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Fischer Behar Chen Well Orion & Co.

Fischer Behar Chen Well Orion & Co.  

Legal Services | Israel

tel: +972 3 694 4194 | fax:
3 Daniel Frisch St. | Tel Aviv | 6473104 | Israel

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Tel Aviv, Israel

Fischer Behar Chen Well Orion & Co.'s Overview

Founded in 1958, Fischer Behar Chen Well Orion & Co. (FBC), is one of Israel's premier full-service law firms and offers its clients professional excellence and personal attention across the spectrum of multidisciplinary business legal services.

Since 2000, FBC has been Israel's fastest growing law firm. FBC is consistently ranked by domestic and international indices among the leading practitioners in virtually every area of its practice.

FBC acts for prominent multinational and Israeli clients in banking, investments, insurance, manufacturing, aviation, real estate, infrastructure, communications, high-tech, venture capital, and financial services. FBC is regularly involved in a wide range of representations at the forefront of Israel’s legal and economic agenda.

  • Year this Office was Established: 1958
  • Lawyers Worldwide: 250

Areas of Practice
  • Arbitration & Mediation
  • Aviation & Maritime
  • Banking & Finance
  • Blockchain and Cryptocurrencies
  • Capital Markets
  • Class Actions & Derivative Suits
  • Commercial
  • Competition & Antitrust
  • Cyber & Information Technologies
  • East Asia Desk
  • Environmental
  • Family & Inheritance Law
  • Hi-Tech, Technology & Venture Capital
  • Hotels & Tourism
  • Immigration
  • Insolvency & Restructuring
  • Intellectual Property
  • Labor & Employment
  • Life Sciences & Health Care
  • Liquidation & Receivership
  • Litigation
  • Mergers & Acquisitions
  • Planning & Zoning
  • Private Asset Management
  • Private Equity
  • Project Finance
  • Real Estate
  • Regulatory
  • Sports Law
  • Tax
  • Tax - Municipal Tax
  • Telecom & Media
  • White Collar



Amit Bechler

Amit BechlerAssociate

Shani Brown

Shani BrownAssociate

Liron Cohen

Liron CohenAssociate

Shlomi Dahan

Shlomi DahanAssociate

Shir Dayan

Shir DayanAssociate

Tali Delouya

Tali DelouyaAssociate

Omri Flicker

Omri FlickerAssociate

Nir Forer

Nir ForerAssociate

Asaf Gabay

Asaf GabayAssociate

Shira Gillat

Shira GillatAssociate

Yoav Hovav

Yoav HovavAssociate

Sagi Katz

Sagi KatzAssociate

Arik Kaufman

Arik KaufmanAssociate

Doron Kol

Doron KolAssociate

Eyal Konyak

Eyal KonyakAssociate

Eldad Meller

Eldad MellerAssociate

Tali Michlin

Tali MichlinAssociate

Nadav Oberman

Nadav ObermanAssociate

Sivan Omer

Sivan OmerAssociate

Vered Oren

Vered OrenAssociate

Shiri Porat

Shiri PoratAssociate

Yasmin Rubin

Yasmin RubinAssociate

Hilla Sachs

Hilla SachsAssociate

Omer Shani

Omer ShaniAssociate

Efrat Sharon

Efrat SharonAssociate

Merav Shivek

Merav ShivekAssociate

Michal Shnapp

Michal ShnappAssociate

Elad Shulman

Elad ShulmanAssociate

Hadar Sive

Hadar SiveAssociate

Michal Tamar

Michal TamarAssociate

Boaz Tavor

Boaz TavorAssociate

Amir Varon

Amir VaronAssociate

Roi Warhaftig

Roi WarhaftigAssociate

Ori Yanco

Ori YancoAssociate

Neta Yudovitz

Neta YudovitzAssociate



Weekly Rest Requirements for Employees in Israel
Fischer Behar Chen Well Orion & Co., January 2020

 Pursuant to Israeli employment law, an employer cannot employ workers on their weekly rest day unless it obtains a special permit from the Ministry of Labour and Social Affairs. A weekly rest is 36 consecutive hours. Under certain circumstances, it is possible to shorten shift workers' weekly rest to 25 consecutive hours. For Jewish workers, the weekly rest day is Saturday (ie, from the beginning of the Sabbath on Friday evening until Saturday evening). For non-Jewish workers, the weekly rest day is Friday, Saturday or Sunday, as is customary for the employee...

Legal Update - Aviation Law
Fischer Behar Chen Well Orion & Co., December 2019

Small Claims Appeal Application (District Court, Tel Aviv) 56432-07-17 Iberia Airlines v. Fleisher Peled et al. The District Court in Tel Aviv-Yafo with an expanded three judge panel, rejected Iberia Airlines' appeal in the matter 56432-07-17 Iberia Airlines v. Fleisher Peled et al...

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FBC Advises J.P. Morgan and Bank of America in the $442.8 million Private Offering by Wix.com Ltd. of Convertible Senior Notes
Fischer Behar Chen Well Orion & Co., July 2018

FBC represented J.P. Morgan and Bank of America as Joint Book-Running Managers in the private offering by Wix.com Ltd. (Nasdaq: WIX) of $442.8 million of 0% Convertible Senior Notes due 2023 (including the exercise in full of an over-allotment option granted to the initial purchasers). The notes were offered in a private offering to qualified institutional buyers pursuant to Rule 144A under the Securities Act of 1933. In connection with the pricing of the notes and the exercise of the over-allotment option, the company entered into privately negotiated capped call transactions with certain of the initial purchasers (or their affiliates)...

Sale of Leumi Card - July 2018
Fischer Behar Chen Well Orion & Co., July 2018

On July 28, 2018, Bank Leumi Le-Israel and the Azrieli Group signed an agreement with the Warburg Pincus private equity funds for the sale of Leumi Card, one of Israel’s principal credit card companies, for NIS 2.5 billion. The transaction is being effected against the backdrop of Israeli legislation intended to reduce the concentration in the Israeli banking sector by requiring Israel’s two largest banks to sell their credit card subsidiaries. This is the one of the first situations in which a non-Israeli private equity fund will be applying for a control permit for an Israeli banking entity.Fischer Behar Chen Well Orion & Co...

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