Adv. Yan Feldman is a senior associate in the Real Estate Department at Amit, Pollak, Matalon & Co.
Adv. Feldman joined the firm in 2022 after having been a senior associate in the real estate and finance department at Lipa Meir & Co. between 2019 – 2022. Prior thereto, he served as legal counsel for Isras – Rasko Group, a public company, between 2017 – 2019. Between 2012-2017 Adv. Feldman was an associate in the real estate transactions department of Agmon & Co. Rosenberg Hacohen & Co. and between 2010-2012 he was an associate in the real estate department of M. Firon & Co. Adv. Feldman completed his legal internship, in 2019-2010, in the real estate and litigation department of Hamburger Evron & Co. (now part of Erdinast Ben Natan Toledano with Hamburger Evron).
Adv. Feldman handles the entire spectrum of real estate transactions, often leading large-scale, complex, and challenging transactions for the acquisition and sale of real property.
Adv. Feldman regularly handles complex residential and commercial real estate transactions, often involving yielding properties, long term commercial leases, predominantly for yielding properties, real estate and municipal taxation, agreements with contractors, service providers, real estate tender bids, representation of real property purchase groups, real estate financing transactions, urban renewal transactions, hoteliery and industrial real estate transactions and more.
In his capacity as a real estate attorney, Adv. Feldman often researches and drafts legal opinions on complex legal matters, he represents a diverse range of clients, e.g., real property project initiators and developers, construction companies, private and governmental companies, and other private clients and enterprises.
Adv. Feldman’s motto is excellence and professionalism, and his vast experience is leveraged to provide client with thorough and A-Z services in the realm of real estate, from a very broad perspective of understanding the interface between the clients’ business and operational needs and the need to protect their legal interests.