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Greenberg Traurig Hosts Wharton Israel Conference Monday, June 6, 2016

On June 6, the Boston office of Greenberg Traurig hosted the Wharton Israel Conference “Spotlight on Israeli Innovation in Healthcare and Biopharmaceuticals” for Boston area biotechnology and pharmaceutical professionals with Israeli connections.  Roman Fayerberg (Boston IP) gave the welcome remarks and Chinh H. Pham (Boston IP) moderated a discussion panel “From Idea to Implementation: A … Continue Reading

How Israeli entities can plan for US security review and reduce risk when investing in US technology companies

Despite the close US-Israel relationship, Israeli companies and funds seeking to invest in US technologies can face US national security scrutiny that could significantly delay deals, and in some cases prevent or unwind the transaction. Israeli investment in US technology companies, however, should continue to be regarded as an attractive option, as long as the … 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

Attorney Spotlight: Beth Cohen, Director of Global Emerging Growth Services

Beth Cohen Member of GT since: June, 2012 Describe your involvement with the Greenberg Traurig Israel Practice Group: As Director of Global Emerging Growth Services, I lead an exciting program at GT geared exclusively for our start-up clients, and our Israel Practice Group is a key part of this program.  I serve as an entrepreneur-in-residence and … Continue Reading

SEC Adopts Regulation Crowdfunding to Facilitate Early Capital Raises

The U.S. regulators have long been considering ways to make it easier for early-stage startup companies to raise capital in a more flexible and less cumbersome method.  The SEC has finally published regulations providing emerging companies with access to U.S. “crowd” investors making smaller investments.  Although the new regulations are perhaps less of a radical … Continue Reading

Alternative Investment Funds – Changes in the EU Regulatory Landscape

We are pleased to share with our readers the GT Alert – — Private Placement of Alternative Investment Funds in the EU: Changing Regulatory Landscape, that details the guidelines of the European Union’s Alternative Investment Fund Managers Directive (AIFMD) and their effect on the regulatory landscape in each EU jurisdiction. This Alert was prepared by … Continue Reading
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