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High Tech

Key partner

P. Capital Markets, Corporate, High Tech, Private Clients

Key partner

P. Banking & Finance, Corporate, Infrastructure & Project Finance, Private Clients

Key partner

P. Corporate, High Tech, Internet, Startups

A successful technology company relies on so much more than its technology. This is where the contribution of a law firm is so important. 

We understand what a technology company needs. We recognize the challenges faced by technology companies, and offer creative and custom-made solutions for any type of business.

 

Being at a client’s side through every stage of a company’s life cycle includes advising on everything from founders’ agreements, capital structure, and tax structure to government incentives, mergers and acquisitions, and raising capital.

In addition to these landmark points in a company’s development, we also see our role as the go-to advisors on any commercial issue. These include launches, production, marketing, distribution, joint ventures, and IP rights. The team also advises on regulatory issues. 

 

We advise companies of all sizes and from all industries: mature companies, venture capital funds, private equity funds, and entrepreneurs. We also represent both Israeli and international investors in the technology, life sciences, fintech, cyber, foodtech, software, and automotive fields.

 

Prestigious international and local legal guides recognize us as a leading firm in the Technology, TMT, Cyber, and Fintech areas. In addition, our partners are ranked as leaders in those fields.

 

We are deeply rooted and serve as a key player in Israel’s innovation and technology ecosystem. We work closely with hubs, accelerators, and educational programs, where our partners serve as mentors for young entrepreneurs.

News and updates - High Tech:


April 17, 2021

Blockchain and Real Estate

Globes has dedicated its Real Estate Supplement for Israel's Independence Day to real estate innovation. Dr. Zvi Gabbay was asked to publish a guest column discussing the implementation of blockchain technology that enables the registration and performance of digital operations through a distributed network of computers in the real estate field. According to Zvi, once land registration is also based on blockchain, buyers will be able to purchase real estate property and take out a mortgage in exactly the same way online purchases are made today.

March 12, 2021

High-Tech Companies’ IPOs – Meeting of Cultures on the Tel Aviv Stock Exchange

The corporate regime of public companies in Israel has developed around public protection against the controlling shareholder. These protections are not relevant to most high-tech companies, whose holdings are decentralized. Globes has published an article by Micky Barnea on this subject.

February 2, 2021

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.

High Tech

A successful technology company relies on so much more than its technology. This is where the contribution of a law firm is so important. 

We understand what a technology company needs. We recognize the challenges faced by technology companies, and offer creative and custom-made solutions for any type of business.

 

Being at a client’s side through every stage of a company’s life cycle includes advising on everything from founders’ agreements, capital structure, and tax structure to government incentives, mergers and acquisitions, and raising capital.

In addition to these landmark points in a company’s development, we also see our role as the go-to advisors on any commercial issue. These include launches, production, marketing, distribution, joint ventures, and IP rights. The team also advises on regulatory issues. 

 

We advise companies of all sizes and from all industries: mature companies, venture capital funds, private equity funds, and entrepreneurs. We also represent both Israeli and international investors in the technology, life sciences, fintech, cyber, foodtech, software, and automotive fields.

 

Prestigious international and local legal guides recognize us as a leading firm in the Technology, TMT, Cyber, and Fintech areas. In addition, our partners are ranked as leaders in those fields.

 

We are deeply rooted and serve as a key player in Israel’s innovation and technology ecosystem. We work closely with hubs, accelerators, and educational programs, where our partners serve as mentors for young entrepreneurs.

Key partner

P. Capital Markets, Corporate, High Tech, Private Clients

Key partner

P. Banking & Finance, Corporate, Infrastructure & Project Finance, Private Clients

Key partner

P. Corporate, High Tech, Internet, Startups

News and updates - High Tech:


April 17, 2021

Blockchain and Real Estate

Globes has dedicated its Real Estate Supplement for Israel's Independence Day to real estate innovation. Dr. Zvi Gabbay was asked to publish a guest column discussing the implementation of blockchain technology that enables the registration and performance of digital operations through a distributed network of computers in the real estate field. According to Zvi, once land registration is also based on blockchain, buyers will be able to purchase real estate property and take out a mortgage in exactly the same way online purchases are made today.

March 12, 2021

High-Tech Companies’ IPOs – Meeting of Cultures on the Tel Aviv Stock Exchange

The corporate regime of public companies in Israel has developed around public protection against the controlling shareholder. These protections are not relevant to most high-tech companies, whose holdings are decentralized. Globes has published an article by Micky Barnea on this subject.

February 2, 2021

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.

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