The firm represents and advises various companies and public bodies in the areas of real estate, corporate law, commercial law and administrative law, on various matters such as joint ventures, partnerships and partnerships, tenders, and represents clients in legal proceedings in these areas.
The firm handles international issues, including international commercial transactions, intellectual property, as well as local and international arbitration.
The firm's attorneys are skilled in managing legal proceedings in commercial law, including in the areas of companies, tenders, municipal taxes, contractual disputes and defamation, in all legal instances, including civil courts, labor courts, arbitrations, appeals committees and inheritance matters.
The firm's main area of expertise is the real estate field, based on experience accumulated over the decades of the firm's existence, and includes consulting, assistance and accompaniment in various areas of real estate, including various transactions in Israel and abroad, complex projects, real estate development, real estate taxation, and planning and construction.
The firm has a real estate tax department headed by Adv. Shai Taco (an economist), who served as a unit coordinator at the Israel Tax Authority - real estate taxationdivision, and as the director of the real estate taxation department at Kesselman&Kesselman.
The firm handles the tax aspect of all types of real estate transactions (TAMA/38, sale of properties, combination transactions etc.) and in all the stages of taxation in them, including: tax planning, opinions, filing of reports, drafting objections, representation in Land Appreciation Tax appeals and reduction of fines.
Projects in the scope of TAMA/38 are projects which allow for reinforcement of the building in accordance with the standard for earthquake-resistant construction, or demolishing the building and constructing a new and modern building in its place, which will be built according to the new standards, including the standard for withstanding earthquakes.