Barnea Jaffa Lande (Tel Aviv)

Gal Rozent

Barnea Jaffa Lande (Tel Aviv)
Head of Antitrust and Competition department

Adv. Gal Rozent is the Head of Antitrust and Competition department at Barnea Jaffa Lande & Co. He represents the firm’s clients before the Director-General of Competition (formerly the Director-General of Antitrust), the Israeli Competition Tribunal, and the various courts (criminal, civil, and administrative), in competition law proceedings and in proceedings that involve other areas of law. He also represents the firm’s clients in regulatory and legislative proceedings, including before relevant Knesset committees and government ministries. Gal advises leading global and local companies operating in all areas of industry, as well as to public institutions, and collaborates with top foreign law firms as an integral part of this counsel. Gal advises the firm’s clients on mergers and acquisitions, joint ventures, concentration groups, monopolies, restrictive arrangements, administrative inquiries and criminal investigations executed by the Competition Authority, administrative and criminal hearings, the implementation of internal compliance programs, and more. He also advises and represents clients on other laws that concern, or adjacent to, the field of competition, including the Anti-Concentration Law, the Food Law, trade levies, and more. In addition, Gal lectures on antitrust and competition in various forums. Gal has over 20 years of rich professional experience in the field. During this period, Gal served as head of the Israel Competition Authority’s legal team in the communications, high-tech, and traditional industry sectors; headed the antitrust and competition departments of Herzog Fox & Neeman and Eshel Ashlagi Rozent; and in recent years founded and managed the boutique firm Gal Rozent, Law Offices. Prominent global and local legal directories rank Gal as a leading attorney in antitrust and competition, including Legal 500, Chambers & Partners, Global Competition Review, Dun’s 100, and BDI. The Legal 500 steadily ranks Gal in its Hall of Fame for Antitrust and Competition.

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1517 Bulletin

Gal Rozent, Irit Brodsky, Ran Karmi The Israeli Supreme Court gives a landmark ruling to support private enforcement and class actions claims against monopolists for charging unfair and excessive prices (Gafniel / Coca-Cola)


On July 26, 2022, the Israeli Supreme Court handed down a precedent-setting ruling in the Central Bottle Company (Coca-Cola Israel) case (Permission for Civil Appeal Gafniel v. Central Bottle Company Ltd.). The court determined the Economic Competition Law enables would-be plaintiffs to sue (...)

Elad Travis, Gal Rozent The Israeli District Court of the City of Jerusalem convicts for the first time defendants in an antitrust case for attempting to engage in illegal vertical restrictive arrangements and for violating merger conditions (Shufersal)


On December 23, 2013, The Israeli District Court of the City of Jerusalem found the company operating the leading nationwide supermarket chain in Israel - Shufersal Ltd. ("Shufersal"), its CEO, Mr. Ephraim (Effie) Rosenhaus ("Rosenhaus") and its Deputy VP Commerce and Marketing, Mr. Eliezer (...)

Gal Rozent The Israeli Competition Authority declares certain entities "monopolies" in the supply of non-liquefied natural gas (Noble Energy Mediterranean / Delek Drilling / Avner Oil & Gas Exploration)


Introduction On November 13, 2012, the Restrictive Trade Practices General Director (the “General Director”) declared a few entities engaged in the exploration, production and sale of natural gas - Noble Energy Mediterranean, Delek Drilling and Avner Oil & Gas Exploration (both of the (...)

1281 Review

Christopher Thomas, Daniel E. Shulak, Gal Rozent, Gianni De Stefano, Katherine L. Kay, Katie Hellings, Raz Agranat, Yoshitoshi Imoto Extradition and antitrust law: Businessmen involved in global cartels extradited to foreign countries


This article has been nominated for the 2018 Antitrust Writing Awards. Click here to learn more about the Antitrust Writing Awards. As more jurisdictions criminalise cartel conduct and increase cooperation with other enforcement regimes, the threat of extradition in global cartel cases is (...)



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