Ze’ev Scharf, LL.B. (summa cum laude), Bar Ilan University.
Ze’ev began his career at S. Horowitz & Co., and went on to become one of the founders of Bach-Arad-Scharf & Co. Since 2005 he heads Ze’ev Scharf & Co.
Ze’ev leads and heads all the firm’s teams, and is personally involved in all cases at both the strategic and tactical levels.
Ze’ev has extensive experience and expertise in managing and litigating large-scale complex cases. Ze’ev has played a pivotal role in a number of landmark rulings in various fields of law. Among Ze’ev’s past and present clients are well-known leading Israeli and international corporations as well as key business people and public officials at the helm of the economy in Israel and abroad.
Ze’ev is recognized by Israeli and international legal directories as a leading legal figure and is noted for, among other things, his style/technique of litigation, which have earned him impressive reputation among the legal and business public in Israel and abroad.
Thus, Ze’ev has gained recognition as “one of the leading litigators in Israel …” (Legal 500) and “…among the top-tier litigators in Israel … he can present any argument that comes to mind…” (Chambers & Partners website).
Ze’ev specializes in handling a diversity of complex litigation proceedings, which include representing clients in large-scale financial-civil claims; corporate disputes and power struggles; complex commercial disputes; support and counseling in resolving business crises; derivative actions and class actions; insolvency and liquidation proceedings; partnership disputes; family and marital disputes (including property distribution and equitable distribution of assets; inheritance and wills); disputes over real estate interests; Administrative Law, including administrative petitions, tenders and petitions to the High Court of Justice; energy and infrastructure disputes; disputes involving securities and capital market laws; insurance disputes, including professional liability insurance and directors’ liability; antitrust disputes; white collar crimes and defamation, etc.