The litigation practice is one of the firm’s main legal practices.

The firm’s litigation division is a long standing professional division, highly experienced in representing clients in a variety of cases, in all areas of civil-commercial law. Our firm specializes in cases ranging from the fields of corporate law, contract law, intellectual property, real estate, planning and zoning and construction, administrative law, auction law, securities and exchange law, banking law, white collar, labor law, disputes between shareholders, lawsuits against functionaries and more, all in the various courts, judicial and quasi-judicial tribunals – courts of law, courts of justice, appeal committees, planning and zoning and construction committees, arbitrations, mediations etc’.

Our firm’s litigation division represents and long line of clients, both in Israel and overseas, including local and international companies, private and public corporations, some of the largest municipal authorities in Israel, among them the municipalities of Jerusalem and Tel-Aviv, planning and zoning and construction committees, municipal and government corporations, banks (in Israel and overseas), investment funds, associations, and individuals.

Our firm’s litigation division has a long standing and experienced specialization in managing judicial proceedings in the practice area of cooperative societies, including the representation of kibbutzim, moshavim and commercial cooperative societies, both in court and in front of the Registrar of Cooperative societies. The division also specializes in the practice area of real estate, with an emphasis on all that is related to the Israel Land Authority, including representation in complex, precedential and essential legal issues, presented to the array of courts, regarding the Authority’s decisions.

Our leading clients list the planning and zoning and construction committee in Jerusalem, which our firm represented, among others, in a mega lawsuit in the sum of 129 Million NIS, against the entrepreneurs of the “Holiland Project”. Our firm represents the “Rad-Bynet Group” in complex lawsuits amounting to tens of millions of NIS, and various cooperative societies in complex legal proceedings and sensitive conflicts in the various courts of law, and in the High Court of Justice.


    Eviatar Knoler

    Adv. Eviatar Knoller is one of the founders of the Gilat-Knoller Law firm (1995), and is currently the Head of Knoller & Co.

    Eviatar is known as a leading litigator in all areas of Litigation and as a renowned expert in the practice area of the Settlements Sector.

    Eviatar possesses immense experience and a multi-disciplinary knowledge in a variety of legal fields, mainly in the practice areas of Insolvency and Restructuring, Commercial Law, Co-Operative Societies, Real Estate, Labor law, and more.

    Eviatar specializes in representing clients in complex legal proceedings in the various Courts of Law, including in international commercial and civil arbitration proceedings, both in Israel and abroad. Eviatar is often nominated as an arbitrator in complex commercial disputes.

    Eviatar possesses immense experience in representing Multinational Corporations, local and international banks, corporations in the Industrial Sector, corporations in the Energy field, as well as private individuals in negotiation processes along with providing legal counsel in the formulation and implementation of commercial transactions all over the world, including in the United States, China, Europe, Africa and more.

    In the past, Eviatar has served as the Parliamentary Assistant to Yair Zaban, alongside managing special projects at the Israel National Council for the Child, and even served as a lecturer at The Association for Civil Rights in Israel.

    Starting from the year 2000 and up until today, Eviatar serves as a member of the Board of Directors of the Lotem voluntary association which operates and manages an agricultural farm that is specifically customized or the needs of handicapped youth.

    From 2014 until today, Eviatar represents the Movement for Freedom of Information, pro bono. Eviatar resided as Chairman of the Tel-Aviv District Court in the Israel Bar Association Court Committee, and currently resides as Chairman of the Israel Bar Association’s “Midrasha Graduate School of Law”. Eviatar lectures at the Bar’s seminars and conferences and is often invited to lecture in front of many more bodies.

    Eviatar received his LLB from the Faculty of Law at the Hebrew University, in 1991.

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