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Ran Sprinzak



Ran Sprinzak is a partner in EBN’s litigation department. Ran serves as a co-manager of the litigation department.

Ran specializes in complex commercial litigation and dispute resolution. Ran represents corporations in legal proceedings and petitions in all judicial instances, arbitration and mediation, in all aspects of commercial, civil and administrative law.

Ran specializes, inter alia, in the areas of corporate, securities and capital markets, class actions, venture capital, media and communications, derivative actions, tenders, High Court of Justice petitions and administrative petitions. Ran has handled some of the most significant cases in the commercial field in Israel.

Ran also serves as an arbitrator in commercial arbitrations.

Ran obtained his LL.B from Tel Aviv University (magna cum laude), served as a Law Clerk to the Honorable Deputy Chief Justice Shlomo Levin of the Supreme Court of Israel, and obtained his LL.M. from Harvard Law School.

During the past few years, Ran has successfully represented MTS (a corporation held by five large Israeli and international corporations, such as Siemens) in an arbitration regarding the largest infrastructure project in the history of Israel – the “Red Line” project of the Tel Aviv Light Rail; the Israel Aerospace Industries in one of the largest derivative actions ever filed in Israel; one of the leading businessmen in Israel in a gigantic lawsuit filed by him against eight banks in the amount of one billion NIS, which resulted in one of the largest judgments in favor of the plaintiff in the history of Israeli law, in the amount of 280 million NIS; The controlling shareholder of a leading Israeli media group in a large dispute with former managers and minority shareholders of the group; Ilana Dayan, one of Israel’s most prominent journalists, in one of the most influential cases ever in Israel regarding freedom of speech and the protection of investigative journalism.

Ran is ranked as a leading lawyer by Chambers Global in the fields of Dispute Resolution and Dispute Resolution: Class Action, and is described by clients as “very smart, thorough and responsive.” Legal 500 cites clients of Ran who describe him as “very convincing in court”.


Bar Admissions

Israel, 2002


LL.M., Harvard Law School, 2003.
LL.B. (magna cum laude), Tel Aviv University, 2001.

Prior Experience

Law Clerk to the Honorable Justice Shlomo Levin of the Israeli Supreme Court, 2001 – 2002.


Hebrew, English