Livnat, Mayer & Co. - Advocates לבנת, מאיר ושות' - עורכי דין

Representative Transactions

Representative Transactions

Following are brief descriptions of some of the matters handled by our partners:

  • Obtained banking license for a U.S. international bank to open its representative office in Israel

  • Obtained insurance company license for Israeli subsidiary of U.S. international insurance company

  • Representing a U.K. international bank in complex litigation against Israeli and U.S. debtors with respect to an US$11 million claim

  • Representing major Israeli conglomerate in contest proceeding of Its trademark application

  • Negotiation of lease, construction and maintenance agreements for embassy premises in Tel-Aviv

  • Structure and implementation of numerous private equity investments for venture capital investors

  • Negotiation and drafting joint venture, manufacturing, and distribution relationships with parties in Israel, the U.S. and Europe

  • Representation of foreign embassies with respect to leasing chancery/office space, Head of Mission/Ambassador residence leases, employment law matters, sovereign immunity issues and tax matters

  • Formation and representation of Israeli Not-For-Profits (Amutot)

  • Representation of biotech companies from formation, IP matters including licensing of technology, investment rounds, general corporate and labor law matters

  • Representation of clients with respect to wills, trusts and estates matters including preparation of wills and probating estates

  • Representation of major international European bank with respect to liquidation of portfolio of debt financing to Israeli companies and related workout matters

  • Representation of MARCOM businesses regarding structuring transactions and investment portfolios

  • Representation of credit/debit card processing company involved in providing payment gateway and related services to businesses selling products and services both via the Internet and via point-of-sale terminals including structuring and negotiating with international banks and local processors