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The firm: At Eitan, Mehulal&Sadot, Advocates & Patent Attorneys, we serve as our clients' partners, helping them achieve their business goals, and provide you with close and complete legal support, tailored precisely for their needs. In a world of complex trading arenas, multi-systemic knowledge and international experience are a must. We implement a unique multidisciplinary approach, through a professional legal team, which combines the best experts Our clientele includes private and public companies, Israeli companies with local and foreign operations, foreign companies with operations in Israel, international investors, various banks and industrial companies and clients from the fields of food and retail, internet and new media, biotechnology and medical equipment, software, semiconductors, defense and security, communication, infrastructure and fuel and energy from numerous and diverse fields.

Eitan Mehulal Sadot has consistently been ranked among the leading law firms in Israel in various practice areas by international and local ratings.

Areas of practice: Commercial and corporate: the commercial and corporate department has strong presence in the Israeli business arena and in Israeli operations overseas, particularly in the USA and Europe, and we support local and international companies in all of their business activities.

IP: the firm has one of the leading IP departments in Israel. Its lawyers and patent attorneys have advanced degrees in many scientific fields and in law and licenses in various countries, including the US, the USPTO, EU, the European Patent Office, Australia and of course, Israel.

Tax: the department is world-renown and one of Israel's leaders, owing to the firm's longstanding and extensive experience, and the department's knowledge and expertise. The department provides comprehensive services for all aspects of direct and indirect taxes, import taxes, money laundering, income taxes on individuals and companies, customs and purchasing taxes, international taxation, VAT, land taxes, national insurance and encouragement of capital investment. The department also handles tax planning for international investors and provides services for international companies.

Litigation: the lawyers in the litigation department are highly-experienced, considered to be the best in their field and have an impressive track record in representation in the largest and most complex cases in the market. The litigation department handles complex high-stakes commercial litigation and represents international companies and leading Israeli entities before all the various Israeli tribunals.

Capital markets: the department provides comprehensive solutions to all of the legal aspects of fundraising for Israeli companies, and is very active in IPOs and listings in stock-exchanges in Israel, US and Europe. The department was involved in several significant transactions and issuances over the past few years.

Insolvency, receivership and dissolution: the department handles all aspects of distressed companies, receiverships and liquidations, stay of proceedings, acquisition of insolvent companies and related transaction. The firm has expertise in the management and liquidation of multinational corporations, liquidation of real-estate in Israel and abroad, insolvent tech companies and start-ups and serving as receiver or liquidator of "going concern" companies.

Technology and high-tech: for decades the firm has had an active role in the development of the Israeli high-tech industry. We accompany Israeli technology companies from their founding, through technology commercialization, investments, mergers, acquisitions and IPOs.

Real estate: the real estate department represents leading construction companies and provides comprehensive legal support for private companies and entities in all real-estate aspects. In recent years, the department has been supporting clients in the field of urban renewal property owners in various Tama 38 transactions, and all types of combination transactions.

Labor law: the labour department provides ongoing and customized support to employers and senior employees on all aspects of personal and collective labor law. The unique and comprehensive support is based on the vast knowledge and experience of the department's lawyers, in cooperation with the firm's other departments.

Foreign trade: the foreign trade department provides comprehensive legal support for all aspects of foreign trade, including disputes with various government ministries and commercial disputes, international trade regulations and levies.

Project finance, energy and infrastructure: the project finance, energy and infrastructure's team includes experts on all project-related legal fields. Our attorneys possess in-depth commercial understanding and familiarity with all of the project's stakeholders: government agencies, financiers, initiators and constructors.

Private clients, trusts and wealth management: the department's partners are highly experienced and proficient in the field, and able to provide various personally tailored solutions for the unique and exclusive needs of high-net-worth individuals and families. The firm provides legal services for Israeli and foreign high-net-worth families and individuals, non-profits, trusts and family offices.

Above material supplied by Eitan Mehulal Sadot, Advocates & Patent Attorneys.

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