Mr. Bonen heads FBC’s Regulatory Department. Mr. Bonen's practice concentrates on work involving regulation of commercial entities in a wide range of industries, particularly in communications, oil & energy and food.
Mr. Bonen has worked with some of the largest companies in the most important reforms in recent years, in matters such as changing regulatory market conditions, legislative amendments, price supervision, various matters before the government and the Israeli Parliament, appeals to the High Court of Justice and administrative appeals, and transactions involving complex regulatory concerns.
Prior to joining FBC in 2000, Mr. Bonen served as an assistant to the State Attorney General between 1997-2000.
Telecom & Media
Tel Aviv University, LL.B., 1996
Israel Launches New Opportunity to Join its Gas Revolution Government to reopen its Exclusive Economic Zone (EEZ) for natural gas and oil exploration while committing to long-term regulatory stability. The Ministry of National Infrastructures, Energy and Water Resou...Yoram Bonen | Nov 2016
FBC advises Bezeq, Israel’s largest and leading telecommunications group, in the process lead by the Israeli Ministry of Communications for opening of the domestic fixed services industry in Israel to competition.Avraham Well & Yoram Bonen | Jan 2014
FBC represents the Association of Car Importers in Israel, the umbrella organization for all the importers of commercial cars in Israel, and Colmobil in a petition to the Supreme Court on the regulation of car imports by way of personal importation into Israel, as well ...Avraham Well & Yoram Bonen | Jan 2014
FBC advises Ratio, one of the parties holding rights to explore natural gas and petroleum in the State of Israel, including rights in the Leviathan reservoir, Israel’s largest natural gas reservoir, in a wide range of regulatory activities in the natural gas area.Avraham Well & Yoram Bonen | Jan 2014
FBC represents the Eurocom Group in its NIS 6.5B acquisition of the controlling interest in Bezeq, Israel's largest provider of telecommunications services, in one of the largest M&A transactions in Israeli history.Avraham Well & Ronald Lehmann & Yoram Bonen & Miri Kimhi & Nitzan Sandor & Hadar Sive | Oct 2009