Adv. Dana Tirangel-Lipka heads the Antitrust and Competition Law department in Amit, Pollak, Matalon & Co.
Dana possesses vast experience in the field of antitrust and competition law practices, as well as in handling complex transactions, including, amongst others, commercial transactions, mergers & acquisitions, all of which involve broad and complex aspects of competition law.
Dana represents a diverse cross-sector clientele, including leading companies in the food retail industry, consumer goods sector, hi-tech companies and start-ups, real estate businesses, energy companies and more.
Dana joined the firm as head of the the antitrust and competition law department in 2023, after having served for 10 years in the Competition Authority and one of Israel’s leading law firms in this practice area.
During her years with the Competition Authority, Dana held various positions, and has gained a reputation as an expert in the field, having initially started as a junior associate team member, and later, as senior head of team in the Competition Authority. In her early days with the Competition Authority, she coordinated competition related legislation within the Authority, including having overseen various legislative processes pertaining to competition law, the law for the prevention of market concentration, legislation for promotion of competition in the food & beverages sector, representation of the Director General of the Competition Authority before ministerial committees, Knesset committees and international forums on competition law.
During her years of service with the Competition Authority Dana was part of the authority’s Banking Team, in which capacity she represented the Competition Authority in various banking committees, including the Strum Committee that dealt with the separation of credit card companies from the banks. Later, she was appointed head of the Food and Agriculture Team, and head of the Energy Team, in which capacity she was involved in the implementation of the reforms to the energy and electricity markets in Israel. In her different positions, Dana managed and oversaw various projects and cases which fell under her mandate, including legal proceedings pertaining to the then relatively new legislation for promotion of competition in the food & beverages sector. Additionally, Dana represented the Competition Authority in various governmental committees and forums, such as the committee on import quotas of the Ministry of Economy, and the cost-of-living forum of the then Minister of the Economy. Dana also represented the Competition Authority in a political delegation that negotiated the bi-lateral trade agreements with South Korea, the Euro-Asian Union and China.
Hebrew and English.