Sagi possesses vast and varied experience in commercial law, corporate law, mergers and acquisitions, intellectual property, and regulation. Sagi provides ongoing legal advice to a variety of corporations, particularly cooperative societies and partnerships.
Sagi advises the firm’s corporate clients on various aspects of commercial and corporate law, including commercial agreements, service agreements, loan and securities agreements, distribution, franchising, manufacturing, sale, and supply. In addition, Sagi provides legal opinions on a variety of regulatory issues, including antitrust, consumer protection, and tenders law.
Sagi also represents clients in commercial transactions, joint ventures, mergers and acquisitions, and restructuring and financing arrangements.
Prior to joining Barnea, Sagi practiced law for several years at a leading Israeli firm.
The Interdisciplinary Center Herzliya (LL.B, B.A Business Administration), 2010
Member of Israel Bar Association since 2011
News and updates - Sagi Gross:
Amendment to Block Exemption for Non-Horizontal Arrangements with No Particular Price Restrictions Approved
An amendment to a block exemption for non-horizontal arrangements with no particular price restrictions was recently approved. The purpose of the amendment to the block exemption is to clarify the term “competitors,” which was defined in a general and vague manner in the original block exemption.
A Reform in Israel's Insolvency Laws
Recently, the Knesset has passed the Law of Insolvency and Economic Rehabilitation – which is aimed at updating the law on insolvency currently in effect in Israel. The Law will take effect in 18 months from now.
Barnea & Co. represented Industries Centers EOD in the acquisition of control by US company ADM
The acquisition of control by US company ADM of Israeli company Industries Centers EOD—which imports and markets animal feed, processes seeds, and stores emergency inventory for the state—has been completed. The company was represented by Advs. Micky Barnea, Yuval Lazi, Ilan Blumenfeld, Daniel Lorber, Sagi Gross, and Daniel Kleinman.