Ron Tzin is a leading partner in the fields of planning and zoning, infrastructure, and environment at Arnon Tadmor-Levi. Ron specializes in planning and zoning, real estate, local government, environmental law, regulation, aviation law, and administrative litigation.
He represents significant entities from both the public and private sectors within his areas of expertise.
Ron is involved in guiding and advancing national infrastructure projects and some of the most significant real estate projects in the country. He actively engages with planning institutions and judicial forums, navigating processes for the approval of master plans at all levels, from those under local government jurisdiction to national master plans, as well as various licensing procedures.
Furthermore, Ron represents both opponents and developers in objection processes across different planning institutions, in court, and in administrative petitions.
Ron and his long-standing team have extensive experience managing processes related to appreciation levies, within compulsory appraisal processes, before appeal committees, and in courts. They have secured significant and precedent-setting decisions in the field.
Ron assists prominent entities in the field of land expropriation laws, as well as developers and those affected by lawsuits for land devaluation resulting from approved plans (lawsuits under Section 197 of the Planning and Building Law).
He also leads legal proceedings, administrative and civil litigation in all courts related to real estate, and planning and zoning, frequently appearing before administrative courts and the Supreme Court.
With a rich background in guiding legislative processes in the planning and zoning sector, Ron advises public entities in advancing legislation and regulations in the Knesset (Israeli parliament) and its committees.
Ron is consistently ranked by Israeli and international directories as a leading expert in the field of planning and zoning.
Ron also lectures at conferences on planning and zoning, and environmental law. Additionally, he writes and publishes a blog titled “The Balcony” which delves into these subjects.
In 1995, Ron co-founded the Glaon-Tzin law firm. By 2005, he became a senior partner at the law firm Shavit, Bar-On, Glalon Tzin, Vitkon & Partners. In 2021, he joined the Tadmor-Levi & Co. law firm, and as of 2022, he became a partner at Arnon, Tadmor-Levi.
For many years, Ron and his partners have been ranked among the leading lawyers in the field of planning and zoning in Israel by the Dun’s 100 ranking and in the elite group by the BDI rating.
Ron holds a Bachelor of Laws (LL.B) degree from the Faculty of Law at Tel Aviv University (1989) and a Master of Laws (LL.M) degree from the Faculty of Law at Tel Aviv University (1997).
Ron is fluent in Hebrew and English.