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Adam Snukal’s practice is primarily focused around the centrality of technology across many verticals and industries, with an emphasis on health care, FinTech, privacy, cyber-security, Ad-Tech, entertainment, IT/cloud infrastructure, outsourcing and Aerospace/ New Space. Mr. Snukal also regularly counsels clients on their global privacy and data security compliance obligations, such as GDPR, HIPAA, CCPA, PCI, and more. Mr. Snukal’s clients range from large multi-nationals to emerging growth companies.

Mr. Snukal is both a frequent speaker and author of numerous articles on topics related to technology, advertising, media and the law.

^ Attorneys in the Tel Aviv office do not practice Israeli law.

The Court of Justice of the European Union (CJEU) declares invalid a decision of the European Commission which attested that the EU-U.S. Privacy Shield provided adequate protection to personal data
Continue Reading European Court of Justice Annuls EU-US Privacy Shield Framework

On February 12, President Obama signed an Executive Order aimed at strengthening the cybersecurity of the nation’s critical infrastructure. The Executive Order, titled “Improving Critical Infrastructure Cybersecurity” focuses on increasing protection from cyber attacks by: (i) requiring federal agencies to share information about cyber threats with U.S. companies; and (ii) directing the National Institutes of Standards and Technology (NIST) to develop standard practices and procedures to effectively minimize the risk of cyber attacks. As the owners and operators of critical infrastructure, government contractors and others, will be affected by the implementation of this Executive Order.
Continue Reading Executive Order on Cybersecurity Impacts Government Contractors and Other Critical

In late February, GT’s Tel Aviv office was pleased to host the visiting Deputy Commissioner for the State of Georgia’s Department of Economic Development (GDED), Gretchen Corbin, and her colleagues. Over two days, GDED representatives had the opportunity to meet with numerous Israel-based companies looking to launch or expand their presence in the US market. The visit focused on introducing Israeli companies working in the industrial sector that may be interested in establishing a manufacturing or distribution presence in Georgia.
Continue Reading Discussing the Challenges of Finding Rewarding Positions in Israel

On August 17, the United States Federal Communications Commission took an action that will simplify the process for foreign-owned entities to invest in the U.S. telecommunications service marketplace. The result will create new opportunities for foreign investment in U.S. telecoms.
Continue Reading FCC Simplifies Approval Process for Foreign-Owned Entities Seeking to Invest in U.S. Telecommunications Market