Dalit Kelman, Attorney at Law
Dalit Kellman, Attorney at Law is a managing partner at Dov Shilensky & Co. Head of the Real Estate and Land Department and responsible for realizing bank collateral.
Dalit accumulated extensive experience in negotiating with and for some of the most prominent entities in the Israeli economy, which she assists, among other things, in putting together banking agreements, providing legal consultation, sales agreements and managing all stages of lawsuits, while managing cases in a personal, effective and creative manner – after preliminary planning and a comprehensive view of the legal treatment required for the case.
Thanks to the years of professionalism she has accumulated in the field of baking and insolvency, Daly regularly delivers lectures and seminars before banking forums and a large number of financial institutions.
Dalit specializes in counseling and representing bankruptcy, liquidation, receivership, creditor arrangement and forfeiture proceedings for debtors before all Court instances.
Her high level of professionalism in the field, as well as her interpersonal capabilities, have attracted the attention of the Courts, which often appoint her as Special Manager and/or Trustee for debtor assets on behalf of the Court in insolvency proceedings.
Dalit has a B.A. with Honors, in Humanities from Tel Aviv University (1991) and an LL.B from the Herzliya Interdisciplinary Center, and has been a member of the Israeli Bar Association since 1997.
Dalit is a member of the National Executions Committee of the Israeli Bar Association and a member of the Bar Association’s Liquidation and Receivership Committee, Tel Aviv District. Dalit started her professional career at the firm as an attorney in 1997, and has been a partner since 2007.
Areas of activity – real estate and land Commercial litigation and monetary suits. Insolvency.
Education B.A., 1991, Tel Aviv University, Department of Humanities.
LL.B, 1996, The Interdisciplinary Center, Herzliya, Law School.
Member of the Bar Association Israel Bar Association, 1997.
Languages Hebrew and English