When it comes to administrative and constitutional law, clients benefit from partnering with legal counsel that is informed by a knowledge and understanding of government and government processes and a successful track record before the relevant courts.
Pearl Cohen’s Administrative and Constitutional Law practice group regularly interacts with regulators, municipalities and governing bodies. This interaction benefits our team in advising both public and private sector clients on a wide range of constitutional matters related to various business areas, such as construction and real estate, tenders, municipal taxation, planning and zoning and licensing.
Our Administrative and Constitutional team also works with other practice groups in the firm to represent technology clients in areas where administrative law applies to their particular business. International and domestic clients are further reassured by our well-crafted legal arguments and experience before administrative bodies and all courts, including the Israel Supreme Court.