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Noa Havdala
Adv. Noa Havdala

Electra City Tower
58 Harakevet St.
Tel Aviv
6777016

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Noa Havdala

Noa represents both Israeli and foreign corporations and individuals in a wide range of commercial and administrative matters.

Noa specializes in complex, high-value disputes, with a focus on securities, corporate and commercial law, class actions, insolvency, real-estate and civil-related disputes, tenders, and administrative law.

 

She is also well-versed in arbitration and mediation, and has experience appearing in court and before regulatory authorities.

 

Noa handles a broad range of commercial claims (including contractual and tort claims). She oversees petitions to the High Court of Justice, administrative petitions, class actions, derivative actions, shareholder disputes, control disputes, receivership proceedings, company liquidations, and bankruptcy proceedings. She also handles claims involving securities, labor, land, and antitrust issues.

Education:


Interdisciplinary Center Herzliya, LL.B, B.A, 2003

Admission:


Member of Israel Bar Association since 2004



News and updates - Noa Havdala:


August 15, 2019

Maurice Haliwa Increases Claim against Jacky Ben-Zaken and Avraam Nanikashvili

Our firm continues to represent Maurice Haliwa, a shareholder in Manor A.D. Construction Investments Ltd., in a lawsuit against Jacky Ben-Zaken and Avraam Nanikashvili. Haliwa recently increased the amount of the original lawsuit from NIS 18 million to NIS 100 million. Advs. Zohar Lande, Noa Havdala, and Yatir Madar represent the client.

July 28, 2019

Barnea Representing Eva Fashion in Dispute with Ilan Bioculture

Our firm is representing Eva Fashion in a dispute with Ilan Bioculture, a cannabis plants company that is seeking to cancel an investment agreement signed with Eva Fashion. The client is represented by Advs. Noa Havdala and Amichay Tessler of the firm's Litigation Department.

July 9, 2019

A Win for Zeev Rom: Gad Zeevi to Pay Another USD 1.5 Million in Brokerage Fees

Following a Supreme Court hearing, Gad Zeevi and Zeev Rom decided to withdraw their mutual appeals and to keep the District Court ruling ordering Zeevi to pay Rom USD 1.5 million in connection with the financing transaction for the purchase of Bezeq shares in 2000. Rom was represented by Advs. Zohar Lande, Noa Havdala, and Moran Bickel of the firm's Litigation Department.

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