Dr. Eithan Y. Kidron is a partner in the firm’s Litigation Group.
Eithan is an expert in criminal law and in regulation. He advises and represents clients in cases involving white-collar criminal offenses and in administrative enforcement cases in Israel, and assists with their cross-border litigation in foreign courts.
In addition to his work at the firm, Eithan is a lecturer at the Tel Aviv University Faculty of Law and teaches the course “Criminal Law”. He previously taught the course “Criminal Law and Economic Regulation”.
Selected additional publications
- Exemption from Criminal Liability in the Organ Market, Law Studies Law Review (2015) (won “Law Studies” prize for best article)
- Systemic Forum Selection Ambiguity in Financial Regulation, American Criminal Law Review (2016)
- Understanding Administrative Sanctioning as Corrective Justice, Journal of Law and Reform (2017)
- Moral Turpitude as Administrative Enforcement – The Doctrine of Limited Bar, Mishpatim Law Review 50, 425 (2020)