A partner at the firm, Hadar focuses her practice on white collar and regulatory enforcement, internal investigations and complex business litigation. Hadar represents companies and individuals in a wide range of enforcement proceedings involving possible violations of financial rules and regulations and compliance with local or US federal and state laws.
Hadar has extensive experience handling a wide range of criminal and civil matters, including money laundering, fraud, insider trading, antitrust litigation, securities litigation, shareholders disputes, and class actions.
Before joining Barnea Hadar was an associate with the litigation department in the New York office of Paul, Weiss, Rifkind, Wharton & Garrison and in major law firms in Tel-Aviv.
Hadar clerked at the Supreme Court of Israel for Hon. Acting Justice Dvora Berliner and served as an Editorial Board Member of the Tel Aviv University Law Review and as a teaching and research assistant in the field of criminal law.
Columbia Law School, Harlan Fiske Stone Scholar, LL.M., magna cum laude, New York, 2016
Tel Aviv University, L.L.B., magna cum laude, 2007
Tel Aviv University, B.Sc., Philosophy, magna cum laude, 2007
Member of New York Bar Association since 2017
Member of Israel Bar Association since 2008
News and updates - Hadar Israeli:
Actor Yehuda Levy Joins Legal Proceedings against Eshkolot
Actor Yehuda Levy has joined Shaham, the largest actors' organization in Israel, and a group of fellow artists in their legal dispute with the management of Eshkolot. Advs. Zohar Lande, Hadar Israeli, and Eyal Nachshon are representing Shaham and the artists.
Administrative Enforcement Committee Approves Agreement between ISA and Kitov Pharma Ltd.
The Administrative Enforcement Committee of the Israel Securities Authority (ISA) approved an administrative enforcement agreement between the ISA, Kitov Pharma Ltd., and a few of its officers. According to the agreement, which concludes the criminal investigation by the ISA, the company and its officers will pay a monetary sanction. Our firm represented the company and its CEO in the process.
Representing the Israeli Actors' Association in a Royalties Litigation Process against Eshkolot
Our firm is representing Shaham, the largest actors' organization in Israel, as well as a group of artists, in a legal dispute with the management of Eshkolot, a company that handles collection, management, and distribution of royalties to all artists in Israel.
In this context, Advs. Zohar Lande, Hadar Israeli, Eyal Nachshon, and Michael Dubin submitted a request to the Economic Department of the Tel Aviv District Court to receive documents before filing a derivative claim over irregularities and defects. The request asks Eshkolot to present information on the manner in which royalties are collected from the various broadcasting organizations.