Ms Eyal-Boger, a partner at FBC and head of the firm's competition and antitrust group, is one of the leading antitrust practitioners in Israel. She specialises in all aspects of competition and antitrust matters – restrictive arrangements, abusive behaviour and merger of companies, with regard to all types of enforcement tools - criminal, civil and administrative. In particular, she represents clients in complex litigation cases, including class actions, before the courts and the Antitrust Tribunal. Ms Eyal-Boger represents companies in their communication with the Israeli Antitrust Authority, on a daily basis.
Ms Eyal-Boger regularly assists Israeli and foreign companies in obtaining the approval of the Israel Antitrust Authority for mergers & acquisitions, investments and agreements containing restrictive provisions, and she provides counsel with respect to matters involving potential restrictive trade practices and abusive behaviour. Ms Eyal-Boger also works closely with companies to create and implement antitrust compliance programmes.
Ms Eyal-Boger represents leading companies in a wide range of industries including the banking, energy, insurance, retail, dairy, communications, agriculture and automobile sectors.
Ms Eyal-Boger earned her LLB degree, cum laude, in 1994 from Tel Aviv University. She is a lecturer at the Law School of the College of Management – Academic Studies (COMAS), Israel's largest and oldest college, in the area of antitrust law. She is also called upon frequently to comment on antitrust issues, and periodically lectures on antitrust matters at the Israel Bar Association, Tel Aviv University (a co-programme with the Israeli Antitrust Authority) and before various legal and business forums. She was invited by the Israeli Antitrust Authority to act as a non-governmental adviser to the European Commission at the International Competition Network.
Ms Eyal-Boger has consistently figured in the international rankings of Who’s Who Legal. She was also the only Israeli lawyer to have been selected by the international journal, Global Competition Review, in its survey of the best worldwide antitrust practitioners under 40 years of age. Moreover, the same journal recognised Ms Eyal-Boger as one of 100 leading women worldwide practising competition law in both its surveys published in the May 2009 and March 2013 issues. In both surveys Ms Eyal-Boger is the only non-academic woman from Israel. Global Competition Review consistently ranks FBC among the 100 leading firms worldwide in the competition area, giving it an elite-firm status for its Israeli practice.
WWL says: Very highly rated by all who see her in action: "she has a superb reputation, and rightly so"
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