Commercial Litigation | Banking | Anti Money Laundering | Energy & Gas
Adv. Meir Lefler, a founder of the law firm and head of the litigation department, is a highly experienced litigator in complex civil and commercial disputes, and in banking and Anti Money Laundering.
Through his over 20 years as a lawyer, Adv. Lefler represented wide range of clients in sensitive and complex disputes, including contractual disputes, corporate and shareholder disputes, banking and anti-money laundering and more.
Adv. Lefler represents most of the Israeli commercial banks in wide range of litigation proceedings, with specific expertise in Anti-Money Laundering cases, which requires wide perspective, knowing the banks’ commercial interests alongside the needs derived from the financial regulatory compliance.
Adv. Lefler is known for his ability to pinpoint the essential aspects in each matter and simplify complex problems.
Adv. Lefler also has vast experience in various aspects of commercial law, gained while leading and taking parts in complex commercial transactions, including the M&A of business and financial corporates and more.
Adv. Lefler is V. Chairman of the IBA’s Banking and Finance Committee, and a former member of the IBA’s Steering Committee for AML Aspects of the Duties of Providers of Business Services, and also was guest lecturer in Ramat Gan College’s Law Faculty.
Admission: Member of the Israeli bar, 2001
Education: Tel Aviv University, LL.M., 2005 | Tel Aviv University, LL.B., 2000 | Tel Aviv University, B.A. Economics, 2000