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 NPOs, 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.
Tel Aviv University LL.M. 2020
The Interdisciplinary Center Herzliya LL.B, B.A Business Administration 2010
Member of Israel Bar Association since 2011
News and updates - Sagi Gross:
An Act of Deterrence against a Polluting Plant
Israel's Ministry of Environmental Protection imposed a financial sanction of NIS 634,000 on Bazan Group's Gadiv Petrochemical Industries for not complying with a deadline to stop harmful emissions. The ministry stated that due to the severity of the violation, both a financial sanction and administrative enforcement measures would be imposed.
Second Phase of Financial Assistance Grants for Third Sector Kicks Off
Several days ago, the second phase of financial assistance grants for third-sector companies kicked off. Compared to the first phase, the size of a company's revenue for grant eligibility was expanded, as were the period of harm and the maximum assistance threshold.
Barnea Represented Azrieli Group in Launch of New Fashion Website
Azrieli Group and MGS have launched a retail website to sell fashion and footwear products. This is the first time Azrieli has set up a company together with a retailer. The deal was led by Sagi Gross.