The department represents in legal advice and litigation at all levels in insolvency proceedings, representing both the banking sector as well as other leading creditors, including stay of proceedings actions intended to protect at-risk corporations and maintain them as going concerns, creditors’ settlements , receivership, liquidation, including voluntary liquidation, and bankruptcy.
The specific cases in which the department are and have been involved are ranged over nearly every significant industry in Israel from high- tech to agriculture, retail to real estate, energy, infrastructure and construction and manufacturing and in each instance their role means grasping the intricacies of each field of involvement.
The department’s partners are frequently appointed by the courts to serve as court appointees in insolvency proceedings, many of them amongst the more significant and complex proceedings in this field. Their reputation and experience means that they are leading potential candidates for appointments, particularly in complex cases for on-going concerns requiring the appointee to become the entity manager on behalf of the court.
The department’s partners are recognised and experienced candidates to be approved and recommended by the government appointed Supervisor for Insolvency as well as appointments as liquidators by the Registrar for Charities and Non-Profits in Israel.