Tal Eyal-Boger “should definitely be on the list” extol sources who note she is “really good” when it comes to cartel and abuse of dominance cases.
Ms Eyal-Boger, a partner and head of the competition and antitrust group at FBC & Co, is internationally recognised as one of Israel’s leading competition and antitrust practitioners.
Ms Eyal-Boger’s practice focuses on various competition and antitrust related matters – cartels and restrictive arrangements, abusive behaviour by monopolies, regulation of oligopolies and merger of companies. She regularly represents clients in civil and criminal courts, as well as in administrative courts, including the competition tribunal.
Her expertise is widely based on her vast experience representing clients in complex litigation cases, including in class actions (defence side), in investigations by the Israeli Competition Authority and in ongoing interaction with the Israeli Competition Authority. Her experience is also based on providing ongoing advice to clients on various competition matters, including by creating and implementing compliance programmes.
Ms Eyal-Boger represents global leading clients as well as local companies from an array of industries including banking, energy, retail, dairy, communications, media, technology, agriculture, automotive and transportation. Among her clients are Google, Volvo, RBS, ABB, Tnuva, Bezeq and others.
Ms Eyal-Boger earned her LLB degree (cum laude, 1994) from the Tel Aviv University and is currently attending the Kellogg-Recanati International Executive MBA programme. She is frequently invited to comment and lecture on competition matters at the Israel Bar Association, the Tel Aviv University, the Hebrew University of Jerusalem, and before various other legal and business forums. She has taught competition law at the COMAS Law School (Israel's largest and oldest college) and acted as an NGA to the European Commission at the International Competition Network as well as an NGA in the 2018 ICN cartel workshop.
Ms Eyal-Boger is consistently figured in Who's Who Legal. She was the only Israeli lawyer in GCR's list of the best worldwide antitrust practitioners under 40 and has also repeatedly featured in its list of the 100 leading women worldwide practicing competition law. GCR consistently ranks FBC's competition and antitrust practice among the leading practices worldwide, placing it in the top "elite" tier.