Yuval Lazi is a partner at our firm’s corporate and M&A department.
Yuval specializes in cross-border mergers and acquisitions, private equity and venture capital investments, both in the high-tech and low-tech industries, corporate finance, securities, intellectual property and complex corporate and commercial transactions, such as technology transfers, international distribution/franchise arrangements and BOT.
Yuval acts as a Mentor at Google Campus, advising numerous startups on capital raising, funding and various legal issues.
Yuval has extensive experience in the representation of multi-national corporations, both in Israel and abroad, including the United States, Russia and Eastern Europe. Yuval represents clients from various fields, including startups and hi-tech, telecommunications, automotive industries, agro, medical and food industry, industrial and green technologies.
Yuval was admitted to the Israeli bar in 2003 and to the New York State bar in 2004 and holds an LL.B. degree with Honours from Brunel University, London, in 2001.
Brunel University ,(LL.B) with Honours, 2001
Israel Bar Association, 2003
New York Bar, 2004
News and updates - Yuval Lazi:
Startau Elite Entrepreneurship Course
Adv. Yuval Lazi, Partner in the Technology Department at Barnea & Co., will lecture today on the topic of founders agreements and capital raising at ' Elite Entrepreneurship' - the Entrepreneurship Course of Startau, Tel Aviv University Entrepreneurship Center.
Adv. Yuval Lazi Interviewed by the Blog 'Talks about Entrepreneurship' on Founders Agreements
Adv. Yuval Lazi, Partner at Barnea & Co., interviewed by the blog 'Talks about Entrepreneurship' discussed the importance of Founders Agreements. Yuval discussed the risk of failure to make a founding agreement, in regard to how much it costs and how long the process takes.
Tamid IDC Pitch Event
Adv. Yuval Lazi, Partner in the Technology Department at Barnea & Co., participated as a judge at Tamid's Pitch Event. Tamid is part of the Interdisciplinary Center (IDC) Herzliya program that connects American students with the Israeli economic landscape.