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Daniel Kleinman
Adv. Daniel Kleinman

Electra City Tower
58 Harakevet St.
Tel Aviv
6777016

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Daniel Kleinman

Daniel is a lawyer in the firm’s Commercial Department.

Daniel represents companies, both local and international, in mergers and acquisitions and other commercial transactions. He assists in the preparation of a wide range of commercial agreements, including founders’, shareholders’, investment, service agreements and more.

 

In addition, Daniel provides comprehensive legal counsel to Israeli and foreign corporations on a variety of regulatory matters related to their commercial activities. These include antitrust issues, consumer protection, privacy protection, and more.

 

Daniel also represents non-profit organizations (associations, public benefit companies, etc.), providing them advice on how to obtain the required certifications in order to receive donations according to the tax laws.

 

Daniel completed his internship at Barnea.

Education:


Interdisciplinary Center Herzliya (LL.B., BA in Business Administration) 2015

Admission:


Member of Israel Bar Association since 2016



News and updates - Daniel Kleinman:


May 27, 2019

Israeli Registrar of Amutot Presents a New Policy – Certificate of Proper Management Valid for Two Years

The Israeli Registrar of Amutot and Dedications has changed its policy on the granting of certificates of proper management to Amutot and public benefit companies (PBC). From now on, any Amutot and PBC that meets particular criteria will be entitled to receive a certificate of proper management valid for two years, instead of for one year, as was the case until now.

March 20, 2019

Barnea Represented Danel Ltd. in the Acquisition of Levinger Group

Our firm represented Danel Ltd. in a deal to acquire 51% of Levinger Group. This marks a strategic move by Danel to expand into the private health field.

July 26, 2018

P2P Lending Platforms Will Be Allowed to Provide Loans from Their Nostro Accounts

In July 2018, the Commissioner of the Capital Market, Insurance and Savings Authority published draft guidelines that will enable P2P lending platform operators to operate a system that offers loans from their own nostro accounts.

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