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At Shlomo Zarfati Law Office we offer practical business and legal counsel to clients across a broad range of industries, from traditional industries to hi tech, finance, internet and e-commerce. We pay particular attention to industry specifics, our clients’ unique business needs and the changing legal and regulatory climate.
Our services include advice on a broad range of corporate transactional and other matters, including mergers and acquisitions, corporate finance, corporate governance, private equity investments, strategic alliances and joint ventures.
Mergers and Acquisitions
We assist our clients in all aspects of M&A transactions – from front-end strategic planning, due diligence and structuring to negotiating and managing the deal process through successful execution and closing.
We handle transactions ranging in size and complexity, yet we recognize that every transaction, regardless of size, is important to our clients. With this basic guideline we strive to bring the same practical approach, creativity and commitment to excellence to each transaction we are involved in.
Hi Tech, Venture Capital and Venture Lending
We offer entrepreneurs, inventors and start-ups a comprehensive legal service ranging from advice on the initial structure and formation of a new corporation, representation in all stages of venture capital investments and protection of intellectual property rights, through draft and negotiation of commercial agreements, ongoing advise on legal matters involving their development and exits.
In addition, we offer legal advice to venture capital funds and other investors on venture capital investments and venture lending.
Labor and Employment
Employment law is integral to our corporate practice. Labor and employment law in Israel is rapidly evolving and changing. We are well versed in those changes and have innovative approaches to address our clients’ immediate and long term objectives.
We provide our clients ongoing advice on daily employment-related matters such as recruitment, engagement of service providers, equity compensation plans for employees and termination of employment relations.
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