Ariella, originally from England, advises international and Israeli entrepreneurs and companies engaged in a wide range of high tech activities, including, communications, life sciences, medical devices, internet, financial services and advertising.
From incorporation through to an exit, Ariella skilfully guides companies in drafting and negotiating multi-layered corporate and commercial agreements, establishing strategic partnerships, raising capital, consummating complex mergers and acquisitions, all the time considering each companies’ unique commercial concerns.
Ariella also has significant experience in the field of infrastructure and project finance and advises leading infrastructure companies engaged in transportation, electricity, water, solar energy and gas.
Before joining Barnea & Co., Ariella served as a research assistant to Professor Barak-Erez (current Supreme Court Justice), and a foreign clerk to Supreme Court Justice Beinisch.
Ariella was endorsed by the prestigious ranking guide, Chambers & Partners, as one of Israel’s leading lawyers in the field of Corporate/M&A High-tech (Chambers Global 2016).
University of Birmingham, England (LL.B Hons.), 2005
Member of Israel Bar Association since 2008
News and updates - Ariella Dreyfuss:
Barnea & Co. Represented EXO Technologies in Acquisition by Lear
Barnea & Co. represented Israeli startup EXO Technologies, a developer of GPS technology for autonomous and connected vehicle applications, in its acquisition by the American corporation Lear.
Barnea & Co. Represented Menorah Mivtachim in its Accepted Offer to Purchase Shikun & Binui Holdings
Menorah Mivtachim Group participated in and won a competitive process conducted by Shikun & Binui for the sale of its holdings in the companies leading the Carmel Tunnels and Netivi Hatzafon Projects. The group was represented by Adv. Inon Yogev, a partner in Barnea & Co.'s Infrastructure and Project Finance Department.
Barnea & Co. represents HP in its acquisition of Samsung Electronics Co. Printer Business
HP Inc. completed its acquisition of Samsung Electronics Co., Ltd.’s printer business in a deal valued at $1.05 billion. HP Inc. was represented by Barnea & Co.