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Practice area: Commercial, Corporate & M&A


Lilach is a graduate of the College of Management Academic Studies in Rishon Le Zion, Israel, where she received her LL.B. and B.A. in Business Management in 2001. She graduated both degrees Cum Laude.  Lilach obtained her LL.M. from Fordham University School of Law in 2003 where she graduated Cum Laude from the Finance, Banking and Corporate division. Lilach speaks English, Hebrew, and conversational French.

Languages: English, Hebrew

Phone: +1-212-244 4111 ext. 303


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Lilach Chemtob is Of Counsel to the New York office. Lilach began her legal career in Israel in 2001 and joined Shiboleth in early 2004.  At the inception of her legal career, Lilach worked as an attorney, pending admission, at the private firm of Weinberg-Doron where she specialized in commercial, contracts and real estate law.  Upon her arrival to NY in late 2002, Lilach completed her LLM degree at Fordham School of Law.

Lilach currently practices tax law (local, State, Federal and International taxation), corporate counseling, mergers & acquisitions, commercial law, contractual work, estate administration, wills and trusts, real estate transactions (purchases, acquisitions and leasing) and condominium law (conversions and preparations of offering plans). Lilach is mainly involved in representing Israeli and American clients and assisting them in their business dealings in the United States and business transactions worldwide.

Additionally, Lilach was a staff member of her law schools’ law review journals in both Israel and New York and took a major part in editing and preparing for publication the “Book of Shamgar”, a special project encompassing several legal articles in honor of the retired Israel’s Supreme Court Justice, Meir Shamgar.

Lilach is a certified Mediator working in conjunction with Shollem, an alternative dispute resolution center for Israelis in New York.
Lilach is a member of the New York State Bar Association and the Israel Bar Association.

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