Transportation Infrastructure

Our firm possesses unique expertise in advising on transportation infrastructure projects. Our attorneys accumulated significant experience in advising some of Israel’s largest transportation projects in recent years, including planning and construction of complex transportation projects located within a dense urban core. Over the years, our firm provided ongoing counsel throughout the development and construction of dozens of large scale transportation projects across Israel.

Our firm provides legal counsel to leading local and international infrastructure companies with regard to various transportation infrastructure projects in Israel and abroad, including roads, rail tracks, tunnels, light rails, bridges, ports, and more.

Our legal teams provide comprehensive, ongoing counsel to clients throughout all stages of the transportation infrastructure project – from the initial tender proceedings, through representation before regulatory authorities and advising on planning, finance and statutory proceedings, to ongoing counsel on the operational phase of the project.

Our attorneys provide multi-disciplinary counsel to Israel’s largest public and private companies, as well as leading international corporations, advising on diverse matters ranging from finance, regulation and real estate to tax, planning and construction, antitrust, environmental law, commercial law, contact law and more.

In addition, the 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.