Roi joined Tadmor Levy & Co. in 2017, and serves as an associate with the firm’s Competition/Antitrust practice group, where he advises local and foreign clients on various aspects of competition/antitrust law, including complex mergers, joint ventures, restrictive trade practices, and matters relating to abuse of dominant position.
Roi represents major local and international firms in proceedings before the Israel Competition Authority, as well as complex litigation cases before civil courts, predominantly concerning competition/antitrust class actions.
During his legal studies, Roi worked as a student at a law firm specializing in criminal law and white-collar offenses. Roi also participated in Tel Aviv University’s Legal Clinic for Criminal Justice.
The Competition Tribunal's recent judgment thoroughly analysed the legality of target discounts offered by a dominant firm to its customers. The tribunal adopted a cautious approach towards retroactive target discounts, ruling that such pricing schemes could be condemned even if an equally efficient competitor was not excluded by the target discount and the level of market foreclosure was limited.
The Israeli Competition Authority recently published several clarifications regarding the application of the Economic Competition Law 5748-1988 in light of the COVID-19 pandemic. The clarifications refer to three main issues – namely, collaboration arrangements between competitors, gun-jumping rules in merger cases and postponement of reports required under the Law for the Advancement of Competition in the Food Sector 2014.
In February 2019 the Israel Competition Authority (ICA) published for public consultation a draft amendment to Public Statement 1/16: Considerations of the Competition Commissioner in Determining the Amount of a Monetary Penalty. Following public comments on the draft amendment, the ICA has now published a final amended statement. As such, the ICA's new methodology for imposing monetary penalties has taken full effect.
The Israel Competition Authority recently published a draft amendment to the Antitrust Regulations (Registry, Publication and Reporting of Transactions) for public consultation. The draft includes significant and far-reaching changes regarding the scope of the transactions that will require merger approval by the competition commissioner, as well as the extent of the disclosure that will be required when filing merger notifications.