Main practice areas
- Corporate Law
- Commercial Law
- Joint Ventures
- Tender Offers
- Bank Finance
Starting his career as a litigator and developing his extensive legal expertise over the course of four decades, Alon has been deeply involved in some of the most complex and challenging aspects of commercial and securities law as well as in large and complicated litigations. His career encompasses numerous noteworthy and extremely complicated cases, having worked for some of the most prominent clients in Israel, including, amongst others, the defense of a director in the case of North American Bank (a leading case in board member responsibilities), the privatization of Bezeq, El-Al Israel Airlines and ICL. Alon is an experienced attorney who maintains a deep and
wide-ranging understanding of the law, and provides negotiation-deal making services to our clients. In recent years, he has become an expert on trusts and estates, where his profound comprehension, insights and personalized approach provide clients with real value.
As part of the inter-generational transition of our business practice, Alon has been involved in the establishment and structuring of complicated testaments, trusts (public and private) and family treaties. In addition, Alon represented Dead Sea Bromine Ltd. in the arbitration with the State of Israel regarding the royalties pursuant to the Dead Sea statutory concession, as well as case managing for Israeli companies in complicated litigations and arbitrations in Great Britain, the EU and the US, including anti-trust investigations.
Recommendations & Recognitions
- Alon is acknowledged as “one of the best” and “a creative thinker and strategist” (Legal 500);
- Alon was acknowledged as possessing “extensive general corporate and M&A experience, particularly for banks and life science and IT companies” (Legal 500);
- Founding partner, Alon, is highly recommended in the fields of Corporate Private Equity and Securities (Legal 500);
- Alon was recognized as a leading individual for Corporate /M&A practice (Chambers & Partners);
Mr. Galili was among the practitioners from fifty countries across the globe, who contributed, Pro Bono, their experience and time to structure the International Trade Center’s Contractual Joint Venture Model Agreement, a compilation of Joint Venture Agreements for the interest of the public, issued by the WTO and the United Nations Committee for Trade and Developments (UNCTAD). Mr. Galili assumed an active role in editing the agreements that are included in the Trade Center’s Contractual Joint Venture Model Agreement.