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Doron Dan

Partner

Phone: 972 3 5119350
Fax: 972 3 5119442
d.dan@wblaw.co.il
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Adv. Doron Dan joined Weksler Bregman in 1991, and became a partner in 1994, in the Litigation and Conflicts Resolution Department.

Doron possesses extensive experience in representation of a wide variety of clients in all aspects of complex civil and commercial litigation proceedings, with a unique specialization in class action suits, company law, contracts law, banking and financing, liquidation proceedings, and trademarks.

During the course of the years, Doron has represented numerous well-known individuals and companies, both locally and internationally, in sensitive and complex disputes before various legal instances, including the Supreme Court, as well as quasi-judicial bodies, including arbitration and mediation proceedings.

Doron integrates an in-depth understanding of all aspects of a file, while providing personal and professional legal service to his clients, from the preliminary stages of the file through to its conclusion. Doron has achieved particularly high success rates, with numerous precedents and successes before the Supreme Court to his credit.

  • Israel Bar Association, 1987
  • LLB (1986), from┬áthe Faculty of Law at the Tel Aviv University
  • Represented Ramat Aviv shopping mall in turning down a class action which was filed against it, caiming that it miscalculated tha basis on which lease payments are made.The court has denied the class action, ruling in favor of Ramat Aviv shopping mall ( Press here to read the court`s decision).
  • Represented one of the largest and most dynamic real estate groups in Israel in a complex arbitration in the sum of appx. NIS100,000,000, awarding his client compensations in the sum of appx. NIS45,000,000 (read article).
  • Represented one the largest shopping malls in Israel in a class action against it which was denied.
  • Represented a banking company which is a trustee for bonds` holders, in a class action filed against it claiming its liability for the including of “manipulative detail” in the prospectus` documents of the bonds` issuer.

Adv. Doron Dan joined Weksler Bregman in 1991, and became a partner in 1994, in the Litigation and Conflicts Resolution Department.

Doron possesses extensive experience in representation of a wide variety of clients in all aspects of complex civil and commercial litigation proceedings, with a unique specialization in class action suits, company law, contracts law, banking and financing, liquidation proceedings, and trademarks.

During the course of the years, Doron has represented numerous well-known individuals and companies, both locally and internationally, in sensitive and complex disputes before various legal instances, including the Supreme Court, as well as quasi-judicial bodies, including arbitration and mediation proceedings.

Doron integrates an in-depth understanding of all aspects of a file, while providing personal and professional legal service to his clients, from the preliminary stages of the file through to its conclusion. Doron has achieved particularly high success rates, with numerous precedents and successes before the Supreme Court to his credit.

  • Israel Bar Association, 1987
  • Tel Aviv University (LLB, 1986), the Faculty of Law
  • Represented Ramat Aviv shopping mall in turning down a class action which was filed against it, caiming that it miscalculated tha basis on which lease payments are made.The court has denied the class action, ruling in favor of Ramat Aviv shopping mall ( Press here to read the court`s decision).
  • Represented one of the largest and most dynamic real estate groups in Israel in a complex arbitration in the sum of appx. NIS100,000,000, awarding his client compensations in the sum of appx. NIS45,000,000 (read article).
  • Represented one the largest shopping malls in Israel in a class action against it which was denied.
  • Represented a banking company which is a trustee for bonds` holders, in a class action filed against it claiming its liability for the including of “manipulative detail” in the prospectus` documents of the bonds` issuer.