Ronit Amir-Yaniv is a partner in the Antitrust Group at Arnon, Tadmor-Levy. She holds the position of chair for both the antitrust and sports committees at the Israel Bar Association. Renowned for her expertise, Ronit represents a diverse clientele, both local and international, navigating regulatory approvals for mergers, restrictive trade agreements, and compliance programs. She is a seasoned professional in handling criminal investigations, financial sanctions, assertions, hearings, and representation before the Restrictive Trade Practices Tribunal. Ronit is also instrumental in providing litigation support for antitrust and white-collar-related matters.
In addition to her role in the Antitrust Group, Ronit serves as a partner in the High-Tech and Commercial group within the firm. She offers strategic counsel to corporations in various sectors, including tourism, aviation, food, finance, and insurance. Her involvement spans mergers and acquisitions, as well as ongoing legal support through retainer arrangements for day-to-day operational matters. Ronit is deeply involved in representing numerous startups, hubs, accelerators, and funds, particularly in sectors such as sports-tech, medical, foodtech, agritech, cannabis, travel-tech, proptech/constructech, AI, smart mobility, smart cities, IOT, big data, cloud, and elderly care. She also coordinates the representation of sports associations, teams, and sports-tech entrepreneurs.
Furthermore, Ronit extends her expertise to real estate developers marketing their assets overseas to Israelis.