Eyal Doron is co-chair of the firm’s aviation and transport practice group. He is a commercial litigator with extensive experience acting for international and domestic clients on a broad range of civil, contractual and commercial matters before the entire range of Israeli courts. His clients include large airlines and major players in the aviation field, financial institutions, universities, high-tech companies and other commercial corporations.

Mr Doron is experienced in representing global companies on cross-border high-value and multi-party claims, and accrued significant experience in the complexities of private international law including in relation to areas such as banking, inheritance and foreign philanthropic law, breakdowns in agency and distribution agreements, and insolvency.

Mr Doron was the recipient of the prestigious Pegasus Scholarship of 1999, a full-board scholarship awarded to outstanding law students worldwide for master’s degree studies at Oxford University. He has had practical training with a City of London law firm and a barrister. He gained his Bachelor of Civil Law degree from Worcester College, Oxford University, as well as Bachelor and Master of Law degrees, magna cum laude, from Tel Aviv University.

He is licensed to practise law in Israel and in New York, and was certified pursuant to the IATA International Air Law For Lawyers training.