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Corporate

Key partner

P. Capital Markets, Corporate, Kibbutz Sector, Private Clients, Technology

Key partner

P. Banking & Finance, Corporate, Infrastructure, Private Clients

Corporate is the heart of what we are about as a commercial law firm.

We advise on all kinds of corporations; public or private, all forms of raising capital; share issues or debt, and all forms of corporate restructuring; mergers and acquisitions, a transfer of control, any kinds of split, liquidation and more.

This doesn’t make us unique as a law firm but we believe that the way we go about providing these services does.

 

If you are considering an investment in a corporation, an IPO, merger or acquisition, partnership or joint venture or any other corporate related transaction, whether local or cross-border in nature, we will make sure that you go about it the right way.

Our hands-on approach is especially valuable in the case of cross-border transactions as this is the time when a client is particularly vulnerable and finds itself in unfamiliar territory. Our extensive cross-border experience gives you the greater certainty of a favorable outcome.

 

Our team will accompany you every step of the way: from drafting, to due diligence, through negotiations and to completion.

This is how we have succeeded in building a reputation for going further for every one of our clients.

News and updates - Corporate:


September 18, 2017

Article to The Times of Israel on the "Drag along Provision"

Adv. Ariella Dreyfuss, Partner at Barnea & Co. contributed an article to The Times of Israel on the "drag along provision" included in most investment documents. Ariella outlines five tips for minority shareholders looking to ensure the drag along mechanism works for them when negotiating investments.

August 21, 2017

Transfers of Data Base in M&A Transactions

The Israeli Law, Information and Technology Authority (ILITA) recently published a new draft directive regarding the handling of customers’ personal information (which is organized as a registered database or as a database under compulsory registration) when it is held by an acquiree company and is being transferred to the acquirer company within the scope of a merger or acquisition transaction. 

August 16, 2017

Dr. Zvi Gabbay talks SEC allegations against Mobileye founders with TheMarker

The US Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC) recently filed a lawsuit in a US court against an Israeli citizen and an American citizen for the use of inside information to acquire shares and options at Mobileye. The lawsuit alleges, among other things, that Mobileye's founders supplied information about the huge deal being forged between it and Intel. Dr. Zvi Gabbay, head of the Capital Markets Department at our firm was interviewed by TheMarker on the subject. He explained the differences between the enforcement process in Israel and the US and the relationship between civil enforcement by the SEC and criminal enforcement by federal prosecution.

Corporate

Corporate is the heart of what we are about as a commercial law firm.

We advise on all kinds of corporations; public or private, all forms of raising capital; share issues or debt, and all forms of corporate restructuring; mergers and acquisitions, a transfer of control, any kinds of split, liquidation and more.

This doesn’t make us unique as a law firm but we believe that the way we go about providing these services does.

 

If you are considering an investment in a corporation, an IPO, merger or acquisition, partnership or joint venture or any other corporate related transaction, whether local or cross-border in nature, we will make sure that you go about it the right way.

Our hands-on approach is especially valuable in the case of cross-border transactions as this is the time when a client is particularly vulnerable and finds itself in unfamiliar territory. Our extensive cross-border experience gives you the greater certainty of a favorable outcome.

 

Our team will accompany you every step of the way: from drafting, to due diligence, through negotiations and to completion.

This is how we have succeeded in building a reputation for going further for every one of our clients.

Key partner

P. Capital Markets, Corporate, Kibbutz Sector, Private Clients, Technology

Key partner

P. Banking & Finance, Corporate, Infrastructure, Private Clients

News and updates - Corporate:


September 18, 2017

Article to The Times of Israel on the "Drag along Provision"

Adv. Ariella Dreyfuss, Partner at Barnea & Co. contributed an article to The Times of Israel on the "drag along provision" included in most investment documents. Ariella outlines five tips for minority shareholders looking to ensure the drag along mechanism works for them when negotiating investments.

August 21, 2017

Transfers of Data Base in M&A Transactions

The Israeli Law, Information and Technology Authority (ILITA) recently published a new draft directive regarding the handling of customers’ personal information (which is organized as a registered database or as a database under compulsory registration) when it is held by an acquiree company and is being transferred to the acquirer company within the scope of a merger or acquisition transaction. 

August 16, 2017

Dr. Zvi Gabbay talks SEC allegations against Mobileye founders with TheMarker

The US Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC) recently filed a lawsuit in a US court against an Israeli citizen and an American citizen for the use of inside information to acquire shares and options at Mobileye. The lawsuit alleges, among other things, that Mobileye's founders supplied information about the huge deal being forged between it and Intel. Dr. Zvi Gabbay, head of the Capital Markets Department at our firm was interviewed by TheMarker on the subject. He explained the differences between the enforcement process in Israel and the US and the relationship between civil enforcement by the SEC and criminal enforcement by federal prosecution.

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