Michal Rothschild, head of EBN’s Competition Law and Antitrust department, brings a wealth of experience having worked at the Israeli competition Authority (IAA) legal department, as well as in the Antitrust group in the New York law office of Shearman and Sterling.
Michal has successfully represented various clients in complex mergers, joint ventures and restrictive arrangements. Michal has also represented and consulted in issues regarding dominant position (monopolies) and in various regulatory issues such as the Anti Concentration law and the regulation regarding the competition in the supermarkets sector and its suppliers.
Michal also represented corporations and other legal entities before government agencies, including the Commissioner of the competition Authority and the competition Tribunal.
Michal is described in Legal 500 2015, as “the best at forecasting the antitrust authorities’ responses.”
Michal is described in the Chambers and Partners guide for 2018 as:
“Practice co-head Michal Rothschild stands out to clients as “a brilliant lawyer who always gives us very commercial answers and helps us evaluate risks,” adding that “her experience dealing with the IAA is a great asset.”
New York, 2007
LL.M. (Harlan Fiske Stone Scholar), Columbia University, 2006
LL.B. (Magna cum Laude), Tel Aviv University, 2002
B.A., Economics, Tel Aviv University, 2002
Associate, Antitrust Group, Shearman & Sterling, NY, 2006-2008
Attorney, Legal Department, Israel Antitrust Authority, 2003 – 2005
Intern, Legal Department, Israel Antitrust Authority, 2002 – 2003