Litigation - Real Estate

The firm possesses extensive experience relating to real estate disputes, including claims regarding planning and construction and real estate development, before all courts of law, arbitration tribunals, and various judicial and administrative committees. The firm’s legal teams possess significant insight and unique experience, acquired through the representation of government infrastructure entities, as well as of contractors, lending banks, and entrepreneurs from the private sector.

The firm’s attorneys represent real estate companies and corporations in various proceedings, including in tenants’ breach of contract claims or construction defect claims, in contractual disputes relating to real estate projects, in insolvency proceedings which include the acquisition of real estate, in partnership disputes relating to construction projects, and in landlord – tenant disputes relating to large scale real estate projects, including office and commercial real estate projects.

The firm’s attorneys represent clients in all statutory proceedings for the approval of master plans on all levels and committees, and provide ongoing consulting on licensing proceedings, objections, legal proceedings in appeal committees and in courts of law (administrative appeals and appeals to the Israel High Court of Justice) and in criminal proceedings in the planning and construction fields.







"The firm has notable disputes capabilities in areas such as taxation, internet and privacy law, and real estate."

The Legal 500 | 2020

"Primarily handles approvals for master zoning plans, licensing proceedings, and contentious matters including land expropriation and loss of value claims and tax disputes."

The Legal 500 | 2020

"The team leverages the wider capabilities of the firm to advise on contentious real estate issues."

Chambers & Partners | 2019

"Goldfarb Seligman & Co.’s deeply knowledgeable team excels in transactional and dispute resolution work."

The Legal 500 | 2016

"Has a prolific transactional practice, and works closely with other departments within the firm to advise on tax and litigation issues."

Chambers & Partners | 2013