Greenberg Traurig’s Tel Aviv office is proud to be able to support charitable causes in Israel and abroad. This past Monday, shareholders in the office attended United Hatzalah’s gala dinner, an event that brought together GT clients, business leaders and non-profit volunteers from across Israel.

United Hatzalah is a volunteer-based emergency medical services organization based in Israel. Its mission is to provide immediate medical intervention during the critical window between the onset of an emergency and the arrival of traditional ambulance assistance. Eli Beer, a Young Global Leader of the World Economic Forum, presented a vision for how technology and emergency medicine can be leveraged for the good of society, bringing together paramedics from Israel’s Jewish, Muslim and Christian communities, and from diverse ethnic backgrounds.

Attending the event on behalf of Greenberg Traurig were Managing Shareholder of the Tel Aviv office, Joey Shabot; Shareholders Adam Snukal and Lawrence Sternthal, and Business Director Sara Dahan.


Pictured (left to right): Shareholder Lawrence Sternthal with spouse Tamar Sternthal, Sari Shabot spouse of Tel Aviv Managing Shareholder Joey Shabot