Nathan Meir & Co. is one of the leading and most prominent law firms in Israel in the field of civil-commercial law for three decades. The firm was founded in 1983 by Adv. Nathan Meir, one of the foremost attorneys in Israel in the fields of land law, planning and construction law and municipal law, Adv. Meir served as the chief legal advisor of several local authorities, unions and various committees. The firm’s dynamic operations over the years includes representation in various transactions and prominent legal cases, many of them precedential cases that have helped establish guidelines in the Israeli legal arena.
Nathan Meir & Co. provides its clients with comprehensive legal services in a wide range of practice areas, implementing professional proficiency garnered over many years, uncompromising professionalism and an ability to analyze complex legal cases, in order to devise effective solutions for its clients. Among the firm’s clients are large well-known corporations (including municipal corporations), local authorities, associations and fellowships, as well as private clients including some of the leading businessmen in the Israeli market.
Nathan Meir & Co. focuses its legal services with respect to six main fields of expertise: Litigation Real Estate Administrative Law Construction and Planning Municipal Law \Local Authorities Commercial Law In addition to these fields of expertise, the firm handles broad legal activities in niche fields of the Israeli economy, with a strong focus on tender law, energy, urban infrastructures, hotels and tourism antitrust law, municipal and commercial regulation, urban renewal, banking and finance, and distribution and franchising. The firm’s legal team is composed of highly skilled attorneys, and is dynamic, experienced and creatively minded, allowing the firm’s clients to enjoy highly professional management of legal services. The value of serving the community is inherent to Nathan Meir & Co., as the firm provides pro-bono legal services to individuals and organizations.