GCR 100 - 16th Edition

S Horowitz & Co

Professional notice

Israel

Who’s Who Legal: Competition nominee Hagai Doron leads the compact but talented practice at S Horowitz & Co. The firm boasts one of the oldest antitrust groups in Israel, established in 1959. Doron is joined in the partnership by Pnina Sheffer and Asaf Rentsler, and supported by three associates.

The team rightfully prides itself on its success in coordinating large global mergers: it acted for medical supply maker Medtronic in its US$43 billion tie-up with Covidien; for GE in its high-profile combination with Alstrom; for Koch Industries in its US$1.2 billion acquisition of Guardian Industries; for Cisco in its purchase of NDS; and for both parties in a joint venture between Teva and Procter and Gamble. The firm boasts a host of other international clients, including a good portion of the car industry: it acts for Porsche, Volkswagen, Jaguar and Land Rover among others, and recently helped Aston Martin set up a new distribution chain.

Doron and his team are involved in some major ongoing cartel cases, including three that stem from EU decisions. They act for Fuji in gas insulated switchgear, for British Airways in air cargo and for Sharp in LCD panels. Doron also represented Teva in the baby formula case, which recently ended in a consent agreement with the authority.

Founded in 1921, S. Horowitz & Co. has long been recognized as Israel’s premier law firm. We have assembled a team of exceptional and talented lawyers, qualified in a number of jurisdictions and speaking a variety of languages, who provide a full range of the highest level of corporate, commercial and dispute resolution services to the international and Israeli business and financial communities.

 A leader in every area in which we practice, we bring to bear our widely-acknowledged expertise and vast experience in advising our clients with respect to their most complex legal issues, most important business transactions and most critical disputes. Not for nothing have The European Legal 500 and Chambers Global Guide placed the firm “in a class of its own”, "offering services on the level of City of London and Wall Street law firms".

 With comprehensive knowledge of current global business trends and carefully integrated resources, we have the capability to act on the most complicated multifaceted domestic and cross-border transactions, and to provide thoroughly planned strategies and practical solutions to our clients' challenging multi-jurisdictional needs.

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