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Israel: AOi Law welcomes Roni Weissblat to their firm!


Abadi, Oiknine & Co shared the following announcement marking the growth of their firm:


We are thrilled to announce that Roni Weissblat is joining our firm as a partner and will head our Labor Law department.

With 20 years of experience, Roni brings deep knowledge in all aspects of labor law, from ongoing support for employers and employees to managing complex litigation cases and collective disputes, Roni olso specializes in representing clients in mediation and arbitration proceedings and in providing creative and effective solutions to various employment related issues.

Before joining us, Roni served as a partner and senior attorney in the labor law departments of several large firms, where she represented leading companies and organizations in the Israeli market.

Additionally, Roni is active in the National Labor Law Forum of the Israel Bar Association, serving as the Forum’s Vice-Chairperson, as well as the Vice-Chairperson of the Association’s Tel Aviv District Labor Law Committee.

I see joining AOi as a wonderful opportunity to collaborate with a professional and leading team,Roni stated.I am convinced that combining my experience in labor law with the firm’s capabilities will allow us to provide our clients with comprehensive, high-quality advice and effectively address the challenges of the evolving employment world.

We extend a warm welcome to Roni as she joins our firm. You are invited to contact us with any questions or issues related to labor law.


For further information, please contact:

David Abadi, Partner

AOi Law, Tel Aviv-Yafo

e: li.oc.walioa@idaba

t: +97235198090


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