Fischer Behar Chen Well Orion & Co


3 Daniel Frisch St.
Tel Aviv 6473104

+972 3 694 4111

+972 3 609 1116

Quick facts:

Lawyers: 200
Partners: 52
Languages: Hebrew, English, Chinese, French, German, Arabic

Managing Partner / Real Estate:
Amir Chen

Corporate and Capital Markets:
Avraham Well

Dispute Resolution:
Reuven Behar

Dr. Gil Orion

FBC is one of Israel’s premier and largest full service law firms, acting for multinational and Israeli clients, and offering professional excellence and personal attention across the spectrum of multidisciplinary legal services.  At the forefront of commercial and legal developments, FBC is recognized for its breadth of advice to an extensive roster of clients in a range of industries, including: automotive; aviation and aerospace; banking; communications; construction; energy; financial institutions; food and beverage; gaming; government; infrastructure; insurance; investment funds; life sciences and healthcare; manufacturing; media, entertainment and sports; professional services; real estate; retail; technology; and transportation.  FBC is repeatedly ranked by international and domestic indices among Israel’s leading practitioners.

  • Banking & Finance
  • Blockchain & Cryptocurrency
  • Capital Markets
  • Class Actions & Derivative Suits
  • Competition & Antitrust
  • Cyber & IT
  • Environmental
  • Insolvency & Restructuring
  • Intellectual Property
  • Investment Funds
  • Labour & Employment; Immigration
  • Life Sciences & Healthcare
  • Litigation & ADR
  • Mergers & Acquisitions
  • Natural Resources, Oil & Gas
  • Projects & Energy
  • Real Estate
  • Regulatory
  • Tax
  • TMT
  • Transportation


  • Global Coordinators and Israeli Underwriter in the unique IPO of Tamar Petroleum, combining offerings in Israel, US, Europe and other jurisdictions;
  • Bank Leumi and Azrieli Group in their NIS2.5B sale of Leumi Card to Warburg Pincus funds;
  • Manikay Partners in a major ownership structure change of Tel-Aviv Stock Exchange whereby private investors acquire means of control over TASE;
  • Noble Energy in the sale of its stake in the Tamar Gas Field, in accordance with the "Gas Framework" precedential regulations;
  • Shikun & Binui on the NIS800M financing of the Zeelim photovoltaic power plant, the largest PV project in Israel;
  • Servotronix in the creation of a strategic alliance with the China-based Midea Group;
  • Perrigo on Israeli law aspects of the precedential buyout offer by Mylan;
  • Check-Cap in its US IPO and NASDAQ listing.