The firm's practice in the field is widely considered one of the very best in Israel.
M. Firon & Co.’s Constitutional & Administrative Law team represents a broad spectrum of industries and businesses with regard to all aspects of governmental and regulatory matters, including, among other things, disputes involving governmental authorities. Members of the team possess in-depth knowledge of the complex workings of governmental institutions and as such are uniquely positioned to provide comprehensive advice to our clients.
The team provides advice to a wide variety of sectors with respect to their interaction with governmental authorities, including with respect to the administrative procedures for application, renewal and appeal processes relating to the issuance of all kinds of licenses and permits required for operating businesses in Israel. Additionally, the team provides comprehensive advice regarding public tenders issued by governmental and other authorities.
The team handles a broad range of administrative petitions lodged against governmental and local authorities, including numerous cases heard by the Israeli Supreme Court sitting in its capacity as the High Court of Justice.
Moreover, the team possesses vast knowledge and experience with respect to issues of Town Planning (Zoning) proceedings in Israel, including the provision of legal advice on development and construction projects; the representation of development promoters (or of persons or entities who object to development projects) vis-à-vis Town Planning (Zoning) Commissions – Local Commissions, Appellate Commissions, District Commissions, the State Commission for National Infrastructures and The State Town Planning Council - in planning or objection proceedings; and legal proceedings before Israeli Courts concerning the legality or illegality, as the case may be, of all kinds of decisions adopted by Town Planning Authorities, proceedings impugning the refusal to approve Plans and Schemes subjected to the competent authority, or to accept objections against them, as well as the refusal to grant building permits, etc.
Contact Person(s): Renato Jarach & Danny Kabir