businesses program.

Main Areas of Practice:
Commercial Law, Mergers and Acquisitions: As one of the leading law firms in the field of M&A in Israel, Naschitz Brandes Amir plays a key role in developing strategies for complex mergers and acquisitions across a wide range of international and domestic M&A transactions. The firm’s lawyers are among the most experienced and skilled in Israel, having acted as buy-side or sell-side advisors in many public and private M&A transactions in the Israeli market in the last few years, including some of the largest deals ever undertaken Israel. The firm also has significant expertise in all aspects of commercial law, including intellectual property, cyber and privacy, competition and antitrust, taxes, and more.
Capital Markets: Naschitz Brandes Amir boasts one of Israel’s leading Securities and Capital Markets practices, providing legal advice to global and domestic companies, issuers, underwriters and shareholders on a wide range of issues, including IPOs, secondary offerings, equity, convertible and debt securities offerings, tender offers, public disclosure and reporting, corporate governance and other regulatory matters.
The firm has unparalleled experience representing Israeli issuers, shareholders and global investment banks and underwriters in cross-border securities offerings of Israeli companies on NASDAQ, the NYSE, the LSE and the TASE, whether SEC-registered, Reg S or Rule 144A offerings. We provide ongoing advice on all regulatory matters to Israeli companies whose securities are traded in the U.S. and Europe, as well as to many “dual listed” companies whose shares are traded both, in the U.S. and on the TASE.
Hi-tech and Venture Capital: Naschitz Brandes Amir has a long-standing reputation in the field of hi-tech and venture capital and is recognized among founders, entrepreneurs, mature and emerging technology companies, start-ups, as well as angels and venture capital funds, corporate strategic investors
and other institutional investors. The firm crafts innovative, cost-effective
and practical solutions for established and emerging companies in areas ranging from venture capital, public offerings, M&A and strategic relationships, to intellectual property, litigation and dispute resolution, taxation, antitrust, employment law and more.
Commercial Litigation: The firm has experience, depth and breadth of knowledge in the areas of commercial litigation, including corporate, commercial, securities, antitrust, class actions, labor law, administrative litigation, real estate, white collar, intellectual property and more. The firm handles highly significant cases, Including mega lawsuits for some of the largest entities in the Israeli economy. The firm has extensive experience representing local
and multinational clients in complex international commercial disputes before courts in Israel and abroad, including the Supreme Court, arbitrations
and mediations in civil and commercial cases of all types and degrees.
Real Estate: The firm specializes in providing comprehensive support in complex real estate projects of all types and scopes, including commercial construction, planning and zoning, urban renewal (TAMA 38 and Pinuy Binuy), residential construction, tenders and national infrastructures, Including BOT projects, real estate redevelopment projects, expropriation proceedings, project financing, and more. The firm represents a variety of clients ranging from real estate entrepreneurs to government companies, contractors, entities in the agricultural sector, private clients, and financial institutions.
Insurance and Torts: The firm’s expertise in the field of insurance and torts covers a wide range of legal issues, such as large scale property claims, product liability claims, environmental torts, toxic torts, medical and professional malpractice, maritime and aviation torts, bodily injuries, mass damages, and more. The firm handles claims associated with the largest disasters that have occurred in Israel. Naschitz Brandes Amir represents most of the Israeli insurance companies as well as many reinsurers. The firm also represents dozens of foreign insurance companies for damages and insurance claims each year, totaling hundreds of millions of dollars.
The firm has a long tradition of public service and pro-bono advocacy contributing to social, welfare and cultural causes. The partners and lawyers of the firm are active members of the Israel Bar Association, and are involved in initiatives related to the legal profession.

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