Advocate Budowitz-Sagir possesses rich experience in managing major litigation cases, representation and ongoing counseling to corporations and executives, as well as in handling collective work disputes and bargaining and in representing workers’ union. She is an expert on drawing up collective agreements as well as on arbitration and mediation proceedings.
Advocate Budowitz-Sagir is a sought-after speaker on labor law in general and on anti-sexual harassment legislation in particular. She is also in charge of the labor legal clinic at the Interdisciplinary Center Herzliya on behalf of Heled Law.
Born in Israel in 1976, Advocate Budowitz-Sagir graduated with honors from the Faculty of Law in the College of Administration and acquired a master’s degree in the Faculty of Law at Tel Aviv University. She was admitted to the Israel Bar Association in 2002.
Her first legal position was as the legal counsel of TAAS’ workers’ union. In 2003, she joined Asher Heled & Co. In 2012, she was called to fulfill a high-ranking position at the legal office of the Prime Minister Office. In that position, she was responsible for all aspects of labor law in the Ministry, including representation of the PM office in legal proceedings. Having accumulated extensive experience in negotiating with government officials and the treasury, drafting new bills and participating in the deliberations of the Knesset (Israeli parliament), she returned to the Firm in 2015 and in 2016 joined Heled Law as a partner.
Languages: Hebrew and English