Founding partner, Oz Cohen-Koren, heads the company’s litigation department together with Tsafrir Negbi.
Oz’s expertise lies in complex litigations suits, while applying his flair for creative and strategic thinking, his natural determination, and everything else it takes to achieve optimal results for the client. Prior to the firm’s establishment, Oz was head of the litigation department at a well-known, leading law firm in Israel and has represented several large, complex, and high-profile entities in legal crisis.
Oz Cohen-Koren’s practice includes representing corporations and individuals in intricate lawsuits, where he has appeared in various civil courts, and arbitration and mediation proceedings. He engages in all areas of commercial law, covering conflicts between shareholders; control disputes in companies; complex contractual disputes in a range of fields such as real estate and infrastructure; class action suits; and administrative and high court petitions.
He has amassed unique experience representing a wide range of media and communications entities, conducting legal proceedings in different courts of law, and assisting with the regulatory aspects. At the same time, he imparts ongoing legal and regulatory advice with respect to their daily occupational matters.
Oz has amassed a wealth of experience in tender law, providing consultations in everything pertaining to the administration of, or participation in, public tenders. He has served public, private, and non-profit organizations in court, as a representative of the submitter, or a winning or appealing participant.
He believes that tailored, creative thinking and problem solving for each situation is essential for high-quality legal representation.
Oz is married to Nava, a social worker, and is father to two young children – Tom and Ma’ayan. In his leisure, he likes to surf, riding waves all over the country and the world.
Education and Credentials
L.L.B. – The Hebrew University of Jerusalem
Member of the Israel Bar Association – 2011
Languages: English, Hebrew