Partner Mattan Meridor is one of the fastest rising stars in antitrust and competition law in Israel, having worked on some of the highest profile mergers and acquisitions in the country.
Domestic and international clients benefit from Mattan’s diverse experience in complex antitrust and competition issues including requests for approvals of mergers and acquisitions, such as the 2014 acquisition of Ma’ariv newspaper by the Jerusalem Post. He also handles civil and criminal litigation of antitrust and competition violations, as well as in proceedings relating to the designation as a cartel or monopoly by the Israel Antitrust Authority.
Mattan appears in various committees in front of the Kensset in regards to new antitrust and competition regulation matters, such as the recently passed concentration Law. In addition, Mattan advises clients with the creation and implementation of internal antitrust and competition compliance programs.
International legal directory Chambers Global 2014 describes Mattan as an “active leader” in the complex field of antitrust and competition law.
He represents an extensive roster of heavyweight clients across many sectors including telecommunications, media, energy and food retail, to name just a few. Previously with the London office of Berwin Leighton Paisner, Mattan joined Agmon & Co Rosenberg Hacohen & Co in 2004.