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Greenberg Traurig Recognized in Chambers and Partners 2019 FinTech Guide

Global law firm Greenberg Traurig, LLP was ranked in the legal category of the Chambers and Partners 2019 FinTech Guide in both U.S. and Japan jurisdictions. In addition, the following shareholders were listed as notable practitioners: Barbara A. Jones (Los Angeles, U.S.) Carl A. Fornaris (Miami, U.S.) Viola Bensinger (Berlin, Germany) David Greenberg (New York, U.S.) Koichiro Ohashi (Tokyo, Japan) The Fintech Guide describes the firm in … Continue Reading

Greenberg Traurig’s Meital Stavinsky Speaks at Inaugural Startup Nation Conference

Greenberg Traurig Miami Shareholder Meital Stavinsky recently spoke at the May 17 Startup Nation Conference hosted by The Idea Center at Miami-Dade College and Tel Aviv University. Stavinsky, a shareholder in the Government Law and Policy and Israel practices, interviewed representatives of Israeli technology company Vayyar Imaging. The session focused on startup companies in the growth stage and discussed the secrets to their … Continue Reading

Greenberg Traurig to Sponsor Two Major Israel Event

Greenberg Traurig will be sponsoring two major Israel events this coming week. The first is the OurCrowd Global Investor Summit (January 25-26), set to bring together 3,000 investors and companies from 50 different countries. Shareholder and Israel Practice Co-Chair, Bob Grossman will be speaking at the opening planery. Israel Practice Co-Chairan, Tel-Aviv Managing Shareholder, and Global Corporate & Securities Practice Senior … Continue Reading

Joey Shabot Named One of The 40/40 Promising Professionals of 2015

Joey T. Shabot, a shareholder in the Tel Aviv office of international law firm Greenberg Traurig, LLP, was named one of Israel’s 40 most prominent professionals under 40. The list was published by The Marker, one of Israel’s leading business journals that annually selects executives, academics, public servants, technology entrepreneurs, and attorneys whom it expects … Continue Reading
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