Mr. Shapira is a leading litigator and has extensive and unique experience in crisis management and resolution, providing his clients with comprehensive and cross-disciplinary solutions. Mr. Shapira regularly provides consultation services to capital holders, corporations and public officials.
Mr. Shapira’s unique qualities have resulted in him being recognized as one of the “Top Lawyers of the Future” by the Globes business newspaper, as part of a special 2017 project titled “The Heirs” in commemoration of Israel’s Independence Day.
Mr. Shapira represents private clients and corporations, including public companies, both in Israel and internationally, in cases related to financial suits in the scope of tens of millions of ILS, complex commercial disputes, proxy fights, and more.
Mr. Shapira specializes in the representation of defendants in complex financial cases and offenses concerning businesspeople and public figures, in particular in the areas of securities law, antitrust, money laundering, bribery, bribery of foreign public employees, fraud and breach of trust, tax offenses, and negligent homicide offenses. Mr. Shapira represents senior business people, ministers, members of Knesset, and mayors in some of the most prominent and significant cases at the center of public attention in Israel.
Mr. Shapira’s business-commercial approach, as well as his ability to devise out-of-the-box solutions, have helped him establish a strong status in recent years as a highly sought-after mediator in complex and sensitive business disputes, with high rates of success in such mediations.
Alongside his work, Mr. Shapira also serves as a deputy commander of a battalion in the IDF reserves.