Daniel possesses extensive experience in representing companies in a wide range of international commercial transactions, with an emphasis on mergers and acquisitions, financing transactions and sophisticated technology transfer arrangements.
Daniel provides counsel on a variety of commercial fields, including technology licensing transactions, domestic and international R&D grants, distribution and manufacturing agreements, capital raising, complex joint ventures, sale of assets and privacy protection.
In addition, Daniel manages the firm’s activities in the field of options and employee equity incentives. He counsels startups, technology companies, and senior managers on all aspects of designing and implementing capital incentive plans and individual grants for employees and senior executives.
The Interdisciplinary Center Herzliya (LL.B, B.A Business Administration), 2009
Member of Israel Bar Association since 2010
News and updates - Daniel Lorber:
The Effect of China-US Relations on Israeli Companies
Israeli companies that view the US as a relevant market for selling products, receiving investments, or a future sale or merger transaction should be aware of the Committee on Foreign Investment in the United States. Walla’s business section has published an important column by Daniel Lorber on the subject.
A Startup Guide to the American Market
Daniel Lorber was invited to speak at a new Tech7 and Nisha Global meetup for those looking for their next market overseas. Daniel discussed the differences in US and Israeli business cultures.
Barnea Representing Original Shareholders the Topaz Family in Sale of Holdings in Keystone Group
About a year and a half after the investment fund Accelmed, which is managed by Uri Geiger, announced the merger of the company it controls, American Keystone Group, with the Israeli Paltop company, controlled by Shmuel Topaz, it is now acquiring the entire holdings in Paltop for NIS 100 million. This ends the conflict between the investor groups of Paltop and Accelmed. Advs. Daniel Lorber, Netta Bromberg, Harel Perlmutter and Dor Marinovsky represented the Topaz family and the Paltop investors.