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Invitation to Attend September Berlin Tech M&A Update

Software and Technology companies saw significant volume and valuation strength last year. But what impact will Brexit have on Tech M&A? What are the eight stages to get an optimal outcome in a M&A process? What are real deal disasters and how can you avoid them? Get an update on the latest trends, deal metrics … Continue Reading

Greenberg Traurig’s Gary M. Epstein Named in the 23rd Edition of Best Lawyers in America

Named in the 23rd Edition of Best Lawyers in America, Greenberg Traurig’s Gary M. Epstein has been recognized, for five consecutive years, on Best Lawyers’ “Lawyer of the Year” list. Gary is the Managing Shareholder of the firm’s Tel Aviv office; Co-Chair of its Israel Practice and the Senior Chair of GT’s Global Corporate & … Continue Reading

The Tokyo Stock Exchange: Gateway to the Asian Market

Introduction While many people in the global business community know that Japan is the world’s third largest economy, it is not as well known that Japan is also home to the world’s third largest stock exchange, the Tokyo Stock Exchange (TSE). The TSE’s popularity is due in part to its high liquidity, with an average … Continue Reading

GT Tel Aviv Office and Managing Shareholder Recognized by Chambers and Partners

The Greenberg Traurig Tel Aviv office is proud to once again be acknowledged by Chambers Global as a leading firm under the Israel-Corporate/M&A (Desk based Abroad) category. Apart from the group accomplishment, Gary Epstein (Tel-Aviv Managing Shareholder; Co-Chair of the Israel Practice was named Eminent Practitioner under the Israel-Corporate/M&A (Desk based Abroad) category. In addition to … Continue Reading

New NYSE Rule Requires Foreign Private Issuers to File Semi-Annual Unaudited Financial Information

The New York Stock Exchange (NYSE) announced the adoption of a rule change (the Rule Change) to its Listed Company Manual (the Manual) that would affect listed foreign private issuers (FPIs).1 In adopting the Rule Change, the NYSE has narrowed the gap in reporting requirements that currently exists between NYSE-listed FPIs and NYSE-listed domestic issuers. … Continue Reading
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