Moran specializes in representing corporations and individuals, both local and foreign, in complex litigation cases, in all areas of commercial-business law.
Moran sphere of activity includes disputes between shareholders, control issues, contracts, class actions, antitrust law and securities law.
Moran advises clients at all stages of litigation proceedings, from devising legal strategies that are appropriate for clients’ needs in the specific circumstances of each case, to representing them in all legal disputes, both in the courts and in arbitration and mediation proceedings.
University of Tel Aviv, (M.A with Honors, Philosophy), 2006
University of Tel Aviv,(LL.B), 2008
Member of Israel Bar Association since 2010
Member of New York Bar Association since 2013
News and updates - Moran Bickel:
Fierce Battle over Banning Binary Options Reaches High Court of Justice
Following a bill promoted by the Israel Securities Authority, and passed by the Knesset, outlawing binary options trading by Israeli companies, Yukom Communications LTD and its controlling shareholder, Yossi Herzog, filed a petition to the High Court of Justice. Overseeing the filing of the petition were Barnea & Co. attorneys Zohar Lande, Eyal Nachshon, and Moran Bickel.
Barnea & Co. represents Zeev Rom
The Haifa District Court ruled that Gad Zeevi would have to pay businessman Zeev Rom USD 1.5 million in brokerage fees in respect of a deal in which Zeevi acquired 20% of Bezeq in 2000. Adv. Zohar Landa, Adv. Noa Havdalah and Adv. Moran Bickel from the litigation department at Barnea & Co., represented Zeev Rom.
Class Action against Capital Trade and the owner, Kobi Lutzki
A class action suit in the amount of NIS 15 million was filed against Capital Trade and its owner, Kobi Lutzki, on the grounds of managing investment portfolios without a license and collecting of commissions and management fees from the clients unlawfully. Adv. Noa Havdala and Adv. Moran Bickel from the Litigation Department at Barnea & Co. who are representing the company and its owner, were interviewed by Globes and claimed that Capital Trade acted lawfully, in accordance with the prevailing regulations.