- Distressed Transactions Get More Creative – Expect to see more companies in need of creative financing solutions, and investors who are specialized in distressed situations. Companies will need to think
With nearly 30 years of employment law experience, Meira Ferziger has provided legal counsel to hundreds of Israeli start-up companies hiring employees in the United States. Meira has accompanied such companies from their first step into the U.S. market, through the process of remotely managing U.S. employees on a day-to-day basis in accordance with applicable laws, and she has provided invaluable professional and practical counsel to such clients during capital funding, merger & acquisition, and IPO stages.
Based in Greenberg Traurig’s Tel Aviv Office, Meira focuses on the individual needs of particular companies, preventative strategies and litigation avoidance. She guides clients through the development and implementation of employment policies and practices in light of applicable local, state, and federal laws, and advises clients as to minimizing the risk associated with terminating employees, including potential discrimination, unjust dismissal, and/or breach of contract claims. Meira also plays a central role in advising clients with respect to the employment aspects of corporate transactions, including the preparation and negotiation of employment and retention agreements for key employees in connection with such transactions.
Federal Trade Commission Seeks Industry Comment On Proposed Noncompete Ban
On January 5, 2023, the United States Federal Trade Commission (“FTC”) issued a proposed rule that would greatly impact Israeli businesses with US-based employees, in the event such proposed rule…Continue Reading Federal Trade Commission Seeks Industry Comment On Proposed Noncompete Ban
U.S. Company Obligations in Light of the Coronavirus Outbreak
For the Hebrew version of this article please click here.
The World Health Organization (WHO) has designated the rapid international spread of the deadly coronavirus, 2019-nCoV, (the “Coronavirus”) a…
Continue Reading U.S. Company Obligations in Light of the Coronavirus Outbreak
Are Employment Agreements Necessary for US Employees?
At the request of the Guberman Group, which provides accounting and financial management services to Israeli companies, including those operating in the United States, attorney Meira Ferziger has prepared an…
Continue Reading Are Employment Agreements Necessary for US Employees?
Attention New York Employers: When It Comes to Workplace Harassment, Times Are Changing
Employers have only seven weeks to ensure that all employees working in the State of New York have completed a sexual harassment prevention training program that meets the standards required…
Continue Reading Attention New York Employers: When It Comes to Workplace Harassment, Times Are Changing
A Non-Compete Law Roadmap for Tech Start-Ups in Key Jurisdictions
Israeli companies doing business in the United States have a wide range of states from which they hire employees. As our colleagues in the California, Massachusetts, New York, and Texas…
Continue Reading A Non-Compete Law Roadmap for Tech Start-Ups in Key Jurisdictions