Gitit Levin Grinberg is a partner in the Antitrust & Competition Law Practice and Dispute Resolution Groups of the firm. Gitit has over a decade of extensive experience, advising clients in civil, administrative and criminal investigations as well as proceedings conducted by the Israel Antitrust Authority (including market, oligopoly, monopoly and cartel investigations). Gitit has extensive experience in appealing to the Restrictive Trade Practices Tribunal on decisions and monetary penalties ordered by the Commissioner of the Antitrust Authority and acting for clients on civil legal disputes involving antitrust matters. Gitit also assists clients in their ongoing activity, providing legal advice on all possible issues relating to antitrust and obtaining antitrust regulatory clearance in Israel.
In recent years, a new wave of class actions have emerged in Israel, in which the applicants seek damages following a finding (from the US, EU or Israel) of a contravention of competition law, or based on claims of monopoly and excessive pricing matters. Gitit has been active in this field since its inception and gained a significant role acting for clients in such class actions.
Her sophisticated and creative approach of filtering through intricate legal and factual material, alongside her ability to explore creative ways of overcoming elaborate, legal challenges, secures her as the go-to person for some of the firms most complex cases.
In addition to her work in the field of antitrust, Gitit's professional aptitude is extended to other areas, specifically, opposing certifications and defending class action claims in a variety of sectors (energy, media and entertainment, technology, banking and financial).
Gitit has gained recognition in international antitrust rankings and is repeatedly praised by clients for her professionalism, devotion and diligence, as well as for her uniquely creative thinking.
Gitit joined S. Horowitz & Co. in 2007, where she completed her internship in the Antitrust & Competition Law Practice Group and qualified as an Israeli advocate.