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Ilan Blumenfeld

Ilan Blumenfeld

An attorney with diverse experience, Ilan serves as legal counsel to a variety of Israeli commercial entities, advising on all aspects of corporate law and cooperative societies. He particularly specializes in mergers and acquisitions and antitrust law.

Ilan accompanies the firm’s clients in complex corporate and commercial transactions, including capital raising, financing, investments, and restructuring. He also handles bank arrangements and the purchasing of businesses in cash flow distress.


In the area of ​​antitrust, Ilan advises the firm’s clients on various matters, including mergers and acquisitions, restrictive arrangements, concentration groups, monopolies, and operation of market force. He also represents clients before the Antitrust Authority and the Antitrust Tribunal, as necessary.


Ilan serves as legal counsel to several business associations with regard to competition and antitrust laws, and represents business associations in various actions vis-à-vis the governmental authorities.


Ilan provides legal services to corporations from various sectors, including high tech, agro-technology, food, industry, and green technology. He also represents various corporations belonging to the kibbutz sector.


Interdisciplinary Center Herzliya (LL.B, B.A Major in Marketing), 2005


Member of Israel Bar Association since 2006

News and updates - Ilan Blumenfeld:

January 13, 2019

Doing Business in Israel – Practical Law

Barnea's Q&A guide to doing business in Israel was published on the Practical Law website. The guide provides an overview of recent key developments that have affected doing business in Israel, including the legal system, foreign investment, regulation, employment, taxation, and IP.

January 8, 2019

Amendment to the Israeli Restrictive Trade Practices Law

On January 1, 2019, Israel's parliament approved an amendment to the Restrictive Trade Practices Law. This amendment seeks to deepen and focus the Antitrust Authority’s efforts to prevent activities posing potential harm to competition and to the public.

January 1, 2019

Amendment to Hazardous Drugs Ordinance Promotes Regulation in Cannabis Market

On December 25, 2018, the Israeli parliament approved the second and third readings of an amendment to the Hazardous Drugs Ordinance (Delegation of Supervisory and Enforcement Authorities Relating to Cannabis for Medicinal and Research Purposes).

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