David Shachor is a partner in the firm’s Sustainability and Environment Group and the Local Authorities Group.
David acquired unique expertise in water and infrastructures, specializing in a wide range of local authorities and infrastructure-related aspects, including natural resources and public utilities, such as electricity, water and wastewater systems. David advises on regulatory issues related to water, providing assistance in development of large-scale water, sewage and treated wastewater projects, as well as practicing litigation related to water quality issues, establishment of water corporations, assistance to water corporations and associations, water and treated wastewater infection.
David provides ongoing assistance to various local authorities and municipal corporations as an expert in water and wastewater infrastructure development, engagement in development contracts and development levies.
David has vast experience in assisting the legislative processes and representing clients in administrative law-related proceedings, as well as representing clients in the Israel High Court of Justice in a wide range of petitions and large-scale class actions.
Moreover, David represents and advises to public and private entities on various environmental issues, such as air, water, soil as well as river and marine pollution. As part of this activity, David also evaluates the environmental aspects of diverse M&A transactions, infrastructure projects, performs due diligence pertaining to soil and water pollution, air, marine and river pollution, garbage and wastewater pollution, odor, noise and light nuisances, asbestos, packaging, ionizing radiation (radioactive materials) and non-ionizing radiation (antennas, overhead power lines, transformers). Furthermore, David assists businesses to implement sustainable environmental policies.