With more than 15 years experience, Zohar, head of our litigation department, represents foreign and Israeli clients in commercial disputes. Zohar is involved in some of the most complex and sensitive litigation, arbitration and mediation proceedings in Israel and has an excellent track record in achieving results for clients.
Landmark cases representing both corporates and individuals have included disputes about investments in venture capital funds, rights of minority shareholders, derivative actions, corporate infrastructure, class actions, and distribution agreements. In the course thereof, Zohar has acted for some of Israel’s largest corporations, in the Administrative Courts and in the High Court of Justice.
The Hebrew University, LLM, Law, Magna Cum Laude, 2000
The Hebrew University, LLB, Law, Magna Cum Laude, 1998
Israel Bar Association, 1999
News and updates - Zohar Lande:
Nespresso Loses Court Battle with Espresso Club
The Israeli District Court of Tel Aviv ruled against global food giant, Nestle, and its subsidiary Nespresso in a claim filed by them in Israel against Espresso Club, an Israeli company, on the grounds of alleged copyright infringement, trademark violations, unfair competition and damage to Nespresso's reputation.
Coca Cola Israel Antitrust Fine: "Halperin Seems to Want to Raise the Bar of Punishment"
Adv . Zohar Lande, Head of the Litigation Department at Barnea & Co. was interviewed by Globes on the Antitrust Authority's decision to impose an unprecedented monetary sanction on the Central Bottling Company Group (Coca Cola Israel). Zohar commented that it is not enough to set the monetary sanctions, submitting that the Antitrust Authority must make use of all the tools at its disposal, including the civilian tools.
Nespresso Loses Suit Filed against Israeli Company, Espresso Club
The Tel Aviv District Court rejected the lawsuit filed by Nespresso and the global food company, Nestle, against the Israeli company, Espresso Club. Nespresso claimed that Espresso Club’s advertisement, which uses a look-alike of George Clooney, violates the intellectual property of Nespresso and constitutes unfair competition. The Court rejected Nespresso's claims and ordered it to pay Espresso Club NIS 110,070 in legal costs. Espresso Club was represented by Adv. Zohar Lande, Adv. Itay Hatam and Adv. Gili Cohen-Arazi from Barnea & Co.