Litigation - Infrastructure and Construction

Our firm possesses extensive experience and expertise regarding infrastructure and construction related disputes, in Israel and abroad, including claims relating to planning, construction and development of real estate and infrastructure. Our legal teams represent clients before all courts and tribunals, as well as in arbitration proceedings and before judicial and administrative committees. Our attorneys accumulated unique experience and a broad perspective by representing both government companies and various entities from the private sector, including contractors, developers and accompanying banks.

In this capacity, our legal teams represent infrastructure and construction corporations in various proceedings, such as disputes with the state and local authorities in Israel and abroad, including claims in connection with project planning or licensing procedures, financial claims, tax disputes and disputes in connection with real estate rights; contractual disputes in connection with real estate and infrastructure projects; court proceedings or arbitration proceedings against contractors, developers and suppliers; partner disputes; engineering claims (exceptions claims); claims for alleged damages; and more.

In addition, our firm provides comprehensive legal counsel to government infrastructure companies in land expropriation proceedings, eviction claims, compensation claims and loss of value claims in connection with planning and construction procedures for complex infrastructure projects across the country.

The vast experience accumulated by our legal teams in representing clients in various litigation proceedings, both in Israel and abroad, provides them with a unique, in-depth understanding of the field. This legal understanding, together with the attorneys’ business insight, enables the attorneys to tailor their legal services to each case, striving to resolve disputes in the shortest amount of time while utilizing the most advanced and creative legal tools.