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. In this framework, Daniel 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.
Daniel’s clients include venture capital funds, investors, industrial companies, and startups in various fields – medical devices, augmented and virtual reality, internet, fintech etc.
The Interdisciplinary Center Herzliya (LL.B, B.A Business Administration), 2009
Member of Israel Bar Association since 2010
News and updates - Daniel Lorber:
Israel Takes US Approach in Enabling Affordable Fast Track to Register Provisional Patents
A new, welcome initiative by the Israel Patent Office intends to allow entrepreneurs, through a preliminary and fast-tracked process, to submit an application for the provisional registration of a patent. This is a significant step, which could revolutionize entrepreneurial innovation in Israel and make it easier on many Israelis who wish to protect future patents. In the course of the fast-track process, the application is not considered for a year, and applicants are able to set an early submission date for the patent's registration.
Firm Partners Lecture at TAU Entrepreneurship Center
As part of the firm's collaboration with Tel Aviv University's Entrepreneurship Center, we were invited to lecture students on the relevant legal aspects of entrepreneurial activity. Daniel Lorber discussed the basics behind founders’ agreements and why it's important to make such an agreement. Yuval Lazi explained the methods, possibilities, and challenges of venture capital raising, from family and friends to exits. Anat Even-Chen concluded with a lecture on online business activities, including what website policies should contain and how to build a business correctly so as not to be exposed to privacy issues.
Chambers TMT Guide 2020: Law in Practice
As experts in the TMT field, our firm was asked to contribute the Israeli law and practice overview for the Chambers Israel TMT guide. In their overview, Micky Barnea, Daniel Lorber, Anat Even-Chen, and Nir Abraham discuss legal considerations for big data, machine learning, and artificial intelligence. They also address key data protection principles, the challenges with IT service agreements, privacy matters, and more. As a whole, the TMT guide offers insights for each jurisdiction.