AREAS OF EXPERTISE
Civil and Commercial Litigation
Property and Real Estate Litigation
Litigation in the field of Companies
Litigation in the field of Labor Law
Litigation on Inheritance and Estate Matters
White Collar Crime Litigation
Mediation and Arbitration
Regular Legal Advice to Companies and Individuals
Bachelor’s degree in Law (LL.B.) from Bar Ilan University (1994).
Abraham Weinrot and Boaz Edelstein, Service Conditional on Service by a Banking Corporation (2000)
Liability of a Lending Bank to Apartment Buyers and Land Owners, Hapraklit 48, 68.
Payment of National Insurance for Surplus Expenses, Taxes i-4, a-19
Penalty Payment as a Consideration in the Appointment of a Director in a Banking Corporation, Banking Quarterly 34, 46.
Time as a Factor in Calculating the Consideration in a Combination Transaction, Missim 13 (1), a-31
Boaz speaks Hebrew and English.
Member of the Israel Bar Association, 1995
OVERVIEW AND EXPERIENCE
Adv. Boaz Edelstein is a senior partner in the firm of Goldman, Ehrlich, Edelstein, Avigad & Co. Boaz heads the litigation department in the office.
Boaz has 25 years of experience as a litigator, dealing with a variety of litigation matters, including commercial, real estate and property law, corporate law, contract law, labor law, and investment in Israeli and international entities. Boaz’s deep knowledge of litigation and the world The business world, Boaz creates a rich mix of broad theoretical knowledge, along with expertise in the practical aspects of case management and performance in courts and arbitrations.
Boaz’s advantage lies in his extensive expertise and experience and in-depth legal research and analysis, through which he creates affiliations and rigors between various legal disciplines, enabling him to engage in complex litigation in complex legal cases of considerable legal scope. At the same time, Boaz has a great deal of love and dedication to the profession, reflected in uncompromising professionalism as well as the management of the litigation department.
Boaz sees tremendous importance and the need to keep up to date with the latest word in the case law and legislation. Boaz’s legal curiosity and his considerable interest in the legal matter give him an extraordinary ability to remember many judgments and legal procedures. The clauses of the law reside in his mouth and he is endowed with sharp legal instincts.
Boaz’s style, both written and oral, is literary, and he often incorporates in his arguments various examples from different, legal and non-legal metrics that help him convey and simplify the message.
These tools enable Boaz to use effective persuasion techniques, both in court and in arbitration and in negotiations. These techniques help to get to the truth and remedy things, even on the most complex issues.
In Boaz’s view, the law profession combines academia with practice, and is a fertile ground for analysis and synthesis between various subjects, which eventually lead to a complete understanding of the relevant legal issue.
Boaz is known for his close relationships with his clients, he identifies with their needs and adversities as much as their joy and success, and takes the legal cases in which he wins in the most personal sense.
Boaz’s great love of the law profession, a profession in which his father, too, was engaged, is expressed in his strong desire to make a positive impact on the lives of his clients, while at the same time acting collegially towards his colleagues. Boaz’s loyalty and dedication make his clients see him as an address to both legal and non-legal issues.
Boaz did his internship at Attorney General Jacob Weinroth’s office in litigation, civil law and commercial law. After completing his internship, he continued to work as an employee of the firm, and in 2002 was accepted as a partner in the firm. In 2006, Boaz became a real member of Ehrlich and Amir Goldman, his close friends over the years, and joined as a partner in the Goldman, Ehrlich, Edelstein & Co. office.
Boaz’s joining has provided an important and complementary layer to the firm, enabling him to provide his clients, permanent as well as casual, with comprehensive care, including representation in complex litigation cases, as well as providing them with “preventive medicine” that integrates with the rest of the firm’s services.
Alongside his professional activities as a lawyer and as a mediator. Boaz is a lieutenant colonel in the role of commander of the IDF unit for the treatment of IDF spaces. Boaz makes sure to study a daily Gemara page, and an avid cooking enthusiast.