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Advocate Tamar Dolev-Green is a partner in the firm and co-head of the firm’s competition team. Tamar specialises in competition law, administrative law, regulation and communications law and she has been repeatedly elected by Chambers and Partners as one of the leading competition law practitioners in Israel.
Tamar received her degrees in law and economics from the University of Haifa (LLB 1999, BA economics 2000) and Complutense University, Madrid (European Masters in Law and Economics (EMLE), 2000). Tamar was admitted to the Israel bar in 2001.
Prior to her current position at ECO&GK, Tamar was a senior attorney at the Israeli Antitrust Authority (2001 to 2005), where, inter alia, she was responsible for the telecommunications sector in the legal department of the authority, represented the antitrust commissioner in front of the Antitrust Tribunal and served as the legal counsel’s representative in the authority’s tender committee.
Tamar has published numerous professional articles on antitrust and competition law and, inter alia, she is co-author of the chapter on Israel in The Private Competition Enforcement Review (Law Business Research, 2008).
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