Born in Israel. Admitted in Israel 1998, USA - New York. Member of the Israel Bar Association.
Academic Degrees: The Hebrew University of Jerusalem, Israel, Law, 1997 ( LL.B).
Partner in the firm Advocate Mazor Matzkevich joined the Israel Antirust Authority and from 1999, led the IAA's criminal practice. In 2001 she was appointed Head of the Authority's Criminal Section. While holding this positionsupervised the Authority's prosecutors in criminal cases. She herself represented the Authority in litigation proceedings at the District and Supreme courts. Ms. Matzkevich personally led the key criminal cases of the Authority, including the first case in which prison sentences were imposed on cartel members supervised the Authority's prosecutors in criminal cases. She herself represented the Authority in litigation proceedings at the District and Supreme courts. Ms. Matzkevich personally led the key criminal cases of the Authority, including the first case in which prison sentences were imposed on cartel members Was also responsible for the Authority's regulatory activity in sectors such as professional organizations, Water and Environment. Between 2001-2002, she also served as the legal counsel of the Authority's Procurements and Tenders Committee. In 2003 she joined the Federal Trade Commission's North East Regional Office. During her six years tenure at the Federal Trade Commission (FTC), Ms. Matzkevich practiced both antitrust and consumer protection law. She was the lead counsel or co-counsel of merger and non-merger cases involving various industries, including high-tech, retail, pharmaceuticals, agro-chemistry, energy, hospitals, and food. Ms. Matzkevich was part of the FTC's litigation team in the cases of North Texas Specialty Physicians and Whole Foods/Wild Oats. She also took part in the current Intel investigation. Ms. Matzkevich's consumer protection practice at the FTC included investigation and trial of false advertisements, fraud, telemarketing regulation, and privacy cases.
Advocate Matzkevich has published number of articles on Antitrust Law. Inter alia, she is the co-author of the Israeli Chapter in The International Comparative Legal Guide to Cartels & Leniency 2011 (Global Legal Group Ltd., 2011).
Areas of Practice:
Antitrust Law, Consumer Law, Privacy Protection, Money Laundering.