Eyal specializes in complex litigation proceedings involving a variety of aspects of commercial-economic law, particularly corporate law, securities law, banking law, contract law, intellectual property, administrative appeals, class actions and derivative suits.
Eyal gained considerable experience representing economic bodies, including banks, financial institutions, public companies, private companies and businessmen during high-volume, complex legal proceedings before various courts, including district courts and the Supreme Court.
Before joining Barnea, Eyal served as a legal assistant to Justice Esther Hayut in the Supreme Court, and worked for a number of years at leading law firms in the practice areas of commercial-economic litigation and white-collar crime.
Eyal has been a tutor and a guest lecturer on various courses at the Hebrew University, University of Haifa and at the College of Law and Business in Ramat-Gan.
Columbia Law School, New York (LL.M, Harlan Fiske Stone Scholar), 2011
University of Haifa (BA in economics, LL.B, cum laude), 2008
Member of the Israel Bar Association since 2009
News and updates - Eyal Nachshon:
Barnea Takes on Representation of TI Group Automotive Systems SRO
Our firm is representing the Czech company TI Group Automotive Systems SRO in a €4.5 million lawsuit against Raval ACS Ltd. The lawsuit stems from a valve failure that resulted in the recall and repair of 250 thousand Mercedes cars.
Supreme Court Ruling: RGE Group to Operate Knesset Channel
The Supreme Court issued a ruling today rejecting the petitions of News 2 and Channel 20 against the decision to announce RGE as the winner of the Knesset channel tender. This paves the way for the operation of the Knesset channel by RGE as early as August 1, 2018. RGE was represented by Advs. Zohar Lande, Adi Shoham, Eyal Nachshon, and Omer Keydar of our firm's Litigation Department.
Broker Sues for NIS 50 million over British and Melisron Merger
Advs. Zohar Lande, Eyal Nachshon, and Omer Keydar from our Litigation Department are representing businessman Eyal Shamir in a lawsuit against British Israel Investments owned by Melisron Ltd. Shamir alleges he was not paid a brokerage fee for the merger between the two companies.