The Firm’s “I Believe” Motto – Professional and Human Excellence:
The Firm believes that its litigation advantage is attributed to professional and human excellence, personal attention, and deep familiarity with the cases handled by the professional team. Out of loyalty to these values, the Firm is careful to manage a relatively small number of cases, each case being handled by one partner, along with the professional team, from the strategy-building stage, through all decision-making stages and court appearances.
As a general rule, the Firm is committed to providing the highest level of service, with the personal and thorough involvement of the partners in each case.
The Professional Team:
The Firm’s professional staff is carefully selected, both professionally and personally. This is also the reason for the strong and exceptional coordination between the partners and the professional staff, allowing for dedicated case handling, with original and thorough thinking.
The prevailing atmosphere of the Firm has contributed significantly to the formation of the professional staff who mold together with much motivation and pride, with the primary goal being a victory in the cases that come to their care. The Firm is aware that the road to success is contingent upon providing uncompromising legal service, creativity and professional excellence at every stage. Only thus can its clients be given the best care, excellent results and victory in the cases.
Shared Interests with Clients:
The Firm handles its cases all the while creating a deep partnership of interests with its clients. The fee arrangements are varied and tailored to each case, including fee arrangements based on success. The different fee arrangements are guarantees for managing the commercial disputes in a creative and proactive manner, taking advantage of opportunities to bring the conflict to a successful conclusion even before the proceedings are exhausted. These arrangements also allow for re-examination at every stage of the case and form part of the same partnership of interests with the clients.
Attorney Yori Nehushtan, Co-Founding Partner was called to the Israel Bar in 1991, is recognized as one of Israel’s leading commercial litigation attorneys.
Yori Nehushtan was one of the founders of the Nehushtan, Zafran, Scharf, Yafe & Co. Law Firm, and previously practiced at Dr. J. Segev & Co. Attorney Yuri Nehushtan holds an LL.B. from the Hebrew University of Jerusalem and an LL.M. from the London School of Economics. Attorney Nehushtan has been active in commercial litigation for more than three decades. During this period, he has led hundreds of cases, large and complex, and has earned a reputation as an expert in commercial litigation. Attorney Nehushtan has represented many clients, both private and commercial, in a variety of transactions and fields. In 2018 he formed the Nehushtan Yogev & Co. Law Office together with Adi Yogev.
Attorney Adi Yogev, Co-Founding Partner, was called to the Israel Bar in 2002, specializes in commercial litigation. Adi Yogev was also a partner at Nehushtan, Zafran, Scharf, Yafe & Co. and previously served as an attorney in the commercial-civil litigation department at a leading firm in the field. Attorney Yogev holds an LL.B. from Tel Aviv University.
Adi Yogev is much experienced in representing private and business clients in a variety of commercial litigation cases, including complex contract disputes, corporate disputes, class actions, and liquidation proceedings. Under her care, the Firm’s clients receive the highest degree of professional representation and reliability, drawing upon knowledge, experience, and legal creativity.
In 2018, Attorney Adi Yogev, together with Attorney Yuri Nehushtan, founded the Nehushtan Yogev & Co. Law Office.
Attorney Shirley Avner was called to the Israel Bar in 2007, specializes in commercial litigation, and handles large-scale disputes adjudicated in various judicial instances and local authorities.
Shirley Avner joined the Firm in 2011, initially as part of Nehushtan, Zafran, Scharf, Yafe & Co. Prior, Attorney Shirley Avner served as a legal assistant to the Honorable Judge Shaul Mannheim at the Central District Court, after completing an internship at Rishon Le’Zion Magistrate’s Court. Attorney Shirley Avner holds an LL.B. with honors and an LL.M. from Tel Aviv University.
Attorney Gal Shabi was called to the Israel Bar in 2013, specializes in commercial litigation, and handles complex legal proceedings in a wide range of commercial civil law fields, adjudicated in various judicial instances.
Gal Shabi previously practiced at Nehushtan, Zafran, Scharf, Yafe & Co. Before joining, Attorney Shabi interned with the Ministry of Justice – Tel Aviv District Attorney’s Office. Attorney Shabi holds an LL.B. from Bar Ilan University.
Attorney Hadas Gerstein was called to the Israel Bar in 2016 and specializes in commercial litigation. Hadas Gerstein joined the Firm in 2016, after practicing law at Nehushtan, Zafran, Scharf, Yafe & Co. Attorney Gerstein holds an LL.B. from Bar Ilan University.
Attorney Ayelet Somech was called to the Israel Bar in 2016 and specializes in commercial litigation. Ayelet Somekh holds an LL.B from the College of Management’s academic track.
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