Alex Feldsher

Associate

Chambers Global
“Pays great attention to detail and approaches legal matters with good strategy, taking into consideration legal and commercial needs.”
Legal 500
“Gifted deal-makers with a very impressive track record. Full devotion to the client’s needs.“
Legal 500
“A wide view not only from the legal perspective but also from the business one.”

ABOUT

Mr. Feldsher began his legal career at Gornitzky & Co. as a legal intern and has been an associate with the firm since 2015.
Alex’s main area of practice is litigation and dispute resolution, and he mostly deals with large-scale litigation cases, including arbitration, mediation, and administrative appeals.

He takes part in the representation of prominent Israeli individuals and companies in cases which include, among others:
• Disputes concerning large-scale real-estate projects and transactions;
• Representation of Israel’s largest corporations before the Administrative Courts and the Supreme Court of Justice, in matters relating to tenders and administrative petitions against the State and its authorities;
• Claims involving the deprivation of the rights of minority shareholders and Claims regarding control in companies;
• Representing a leading Chinese corporation in the winning bid of the light rail tunnels tender, totaling approximately NIS 3 billion;
• Representation of one of Israel’s prominent kibbutzim in a high-profile legal dispute (estimated in several billions of NIS) with Keren Kayemeth LeIsrael (the Jewish National Fund) and the Israel Land Administration over the ownership of approximately 1,500 dunam of land in central Israel.

LL.B., cum laude, Interdisciplinary Center (IDC) Herzliya (2014)
B.A., cum laude, Business Management (Finance), Interdisciplinary Center (IDC) Herzliya (2014)

Israel Bar Association, 2015

Editorial board member of the journal, “Law and Business”
Research assistant to Prof. Guy Seidman in International Public Law
Member of the Clinic for Freedom of Information in cooperation with the organization for Freedom of Information

A. Feldsher, “Organ Transplant in Israel – the Existing Law vs. the Desirable Law”, Law and Business website (2014)
(This online article was mentioned in the Supreme Court’s decision in 2017)
https://idclawreview.org/2014/01/24/blogpost-20140124-feldsher/

A. Feldsher and R. Adania, “Bypassing the Line to Transplants? Examining the “Priority System” from the Point of View of Administrative Law”, Law and Business website (2014)
https://idclawreview.org/2014/05/25/blogpost-20140525-adanya-feldsher/

Hebrew, English and Russian

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