Eitan Mehulal Sadot has represented leading entities involved in all major import tax reforms instituted by government offices and Knesset committees in recent years, including significant alcoholic beverage and automotive part taxation reforms. The firm provides ongoing import tax consultation to foreign companies and serves as their trusted legal advisor in transactions conducted in Israel.
Over the past decade, the firm has represented prominent companies in large-scale tax disputes. The firm’s clients include Israel’s leading importers and business entities, and some of the world’s largest international corporations.
Eitan Mehulal Sadot represents local and global companies in all aspects of international trade regulation enacted by the Ministry of Economy and Industry, the Ministry of Health, the Ministry of Agriculture and Rural Development, the Ministry of Transportation and Road Safety, and various government committees
As Israel’s most prominent legal experts in anti-dumping duties and import levies, the firm’s attorneys are actively involved in significant legal proceedings. The firm represents Israeli and international companies before the Commissioner of Trade Levies at the Ministry of Economy and Industry, the Advisory Committee to the Minister of Economy and Industry and the Knesset’s Finance Committee.
Eitan Mehulal Sadot represents clients in a wide range of maritime and shipping law claims. The firm has extensive experience in freight insurance claims and in disputes relating to damages throughout the logistic supply chain. In addition, the firm represents Israeli and foreign companies in commercial disputes pertaining to international sales agreements, bills of lading, documentary credits and general interpretation of Incoterms.
Eitan Mehulal Sadot is ranked as a leading import tax firm in Israel by The Legal 500 and by Chambers & Partners, who recently described the firm as “Synonymous with high-quality expertise in customs work”.
The import taxes & international trade department’s attorneys has extensive experience in representing Israeli and international companies in taxation, international trade, intellectual property and shipping claims, and in disputes involving carriers, international forwarders and insurance companies.
The department’s attorneys speak before select forums and conferences, contribute articles to Israel’s leading newspapers and journals (The Marker, Globes, Haaretz and others), and provide professional commentary in the mainstream media.
Firm partner Ehud Kronfeld has lectured on international trade at Tel Aviv University for 22 years.
Department attorney Sharon Sofrin served as a management member of the corporation union for customs agents and international shippers, which operates under the Federation of Israeli Chambers of Commerce. Adv. Sofrin provided legislation guidance and represented organization members in matters concerning the Tax Authority, government offices and related business entities.