Benjamin Horef has extensive experience in commercial litigation and arbitration, representing both Israeli and foreign clients in the Israeli trial and appellate courts as well as in Israel’s Supreme Court, and in local and international arbitration proceedings.
Benjamin’s practice includes representing Israeli and international corporations in a wide range of complex commercial litigation and arbitration cases, including representing officers and shareholders in derivative actions and shareholder disputes, complex contractual, real estate and construction litigation, media and intellectual property, and unique expertise in representing real property owners and entrepreneurs in disputes with the Israeli administrative authorities.
Benjamin regularly advises boards of directors and management teams of public and private corporations, assisting them with litigation avoidance and with resolving internal and external crisis and disputes.
In addition, Benjamin serves as an arbitrator in commercial arbitrations, including cases where the arbitration process is subject to Israeli substantive law as well as to the Israeli rules of evidence and court procedures.
Benjamin earned a B.A. in psychology and philosophy from Haifa University in 1983, and a law degree from Tel Aviv University in 1988. He was admitted to the Israel Bar in 1990 and joined the firm in 1992.
Benjamin speaks Hebrew, English, French and German.