Yoav Levy & Co. Law Firm specializes in commercial law both in Israel and abroad.
The prime fields of our firm’s activity are Real Estate related – construction financing and infrastructure, representation of banks, liquidation and receiverships, contracts, labor law and administrative law.
Our firm provides an extensive and comprehensive solution to a wide range of consultation and legal representation that are needed by our clients, including: drafting of complex contracts, representation before judicial instances of all levels and vis-à-vis governmental bodies, and providing an immediate response to any question or legal problem that arises to our clients in the current course of their businesses.
The firm was established in 1976 and today it maintains branches in Jerusalem and in Herzliya Pituach, as well as cooperation agreements with leading law firms abroad. This enables the firm to offer its clients a comprehensive range of legal services and makes a significant contribution to all aspects of their business.
The firm regularly represents prominent corporations and institutions, in Israel and abroad, which include, inter alia: Bank Hapoalim B.M.; United Mizrahi-Tefahot Bank Ltd.; the electric products importer Tadiran Group; Yehuda Rahamim Construction Company Ltd. which builds all over Israel; Matav – an association that employs about 19,000 workers in approximately 40 branches in the nursing field; Hanassi Senior Citizens Home in Hadera.
Within its practice fields the firm takes a substantial part in some of the most complex transactions and legal proceedings. By virtue of its high quality staff of 20 professionals, the firm displays high-quality legal vision and commitment to its clients, which is manifested by the long-standing loyalty of its clients.
Along with its legal and business activity, the firm actively supports the Friends Association of Schneider Children’s Medical Center. In addition, Advocate Yoav Levy serves as a member of the public council of the Ben Zvi Institute for Studying of Communities in Israel.