The Binational Industrial Research and Development (BIRD) Foundation has just announced it is once again accepting joint proposals for financing of joint U.S.-Israel ventures and development projects. Greenberg Traurig, the only Am Law 100 law firm that maintains a full service, permanent office in Israel, is uniquely positioned to assist both U.S. and Israel-based clients looking to build bridges and develop cross-border partnerships between the two countries. As such, we make it a priority to make our clients and general readership aware of exciting and relevant opportunities, such as the BIRD Foundation grants. Read more for details on submitting proposals.