Martin Strugo is an associate at the firm's Tel-Aviv office where he concentrates his practice on real estate law and has extensive experience in planning & construction law and municipal taxation. Martin often appears on behalf of his clients before Planning and Construction Committees and before the Court of Administrative Affairs in this capacity.
Martin interned at the Tel Aviv District Attorney's Office (Administrative-Civil Field), and prior to joining Naschitz Brandes Amir, he worked at a well-known firm that specializes in his areas of expertise. He gained a wealth of experience representing Planning and Construction Committees and municipalities in his purview.
Martin is part of the firm's real estate practice team, which focuses on urban renewal construction projects, real estate development, impairment claims, improvement levy appeals, and ongoing assistance to real estate developers, contractors, private clients, and landowners.
LL.B. (cum laude), Sha'arei Mishpat College (2016)
M.B.A, Bar-Ilan University (2019)