Erdinast, Ben Nathan & Co. Advocates is a full-service law firm specializing in civil and commercial law. One of the leading commercial law firms in Israel, EBN has played a major role in some of the largest and most complex transactions and legal proceedings conducted in Israel in recent years.
The Firm's practice areas include corporate law, mergers and acquisitions, commercial litigation, investment management and private equity, securities and capital markets, media and communications, energy and infrastructure, hi-tech, antitrust, tax, tenders, real estate, finance and banking, and labor law.
EBN offers its clients the finest and most creative legal solutions available, resulting in the Firm's making a genuine and significant contribution to its clients' business endeavors. The Firm's clients, many of whom are international corporations involved in complex cross-border matters, are well served by the Firm's significant depth and experience working in numerous jurisdictions and practice areas.
EBN represents some of the most prominent corporations and institutions in the Israeli economy, and over the years has developed a wide-ranging international network. Our legal team consists of over 75 attorneys and articled clerks. The Firm’s multilingual legal team includes members of the New York State Bar who have practiced with prominent American law firms.
EBN’s client base includes publicly traded companies listed on domestic and foreign stock exchanges, infrastructure and energy companies, multinational corporations, telecom and TV service providers, banks and financial institutions, industrial companies, venture capital, private equity and hedge funds, governmental corporations, high-tech companies, investment and holding companies and start-up ventures.
Some of our leading clients are the Mey-Eden group; the Taavura group; Bezeq; D.B.S. Satellite Services ("YES"); the IDB group; Hamilton Lane; Townsend; Motorola Israel; Nisko Ardan Group; Africa Israel Investments; Profimex; BIG Commercial Centers; Israel Railways; Starwood Hotels and Resorts Worldwide (the owner of the Sheraton chain); Pitango Venture Capital; Tene Investment Fund; VPartners Fund; AES Corporation (one of the world's largest power companies); and Abengoa (a Spanishbased multinational environment and energy company) .