Yigal Arnon & Co.'s administrative law practice has extensive experience in administrative petitions, and petitions and appeals to the Supreme Court, in various fields. In addition, the Firm has extensive experience in tenders' law - drafting and negotiating multi-faceted tender documents, as well as experience in advising regarding legislation, and regulation drafting.
The Firm has gained extensive experience in Administrative Law, including, inter alia, representation before government authorities and administrative bodies, representations in administrative appeal procedures in the Administrative Affairs Court, including representation in the Supreme Court ruling as the High Court of Justice, representation against administrative actions, submitting applications for permits and license required by law, representation before Appeal Committees and representation in tender process' before public bodies and administrative law issues relating to tenders law.
The Firm has also handled one of Israel's most important administrative law matters - a petition to the High Court of Justice, as a service for the public and on behalf of IDF soldiers who serve compulsory service, demanding the Ministry of Defense to establish clear criteria for determining the basic subsistence allowance they receive and to update the components of the list, which was used to determine the amount of the subsistence allowance. As a result of this petition and after a long battle, the Israeli High Court of Justice obligated the IDF to establish criteria for an update of the basic subsistence allowance of IDF soldiers, and consequently led to an increase of approximately NIS 1 billion to the basic subsistence allowance budget.