Talya Solomon

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Profile

Talya Solomon heads the Antitrust and Competition department at HFN. Talya has more than 16 years of  extensive experience in all matters of antitrust and competition laws, including civil, administrative and criminal aspects.

As a former Team Leader in the Israel Antitrust Authority (IAA) legal department, Talya has  unique experience in representing clients before the IAA and the Israeli Commissioner. Talya also holds a successful track record  in managing antitrust litigation cases including antitrust class actions.

Talya regularly represents and advises large entities, international and domestic, who act in a plethora of markets and sectors.

Talya joined HFN at the beginning of 2015, after 10 years at an Israeli law firm, where she was a partner and co-head of the Antitrust and Competition Department. Prior to that, Talya worked for more than 5 years at the IAA where she was responsible for the banking, finance, insurance and credit card sectors.

Talya handles large and complex economic cases regarding all antitrust issues such as mergers of companies, monopoly and abuse of dominant position issues, cartels and restraints of trade.

In addition, Talya deals with matters connected to the new Israeli legislation which aims to enhance competition, especially in the food sector ('Law for Enhancement of Competition in the Israeli Food Sector’ and the 'Business Concentration Law').

Talya was recognized by Chambers as one of the leading practitioners in the field of Antitrust and Competition in their 2014 Global Guide.

Education

  • Hebrew University, Jerusalem, Israel, LL.M, 2003
  • Hebrew University, Jerusalem, Israel, LL.B (cum laude), 1999
  • Hebrew University, Jerusalem, Israel, BA (Economics) (cum laude), 1999

Admitted to Practice

Country: 

Israel

Year: 

2000