Adv. Ori Primo is a lead partner in the Litigation Department at law firm Hamburger Evron & Co.
Adv. Primo’s practice covers the diverse aspects of commercial law, and he specializes in particular in disputes concerning real estate and infrastructures, commercial contracts and tenders, as well as representation of clients in administrative law cases.
The variety of topics with which Ori deals allows him and his team to provide full-range legal services to leading real estate and infrastructure companies.
Ori leads the legal representation of his clients before the different courts, including in developer-contractor disputes, handling the eviction of squatters and other rights holders from compounds, disputes pertaining to National Outline Plan No. 38 (TAMA 38) agreements, and eviction & redevelopment projects for urban renewal (including handling of recalcitrant tenants), complex contractual issues and more.
For many years, Ori has also represented public agencies on a gamut of complex issues, with special emphasis on singular disputes that touch on contractual, administrative and tender-related issues. Ori has accumulated a considerable reputation and experience in these areas, while also achieving significant precedents in the courts.
Ori lectures and holds seminars and continuing education programs in various settings, including on behalf of the Israel Bar Association.
Prior to his admittance to the Bar, Ori served as parliamentary assistant to MK Avraham Poraz, a former Minister of the Interior where, among others, he was involved in the drafting of bills and petitions to the High Court of Justice.
Ori completed his legal studies (LL.B) cum laude at the Hebrew University of Jerusalem (Class of 1998).