Administrative and White Collar Litigation Department
Adv. Mazor is the Head of the Administrative and White Collar Litigation Department.
Adv. Mazor specializes in managing complex disputes in the civil-commercial and administrative litigation fields, and possesses unique expertise in representing suspects and defendants in 'white collar' offenses.
In the field of civil law, Adv. Mazor provides ongoing legal counsel to his clients - corporations and executives - in large scale commercial disputes. He represents his clients before all courts and tribunals, as well as in alternative dispute settlement proceedings.
Over the years, Adv. Mazor accumulated significant experience and reputation in the 'white collar' field. He provides ongoing legal counsel to executives from the public and business sectors in investigations and legal proceedings related to money laundering offenses, environmental law, military offenses, international offenses, antitrust law, securities law, and more. Adv. Mazor possesses extensive experience in providing legal counsel to military and other security personnel relating to inquiry and review committees, and in their representation in proceedings related to security offenses.
Adv. Mazor possesses unique expertise in managing legal proceedings conducted in foreign countries. He works alongside local lawyers in cases relating to Israeli citizens and corporations, including extradition proceedings.
In recent years, Adv. Mazor was involved in managing multiple high-profile, complex legal proceedings which drew extensive public interest. Among his clients are leading Israeli and international corporations that operate in the infrastructure, real estate, defense, retail, and other sectors, as well as government owned companies and executives from the public sector.
Alongside his professional work, Adv. Mazor lectured on criminal law at Bar-Ilan University and Sha’arei Mishpat College, and occasionally lectures at professional seminars of the Israel Bar Association.
LL.B. (cum laude), Netanya Academic College, 2006
Israel Bar Association, 2007