Ms Eyal-Boger, head of FBC’s competition and antitrust department, is one of Israel’s leading antitrust practitioners. She specialises in all aspects of competition and antitrust matters and represents clients in complex litigation and class actions, including following international cartels.
Ms Eyal-Boger is consistently featured in the international rankings of Who’s Who Legal. She was also the only non-academic Israeli lawyer to have been selected by the international journal Global Competition Review, in its survey of the best worldwide antitrust practitioners under 40 years of age.
Ms Eyal-Boger regularly assists multinational and domestic companies in obtaining the approval of the Israel Antitrust Authority for M&A transactions, investments and agreements containing restrictive provisions, and provides counsel with respect to matters involving potential restrictive trade practices and abusive behaviour. Ms Eyal-Boger also works closely with companies to create and implement antitrust compliance programmes.
Ms Eyal-Boger was invited by the Israeli Antitrust Authority to act as a non-governmental advisor to the European Commission at the International Competition Network. Ms Eyal-Boger served as the deputy chair of the Israel Bar Association’s antitrust committee and is frequently called upon to lecture on antitrust matters before various legal and business forums. Ms Eyal-Boger was also a lecturer at the Law School of the College of Management-Academic Studies (COMAS), Israel’s largest and oldest college, in the area of antitrust law.