Timor Lahav focuses his practice on securities fraud litigation.
Timor participated in the Firm’s securities class action case against Brazil’s largest oil company, Petrobras, arising from a multi-billion dollar kickback and bribery scheme, in which the Firm, as sole Lead Counsel, achieved a historic $3 billion settlement for the Class, as well as precedent-setting legal rulings. Timor also participated in the firm’s landmark litigation against Yahoo!. Inc., for the massive security breach that compromised 1.5 billion users' personal information.
Timor received his LL.B. from Tel Aviv University School of Law in Israel, following which he clerked at one of Israel’s largest law firms. He was an associate at a law firm in Jerusalem, where, among other responsibilities, he drafted motions and appeals, including to the Israeli Supreme Court, on various civil matters.
He received his LL.M. from Benjamin N. Cardozo School of Law in New York. There, Timor received the Uriel Caroline Bauer Scholarship, awarded to exceptional Israeli law graduates.
Timor brings to Pomerantz several years’ experience as an attorney in New York, including examining local SOX anti-corruption compliance policies in correlation with the Foreign Corrupt Practices Act; and analysis of transactions in connection with DOJ litigation and SEC enforcement actions.
Timor was a Captain in the Israeli Defense Forces. He is a native Hebrew speaker and is fluent in Russian.
He is admitted to practice in New York and Israel.