Daniel’s practice focuses on representing publicly traded companies in Israel and abroad, as well as emerging and established companies across a broad spectrum of industries.
Daniel advises local and foreign companies on corporate finance, mergers and acquisitions, corporate partnerships, strategic investors and joint ventures from initial seed financing through to exit.
Daniel is well experts in the field of options and employee equity incentives. Daniel advises the firm’s clients, including foreign and Israeli companies, as well as executives and senior management regarding all aspects of designing, implementing and managing equity based compensation plans and benefits.
In addition, Daniel advises Israeli and foreign companies in relation to various regulatory issues, including antitrust, R&D and innovation funding from the Innovation Authority and defense export control.
Daniel works closely with hubs, accelerators and educational programs, including Tau Ventures – the first venture capital fund, founded by Tel Aviv University.
Prior to joining Barnea, Daniel practiced law for several years in the international department of a leading Israeli law firm.
The Interdisciplinary Center Herzliya (LL.B, B.A Business Administration), 2009
Member of Israel Bar Association since 2010
News and updates - Daniel Lorber:
Barnea Represented Investor in Israeli Cybersecurity Company Claroty
Barnea advised an investor in relation to a $60 million investment in cybersecurity company Claroty. The company specializes in cybersecurity for industrial control networks.
Barnea Represented ADM Capital in Investment in Israeli Startup Rootility
Barnea represented ADM Capital, a UK-based investment fund, in an investment round in the Israeli plant-breeding startup Rootility.
Hosting Taasiyeda Participants for Lecture on Startup Essentials
Our firm is hosting today the participants of Taasiyeda, an education program founded by the Manufacturers Association of Israel, for a seminar on founders' agreements, IP, and tax issues.