Shenhav, Konforti, Rotem & Co. was established in 1969 and is known today as one of Israel’s leading law firms.
specializing in various branches of civil-commercial law, The firm offers innovative and cost-effective services for both local and international clients and puts special emphasis on providing business-commercial solutions.
The firm and its partners are widely recognized and valued in leading legal rankings, both locally and internationally. Among others, the firm was ranked by the international guide Legal 500 in several practice areas, and by the Israeli guides BDI and Duns 100.
Shenhav, Konforti, Rotem & Co. is located in the heart of Tel Aviv. The firm operates one additional branch in northern Israel, bringing the professional services and the firm’s vast experience in a wide range of legal fields to the unique industries that are located in this region. The firm offers a wide array of services in various fields of commercial law, including mergers and acquisitions (M&A), high-tech, technology&IP, labor law, renewable energy, commercial litigation, intellectual property and real estate.
Among the firm’s clients, one can find some of the industry’s leading corporations, private and public companies (listed in local and international exchanges), hi-tech companies, Kibbutzim (with an emphasis on commercial operations), Moshavim, industrial plants, construction companies, service providers, investment companies, etc.
The firm’s legal team comprises an experienced group of partners, who work in harmony with creative and dynamic associates, and with a keen eye to the individual needs of its clients, big as small. The firm operates through internal workgroups, the purpose of which is to meet the different needs of its clients in a professional and efficient manner, while providing a personal service to each client. Each group is headed by one of the firm’s partners, who maintain a direct and close contact with the client.
By closely familiarizing itself with the clients’ business and by ascertaining their fundamental needs, the firm takes the role of a true partner, and identifies itself with the various goals and interests of its clients.