“They do everything in a highly professional way, produce very thorough, quick work and have a good team that specialises in differen elements.”
– Chambers Global
“Very determined and successful – it conducts comprehensive background research and provides exemplary client service.”
– Chambers Global
Shibolet & Co.’s pre-eminent litigation practice handles some of the highest profile and most sophisticated commercial litigation cases in Israel. We have particular expertise in representing Israeli and international clients in highly complex, multi-jurisdictional cases.
We handle a wide array of matters efficiently and cost-effectively, and determine if litigation can be avoided at the earliest stage. Our highly skilled and experienced trial attorneys appear before all courts and all levels of the civil court system, and in mediation and arbitration proceedings.
Business disputes: We have vast experience in legal proceedings involving business contracts from a broad range of disciplines such as; corporations, substantive and procedural international law, commercial law, banking, insurance, communications, technology, environmental law, tenders, antitrust issues, M&A’s, torts, administrative law, professional responsibility, intellectual property, defamation, real estate, taxes and class actions.
Claims and class actions: We regularly handle monetary claims and other actions to obtain varied measures of relief such as; injunctions, declaratory judgments, debt claims, mandatory injunctions, actions against administrative bodies, as well as other types of interim measures.
Class actions: We are widely regarded as a leading firm in class actions, having been involved a substantial number of the largest and highest profile class actions in Israel in recent years.
Insolvency: We represent creditors, directors, shareholders, companies and debtors in dissolution proceedings, liquidations, receiverships and stays of proceedings. We also serve as liquidators and receivers.
Our broad range of blue-chip clients include multinationals, public and private companies, banks and financial institutions, insurance companies, venture capital funds, governmental departments, board members’ and shareholders, entrepreneurs and other private individuals.