Michal Brandel

Associate

Ms. Brandel in an associate in the Competition & Antitrust Department and specializes in competition & antitrust law, litigation, class actions, and commercial disputes.

Ms. Brandel provides legal counsel to individuals and private companies (both domestic and foreign) in diverse competition and antitrust matters involving monopolies and abusive business practices, restrictive arrangements, and complex merger transactions. She also represents companies in various civil lawsuits, including class actions and proceedings before the Antitrust Tribunal.

Ms. Brandel served as a volunteer in the Clinic for Aid to the Elderly, and provided pro bono legal counsel to elderly community members in various fields.

During her legal studies, Ms. Brandel served as a member of the editorial board of the Theoretical Inquiries in Law (TIL). She participated in the Micro-Business and Economic Justice Clinic, a pro bono volunteer program providing both legal services and business development counseling to low-income individuals and other disempowered groups.

During her studies, Ms. Brandel was a research assistant to Professor Ellis Shmuel, chair of the Tel Aviv University Faculty of Management.