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Commercial, corporate and M&A
Commercial, corporate and M&A - ranked: tier 5

Eitan Mehulal Sadot, Advocates & Patent Attorneys

Eitan Mehulal Sadot, Advocates & Patent Attorneys handles a range of investment and acquisition deals and commercial agreements for investment funds and public and private companies, including a number of Israeli subsidiaries of international corporates. The department is jointly led by Yaron Mehulal and Guy Hadar, the latter of whom advised one of the firm's key clients, Tene Investment Fund, on a number of transactions in 2017-2018, including an acquisition of shares in Noga Engineering and Technology, and an asset sale transaction with Leumi Partners. The team is also engaged by clients such as Live Nation Israel and Ticketmaster Israel, both of which Hadar has advised on various joint venture and commercial agreements.

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Intellectual property: filing/prosecution
Intellectual property: filing and prosecution: patents - ranked: tier 2

Eitan Mehulal Sadot, Advocates & Patent Attorneys

Intellectual property: filing and prosecution: trade marks and copyrights - ranked: tier 2

Eitan Mehulal Sadot, Advocates & Patent Attorneys

Eitan Mehulal Sadot, Advocates & Patent Attorneys has recently experienced marked growth both in terms of personnel and caseload, which includes work from domestic and international corporates across a variety of trade mark and patent mandates. One key contact in the team is Sally Gillis, who co-heads the patent group and also leads the copyright practice. Gillis, who is highly regarded by clients and peers, has handled dozens of patent applications for one of the Israeli Patent Office's most active foreign filers; she is also engaged by multiple international pharmaceutical groups in relation to patent prosecution and portfolio management. Another figure in the patent group is Joel Vidal, who has advised a global communications provider on nearly 100 worldwide patent applications. Shirley Gal leads the trade marks practice and advises a number of well-known Israeli corporates on domestic and international trade mark enforcement and prosecution.

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Restructuring and insolvency
Restructuring and insolvency - ranked: tier 3

Eitan Mehulal Sadot, Advocates & Patent Attorneys

The team at Eitan Mehulal Sadot, Advocates & Patent Attorneys has extensive experience in the management of insolvent companies and also acts for bondholders and other creditors. Of particular note, Karen Reichbach-Segal acted as joint trustee in a stay of proceedings involving Honigman & Sons, which had over 137 locations throughout Israel before the company's assets were successfully sold. Acting on the creditor side, the team advised a real estate company on the insolvency proceedings of Globus Max; the client was among Globus Max's largest creditors. Additional creditor clients include Bank Hapoalim and Union Bank. Further, Reichbach-Segal represented Poalei Agudat Israel Workers Union in its objection to a liquidation application filed against it alleging improper management. Guy Ido was recently promoted to partner.

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Tax - ranked: tier 2

Eitan Mehulal Sadot, Advocates & Patent Attorneys

The team at Eitan Mehulal Sadot, Advocates & Patent Attorneys represents high-net-worth individuals and large corporates in various matters before the tax authorities and also provides ongoing regulatory and commercial tax advice. In particular, the firm is noted for its customs practice and is duly engaged by a number of importers and exporters. Alice Abramovich represented Match Retail, the official importer in Israel for H&M, in a dispute with the customs authority regarding the payment of import taxes for royalty fees. Similarly, Abramovich acted for Fox Group in a dispute concerning import taxes on royalties relating to IP rights. Noa Lev Goldstein advised Poliran Profiles on its eligibility for tax benefits under the Encouragement of Capital Investments Law, and senior partner Yaron Mehulal is representing a company founder in a dispute concerning a payment he received in connection with the sale of his company to Elbit.

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