Yigal Arnon & Co. is ranked 'Tier 1 – Leading/Dominant' in 15 practices: Corporate/M&A, Hi-tech, Capital Markets, International Commercial Law, Class Actions, Commercial Litigation, Banking & Finance, Real estate, Construction, Project Finance, Energy & Infrastructure, Tax, Administrative Law, Environment, Insurance, Local Authorities; and is ranked 'Tier 2 - Leading' in 4 practices: Competition/Antitrust, Restructuring & Insolvency, Telecommunications, and Intellectual property.
Advocates Eliran Furman, Peter Sugarman & Guy Lachmann represented Bank Hapoalim in a NIS 400 million financing for the expansion of the Palmachim desalination plant, owned and operated by Granite Hacarmel (part of the Azrieli Group). The transaction involved a complex array of loans, debentures and guarantees, and required the preparation of the various project agreements, involving the construction and maintenance of the expanded facility.
Yigal Arnon & Co. along with Bank Hapoalim and BDO hosted the conference "Business in Jerusalem - 2012: Management and Groundwork in a Dynamic Environment". David Shapiro and Amnon Lorch lectured at the conference.
IFLR 2012 edition top ranks Yigal Arnon & Co. in the four practices it covers in Israel, placing the firm as one of the top 2 leading firms in Israel.
The firm is ranked 'Tier 1' in Mergers & Acquisitions, Banking & Finance, and Project Finance, and ' Tier 2' in Capital Markets.
BDI 2011 edition top ranks Yigal Arnon & Co. in 15 practice areas, recognizing the firm as one of the leading firms in Israel. The firm is ranked 'Tier 1' in: Corporate/M&A, Hi-tech, Capital Markets, International Commercial Law, Class Actions, Banking & Financial Services, Real estate, Projects & Energy, Administrative Law and Environment; ' Tier 2' in Commercial Litigation, Insolvency & Restructuring, Competition/Antitrust, Telecommunications, and Tax.
Dun & Bradstreet researched 750 law firms in Israel by practice area and ranked Yigal Arnon & Co. as a "leading law firm" (Tier 1) in twelve of the most important practice areas: Mergers & Acquisitions; High-Tech; Real Estate & Construction; Project Finance & Infrastructure; Tax; International Commercial; Banking; Capital Markets & Public Offerings; Commercial Litigation; Class Actions; Administrative Law; and Debt Restructuring. Unlike other D&B rankings, which are based merely on size or number of lawyers, this survey was based on quality.