Dr. David E. Tadmor
Managing Partner, Tadmor & Co. Attorneys at Law
Moderator of The Interface Between IP and Competition Law session.
Dr. David E. Tadmor Managing Partner Anti trust and Competition, Corporate, Mergers & Acquisitions, Telecommunications
Dr. David E. Tadmor's practice includes the representation of many leading multinational clients in a large variety of industries, as well as many of Israel's largest industrial and holding companies, financial institutions and telecom companies. He has 20 years of experience in the area of mergers and acquisitions.
David is recognized as a leading expert in the area of competition law. He served as the Director General of the Israel Antitrust Authority (IAA) between February 1997 and February 2001. During his time in office the IAA trebled in size, legislative amendments were introduced and much of the foundation for Israel's competition law and enforcement policies was laid. As Director General David introduced the IAA to the competition committee of the OECD, which has since included the IAA as an observant on that committee. He was also the driving force behind the cooperation agreement between the United States and Israel in the area of competition.
As a leading telecommunications lawyer David has represented major clients providing fixed telephony, cellular communications, television broadcasting and content. He has also represented governmental entities in the area of telecommunications. His expertise includes telecom regulation and public telecom tenders, in addition to commercial agreements in this area.
David is also active in various charitable organizations and maintains a diversified pro bono practice.
In the past, David was a senior partner at Caspi & Co., a leading mergers and acquisition firm in Tel Aviv. Prior to his becoming Director General of the Authority David was a member of the Antitrust Court in Israel.
David was a corporate attorney with the New York law firm of Wachtell, Lipton, Rosen & Katz from 1988 to 1993.
David was an adjunct professor at the Hebrew University of Jerusalem (The Law and Practice of Privatizations), an adjunct professor at the Interdisciplinary Center (Antitrust Law) and an adjunct professor at the Tel Aviv University School of Law (Telecommunications Law, Antitrust Law and Corporate Law).
LL.B., Hebrew University in Jerusalem (1986)
LL.M., New York University School of Law (1988)
SJD, New York University School of Law (1992)
Israel, New York.