Shachar specializes in representing local and foreign corporations and individuals in complex litigation involving commercial and corporate law.
Shachar advises and represents the firm’s clients in local and international commercial disputes before the various courts and judicial proceedings, including arbitration and mediation.
Shachar’s legal skills and expertise also encompass shareholder disputes, corporate proxy fights, contract disputes, securities laws, slander claims and more.
College of Management Academic Studies, (BA in economics, LL.B) , 2014
Member of Israel Bar Association since 2015
News and updates - Shachar Rothschild:
Lawsuit against Liquidating Company of Bank of North America
Our firm is representing private clients in a lawsuit against the liquidating company of the Bank of North America (disbanded in 1985), as well as against the administrator general and official receiver. The lawsuit concerns trust funds deposited in the bank by the deceased father of the family. The clients are represented by Advs. Zohar Lande, Noa Havdala, and Shachar Rothschild of our Litigation Department.
Barnea Represented a Chinese Company in Litigation Related to the Highway 16 Tender
Barnea is representing the Chinese infrastructure company PMEC in its request to disqualify the winning bid in the tender for Highway 16. The company is being represented by Advs. Zohar Lande, Eyal Nachshon, and Shachar Rothschild from the Litigation Department.
After 9 Years of Litigation, David's Geller Claim Against Yitzchak Omer, Who Was Represented by Barnea & Co., Was Dismissed.
As previously published, Geller had filed a lawsuit alleging fraud in the amount of nearly NIS 70 million. Even though the main claim for fraud was dismissed, the District Court obliged Omer to pay millions of NIS to Geller deciding that they were granted to Omer as a loan.
Geller and Omer both appealed to the Supreme Court. The Supreme Court denied Geller's appeal entirely, accepted Omer's appeal and returned the case to the District Court.
This week, the District Court dismissed the action entirely and accepted Omer's argument that the funds were transferred to him as part of a share purchase transaction. The Court ruled that under these circumstances, Omer does not need to reimburse the funds or to transfer any shares.