Mattan Meridor

Mattan Meridor


"very knowledgeable and bright lawyer" (Chambers Global)

Mattan Meridor leads our competition and antitrust practice.

Acknowledged as one of the leading antitrust and competition experts in Israel, Mattan has been described as an "active leader" and as "one of the fastest rising stars" in antitrust and competition law in Israel.

Mattan’s practice encompasses a wide range of antitrust and competition related matters, including mergers approvals, restrictive trade practices, abuse of monopoly power, transfer of information (whether in due diligence, participation in trade association activities or other commercial circumstances), as well as government investigations and sector inquiries.
He also handles civil litigation of competition violations and criminal investigations and litigation, as well as in appeals to the Antitrust Tribunal against IAA decisions and to the Supreme Court.

Mattan also has significant experience with regards to the Concentration Law, the Food Law, and other competition related legislation and regulation.

Mattan's clients includes leading Israeli companies in the varied sectors, such as banking, telecommunication, media, Data and Internet, retail, pharma, energy, IT and others, and in particular many foreign and international corporations.

Mattan has worked extensively with international clients from the United States, Japan, France and the UK regarding their competition concerns in Israel, in particular in major international mergers, and in class actions against international cartels.

Mattan has appeared in various committees in front of the Knesset (Israeli Parliament) regarding competition legislation and regulation matters, such as the recently passed Concentration Law.
In addition, Mattan advises clients with the creation and implementation of internal competition compliance programmes.

Mattan is recognised as a leading antitrust lawyer by Chambers & Partners, Legal 500, and Who’s Who of Competition lawyer
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Phone: 97236078607
Bar Admission: 2001
Education: LLB Hebrew University, 2000

LLM London School of Economics, 2003