|Address||, 22 Rivlin St., Jerusalem 9424018 31 Hilel St., P.O.B. 69, Jerusalem 9458131 Azrieli Square Tower Tel Aviv 6702501 16 Abba Hillel Silver St., Ramat Gan 5250608 - View Map|
|Phone||03-6087777, 03-6087999, 02-6239239, 02-6239200|
|Fax||03-6087724, 03-6087902, 02-6239233, 02-6239236|
Yigal Arnon (1929-2014)
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Throughout our history, clients have turned to our firm when seeking professionalism, impeccable service and unsurpassed integrity in helping to resolve complex and challenging legal problems. With our collaborative practice groups, we combine the expertise of a specialty boutique practice with the advantages of a well-resourced multidisciplinary law firm. Our astute business judgment and reputation for achieving results have led us to attract and retain high-profile clients, demanding cases and exceptional lawyers.
We continue to build on the legacy of our founder, Yigal Arnon (1929 – 2014), and pride ourselves on the three pillars of our practice: distinction, dedication and dignity. Together, they serve as the foundation for our passion for outstanding client service.
Yigal Arnon & Co. provides a full range of legal services. We are a ‘one stop shop’ to an extensive client base, including Fortune 500 and other global companies, local and foreign financial institutions, venture capital and private equity funds, real estate companies, startups, investor groups, government entities and individuals.
Our clients include leaders in a wide array of industries: from technology and life sciences, banking and finance, insurance, commercial and residential real estate development and construction, traditional and cutting-edge telecommunications to energy and infrastructure, media, entertainment, fintech, sports, education, hotels and tourism, consumer products and transportation.
Our teams of lawyers fully up to speed, constantly monitoring industry developments and closely tracking technological trends, include those involving cryptocurrencies, artificial intelligence, augmented and virtual reality, smart mobility, drones, 3D printing and cybersecurity – to name just a few.
A significant portion of our practice is conducted in the global arena. We act as lead counsel in many international transactions, including mergers and acquisitions, joint ventures and other strategic alliances, venture capital and private equity transactions and public and private financings. We also have a global practice in litigation, corporate and debt restructuring, and in banking, distributorship, franchising and real estate matters.
In addition, we provide comprehensive counseling on a wide range of regulatory, risk management, compliance, privacy and data protection issues – as they affect our clients both domestically and internationally.
Although our firm is particularly active in the United States, United Kingdom and Europe, we also have a dedicated Far East practice which has vast experience in China, Japan and India. Moreover, we are also sought-after counsel for client businesses in Australia and other countries throughout the world.
As a leading law firm, Yigal Arnon & Co. prides itself in its commitment to the community. We often provide our services pro bono, assisting non-profit organizations and offering advice to underprivileged individuals. A few years ago, the Israel Bar Association founded ‘Schar Mitzvah’, a national pro bono legal assistance program. Our founder, Yigal Arnon, led the program, and our firm stands committed to it ever since. We have also been working for 15 years with another NGO called “A Different Lesson” in which many of our lawyers and employees mentor two classes of underprivileged children, teaching them about various legal and social matters. The firm also runs a policy for donations, matching any contribution made by an employee to any social purpose (education, health, welfare, culture).
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יחסי שליחות מתקיימים כאשר צד א’ – השולח, המייפה את כוחו של צד ב’ – השלוח, לפעול בשמו ובעבורו. כך לדוגמא, במקום בו אייל לא מעוניין כי ידעו כי הוא בעל מניות בחברה, הוא מבקש מדודי להחזיק את מניותיו בעבורו.
מוסד השליחות הוסדר בישראל במסגרת חוק השליחות, תשכ”ה-1965 (להלן: “החוק”) . החוק קובע בין היתר כי כל פעולה משפטית שאין הכרח מהותי או חובה על-פי דין לבצעה באופן אישי, כשרה לשמש כנושא לשליחות.