Bar-Kahan, Zigenlaub & Co.

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Established: 2017
Address: 5 Azrieli Center (Square Tower, 26th Floor)
Tel Aviv 6702101
Phone: 972-3-6962999
Fax: 972-3-6966191
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  • Dr. Roy Bar-Kahan, Bar-Kahan, Zigenlaub & Co.

    Dr. Roy Bar-Kahan


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    Dr. Roy Bar-Kahan
  • Israel Zigenlaub, Bar-Kahan, Zigenlaub & Co.

    Israel Zigenlaub


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    Israel Zigenlaub
  • Tzahi  I. Yagur, Bar-Kahan, Zigenlaub & Co.

    Tzahi I. Yagur


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  • Gitit Rosenfeld Berger, Bar-Kahan, Zigenlaub & Co.

    Gitit Rosenfeld Berger


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  • Klara  Fonarov, Bar-Kahan, Zigenlaub & Co.

    Klara Fonarov


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About Bar-Kahan, Zigenlaub & Co.

Bar-Kahan, Zigenlaub & Co. is a law firm whose partners have outstanding reputations and extensive experience in the fields of civil and commercial law. The firm specializes in commercial litigation in all courts of law and provides counsel to corporations and businesspeople in all areas of civil-commercial law. The firm represents leading companies in different sectors (including energy and infrastructure, industry, commerce, retail, high-tech, entrepreneurs and contractors etc.), and handles complex litigation cases in every field of civil law. The firm represents and counsels corporations and businesspeople in Israel and abroad in their ongoing business pursuits, as well as in complex business transactions such as mergers and acquisitions, and lawsuits in various courts of law (litigation).

About the Firm

Bar-Kahan, Zigenlaub & Co. is a boutique law firm comprising approximately 11 lawyers, five of whom are partners. The firm’s current partners are Dr. Roy Bar-Kahan, Israel Zigenlaub, Tzahi Yagur, Gitit Rosenfeld-Berger and Klara Fonarov. The firm is located in the Azrieli Center (Square Tower, 26th floor), Tel Aviv.

Professional Distinction and Values

Professionalism, excellence and creativity – The firm specializes in personal and personalized treatment for each client, in complex legal proceedings that require the highest level of pro-fessionalism, in a creative and original manner and according to the specific circumstances of each case.
Availability, commitment and dedication – One of the firm’s core values is its full commitment and dedication to its clients. Its legal staff is always available and the firm is committed to expending every effort in order to provide its clients the best, fastest and most efficient service.
Integrated legal counsel according to a broad business approach – In order to provide ongoing counsel for the clients’ business activities, the firm’s partners are involved on a daily basis in their clients’ strategic-business plans. This involvement provides added value, and helps clients move forward with business activities in a complex legal environment while avoiding legal risks.

About the Partners

Adv. Dr. Roy Bar-Kahan – 23 years of experience in commercial litigation and law, and a member of the Israel Bar Association since 1994. LL.B. LL.M. and J.S.D. from the Faculty of Law, Tel Aviv University. Dr. Bar-Kahan is an expert in litigation and counseling companies and individuals in commercial law, contract law, corporate law, real estate transactions, liquidations and receivership, creditor settlements, bankruptcies and labor law – with a special expertise in banking and guarantees. Dr. Bar-Kahan frequently lectures at Tel Aviv University, Bar-Ilan University, IDC Herzliya and the College of Management. He also lectures at the Institute for Advanced Judicial Studies, the Institute for Advanced Legal Studies, the Ministry of Justice and the Israel Bar Association (courses and training seminars on business law, contract law, banking law, guarantees, collateral and deeds). He is a mediator and a member of the Israeli Arbitration Institute; chairperson of the Property Tax and Compensation Fund Appeals Committee, Jerusalem; and author of the books “Guarantees” and “Guarantor Protection Laws,” and of many legal articles.
Adv. Israel Zigenlaub – 17 years of commercial law and litigation experience. Member of the Israel Bar Association since 2000. LL.B. (with honors), Faculty of Law, Bar-Ilan University; interned at the Supreme Court. Adv. Zigenlaub specializes in commercial litigation in the following fields: contracts, corporate law, administrative and constitutional law, real estate and tenders. He is an expert negotiator who has handled a wide range of complex commercial transactions, including those involving administrative and regulatory authorities. He has particular expertise in the fields of energy and infrastructure, and was a lecturer on contract law and the author of articles in legal journals.
Adv. Tzahi Yagur – One of Israel’s prominent antitrust experts, Adv. Yagur leads the firm’s activities in antitrust law, market centralization and competition. Adv. Yagur represents leading Israeli corporations in cases related to monopolies, binding agreements, mergers, market centralization and internal enforcement and compliance issues, in administrative, civil and criminal proceedings and in class actions and private antitrust lawsuits. He also provides counsel and legal opinions on antitrust and centralization issues. In addition to his principal occupation, he practices commercial law and litigation, including administrative law, RFT (including BOT-PFI), corporate law, class actions, representation of foreign companies in Israel and Israeli companies abroad, M&A, high-tech, insurance and torts and ongoing counsel to corporations.
Adv. Gitit Rosenfeld-Berger – LL.B., Faculty of Law, Hebrew University of Jerusalem. Member of Israel Bar Association since 2007. Adv. Rosenfeld-Berger specializes in commercial litigation as well as in contract, corporate, energy, retail and wholesale, administrative and constitutional law, real estate and tenders. She counsels complex negotiations and handles varied commercial transactions, and has particular expertise in energy and infrastructure law, as well as in retail commerce.
Adv. Klara Fonarov – LL.B., LL.M. (with honors), Tel Aviv University. Member of the Israeli Bar As-sociation since 2012. Adv. Fonarov specializes in civil-commercial law, including banking, guarantees, corporate law, commercial contracts and transactions, and litigation.

Areas of Expertise

Commercial Litigation – Representing clients and managing complex legal disputes and proceedings in all fields of commercial law and in all courts of law, contract disputes, corporate disputes, various claims related to banking and guarantees, procedures related to infra-structure and various contracting projects, receivership and liquidation, class action suits, cases involving antitrust issues, administrative proceedings and real estate disputes, adminis-trative and civil proceedings in the field of building planning and construction, worker disputes, municipal tax issues, etc.
Transactions and Business Procedures – Providing counsel and managing negotiations for different types of deals.
Corporate Legal Counsel – Ongoing legal/business counsel for corporations.
Energy and Infrastructure – The firm has special expertise in all legal issues pertaining to energy and infrastructure.
Antitrust – Representing leading corporations on issues related to antitrust issues.
Banking, Mortgages, Guarantees and Repayment Plans – The firm handles negotiations and debt restructuring with banks
Retail Commerce – The firm represents both private and publicly-owned retail businesses in various negotiations and transactions


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