Jeremy Benjamin

Jeremy Benjamin


Corporate, Administrative and Class Action Litigation Department

Adv. Benjamin is a partner and Deputy Department Head of the Corporate, Administrative and Class Action Litigation Department. Adv. Benjamin handles litigation regarding general contract disputes, corporate transactions and shareholder disputes, investment funds, distribution and agency agreements, and matters regarding international jurisdiction, enforcement, and international arbitration.

Adv. Benjamin represents companies in insolvency proceedings, including executives who have been sued in the insolvency proceedings. In addition, Adv. Benjamin advises clients regarding the licensing of encryption products with the Israel Ministry of Defense.

Adv. Benjamin's clients include Israeli and foreign companies active in the hi-tech, finance, aviation, automotive and defense sectors. 

Adv. Benjamin served in the past on the audit committee of the Association for Civil Rights in Israel. Currently, Adv. Benjamin is a member of the International Arbitration Committee, the International Litigation Committee, and the Middle East Committee of the American Bar Association (Section on International Law). 


LL.M. (magna cum laude), Tel Aviv University in cooperation with the University of California, Berkeley, 2008

M.A. (magna cum laude), History, Tel Aviv University, 1999

LL.B., Tel Aviv University, 1997

B.A. (magna cum laude), History and International Relations, Brown University, 1988


Bar Admission

Israel Bar Association, 1997



Israel chapter in Dispute Resolution 2014 (co-authored with Nurit Heinrich-Asher)*

"Terminating An Agency Agreement With An Israeli Sales Agent: When the Contract May Not Come First", in the Newsletter of the International Commercial Transactions, Franchising and Distribution Committee of the Section of International Law of the American Bar Association, Summer 2013 (co-authored with Shirley Dloomy) 


* Reproduced with permission from Law Business Research Ltd. This article was first published in Getting the Deal Through - Dispute Resolution June 2014 (contributing editor: Simon Bushell, Latham & Watkins) at