Jack Chen

Jack Chen, born in France (1966), has been a member of the Israel Bar Association since 1994, and holds an LL.B degree from Sheffield University, England. Partner. Jack is a former member of the State Attorney’s Office, where he served for years as senior deputy to the state attorney, specializing in financial offenses. He deals with criminal and administrative litigation, supervision and representation in interrogation processes, hearings, and management of white collar cases and complex financial cases: securities cases, corporate executive offenses, tax cases, all aspects of money laundering (including criminal and civil forfeitures), offenses committed during public service and against it, offenses of negligence, antitrust, etc. Languages: Hebrew, English, French.

Yitzhak Yaari

Yitzhak Yaari, born in The Netherlands (1965), has been a member of the Israel Bar Association since 1994 and holds an LL.B degree from the Hebrew University in Jerusalem. Partner. Yitzhak has worked in one of the leading firms in Israel in the litigation field for over a decade, and then joined the firm of Reznik, Chen & Co., where he headed the civil and administrative litigation department. He specializes in civil and commercial litigation, in representation in arbitrations and in courts in a variety of civil matters, including contractual matters, tenders, companies and partnerships, class action lawsuits, banking, appeals to the supreme court and to administrative courts, etc. Yitzhak wrote, in collaboration with Adv. Doron Tamir, the book “Deed Laws in Court Rulings” (“Nevo” Publishing), which was released in three editions. Languages: Hebrew, English.

Michal Rosen–Ozer

Michal Rosen–Ozer, born in Israel (1971), has been a member of the Israel Bar Association since 1997 and holds an LL.B degree (with honors) from Tel Aviv University, in addition to an LL.M degree from Tel Aviv University (thesis completed with honors). Partner. Michal has worked in leading firms in the litigation field. She then held leading positions at the State Attorney’s office, including financial offenses supervisor. In these positions, she specialized in the management of white collar cases and complex financial cases. She deals with criminal and administrative litigation, supervision and representation during investigation processes, hearings, and white collar cases, amongst other, in the fields of antitrust, securities, money laundering (including forfeitures), public servants offenses, negligence offenses and discipline offenses. Languages: Hebrew, English.

Shai Eilon

Advocate Shai Eilon, born in Israel (1970), has been a member of the Israel Bar Association since 2000, and holds an LL.B degree from the Hebrew University in Jerusalem. Partner. Shai worked and interned with the Supervisor of Criminal Affairs at the State Attorney’s office, and after passing the bar began working at Reznik, Chen & Co. He deals with criminal litigation, management of white collar cases (including forfeitures and money laundering), offenses committed during public service, safety and health offenses, as well as civil litigation. Languages: Hebrew, English.

Noa Firer

Advocate Noa Firer, born in Israel (1982), has been a member of the Israel Bar Association since 2010 and holds an LL.B degree (with honors), as well as an LL.M degree from Bar–Ilan University. Noa interned at the criminal department of the State Attorney’s office, and after passing the bar worked at leading litigation firms (particularly civil litigation). Noa has served as a teaching assistance, tutor and research assistant at Bar–Ilan University. Languages: Hebrew, English.

Inbal Duchovni-Zeevi

Inbal Duchovni-Zeevi, born in Israel (1979), has been a member of the Israeli Bar since 2009 and a member of the California Bar since 2014. She holds an LL.M. with honors from Columbia University School of Law, an LL.B from Tel Aviv University School of Law (magna cum laude), and a B.Sc. from Tel Aviv University Departments of Physics (magna cum laude) and Philosophy (summa cum laude). A former associate at Werksman Jackson Hathaway & Quinn LLP, Inbal has worked for leading law firms in Israel and California. Her practice focuses on white collar cases, complex financial crimes, and government fraud and corruption cases, as well as on traditional criminal defense and disciplinary proceedings. Languages: Hebrew, English

Tair Ben Shoshan

Advocate Tair Ben Shoshan, born in Israel (1990), has been a member of the Israel Bar Association since 2017 and holds an LL.B degree from the College of Management, Academic Studies. Tair interned at the economic department of the State Attorney’s office. Tair served as a teaching and research assistant in the College of Management, Academic Studies. Languages: Hebrew, English.