Largest merger of law firms in Israel: Yigal Arnon & Co. and Tadmor Levy merge

Largest merger of law firms in Israel: Yigal Arnon & Co. and Tadmor Levy merge

Largest merger of law firms in Israel: Yigal Arnon & Co. and Tadmor Levy merge

We are delighted to announce that the law firms of Yigal Arnon and Tadmor Levy are merging. The merger was announced on Wednesday, March 16, 2022, and will soon become effective.
 
With more than 420 lawyers and interns, the merged firm of Yigal Arnon – Tadmor Levy will be the third largest law firm in Israel.  It will be managed by an executive committee and management team comprised of representatives from both firms.
                     
The merged firm’s particular strengths include mergers and acquisitions, hi-tech, litigation, real estate, banking and commercial law. Leading practice areas also include competition and antitrust, project finance and energy, insolvency, zoning and planning, capital markets and securities, regulation, life sciences, taxation, labor law, sport law, private wealth, environmental law, municipal law and taxation, payment systems, telecom and media, aviation, transportation, and homeland security.
 
The synergy of the two firms creates a strong force on the Israeli legal scene.  In announcing the merger, the merged firm’s management said: “This is Israel’s largest ever law firm merger. Our 420 lawyers and interns, 140 of whom are partners, provide our clients with the most sophisticated and professional legal advice in Israel.  The merger places Yigal Arnon – Tadmor Levy at the forefront of Israel’s law firms. Our merged firm, benefiting from the strength of its core practices and its other wide-ranging best-of-class practice groups will provide outstanding legal service to our numerous clients in Israel and abroad, and will present our lawyers and the lawyers who will join our ranks with extraordinary challenges and opportunities.
 
The merged firm will continue to be located at its current offices in Tel Aviv and Jerusalem.

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