Litigation & Arbitration


From its earliest days, Caspi & Co. has emphasized its litigation practice. Reflecting the belief that a law firm is not complete without a significant dispute resolution practice, litigation matters have always constituted and continue to constitute a significant component of the firm’s practice. Caspi & Co.’s litigation practice is broad in range of topics and clients and the firm often handles cases that involve large figures, innovative issues and high-profile litigants. Not surprisingly, professional reviewers commonly rank the firm’s dispute resolution practice highly.

On behalf of both domestic and international clients, the firm and its lawyers employ their substantial experience in many types of civil and commercial cases. The practice covers a wide range of contested matters, such as administrative and constitutional issues, bankruptcy and insolvency, breach of contract, breach of fiduciary duty, class actions, consumer disputes, insurance claims, fraud, product liability, tort and unfair competition. The firm commonly assists non-Israeli companies that are faced with Israeli court proceedings and manages overseas litigations for Israel clients.

Caspi & Co. also features a white-collar criminal practice, advising defendants in a number of corruption and fraud cases. In this area, the firm represents individuals and corporations that are under investigation, have been charged or are appealing. The firm has successfully defended clients in a wide range of cases, involving such matters as antitrust, corruption, fraud, money laundering, securities and tax. The firm also advises boards of directors both prior to and after the start of adversarial proceedings.

Firm lawyers regularly appear before the Supreme Court of Israel and, of course, Israel’s other courts. In addition, the firm emphasizes alternative dispute resolution. Consequently, lawyers of the firm have conducted many domestic and international arbitrations and, the increasingly popular, mediations. Additionally, firm partners occasionally act as arbitrators and mediators.