Legally Israel 100

36 committees, and officers with respect to a wide range of capital markets and securities matters. The firm is known for its work as underwriter’s counsel in public offerings of Israeli and U.S., and other foreign companies traded on TASE, NYSE or the Nasdaq, advising on a substantial portion of the offerings by Israeli companies that listed on Nasdaq for the first time since 2013. The firm also performs well in high-tech, litigation, class actions, and M&A, advising Nano Dimension on the acquisitions of Deepcube, Micro Mechanics and Essemtec. With more than 18 years’ experience, New York partner Oded Har-Even leads the global capital markets practice and has advised on many issues on Wall Street of Israeli private and public companies. In 2021, he advised on the IPOs of Inspira Technologies OXY B.H.N. Ltd. and G Medical and Eco Wave on Nasdaq. He spends a significant amount of time as Co-Managing Partner in Sullivan & Worcester Tel Aviv, alongside Reut Alfiah, while Boston partner Howard E. Berkenblit acted as Issuer's Counsel for Oramed Pharmaceuticals in two sizeable offerings, while Ron Ben-Bassat advised AGP (Village Farms International) on the issue of USD 135 million in a Registered Direct Offering of Common Shares on Nasdaq. The Israel Desk of international law firm Taylor Wessing continues to make an impact with its focus on dynamic sectors, including high-tech, life sciences and healthcare. The firm makes further inroads under the guidance and experience of London-based Josef Fuss, who co-leads the international Technology, Media & Communications sector group, and is recognized as one of the leading international venture capital lawyers in the European market. He co-heads the Israel Desk with Israel-based Nathan Krapivensky. The Israel Desk has taken a prominent role advising on a string of investments and venture capital transactions, with its corporate technology team acting for Israeli investors, companies, entrepreneurs and management teams on all aspects of venture capital, M&A and joint ventures. Fuss advised Israeli co-founded fintech company, Curve on its USD 95 million Series C fundraising round in anticipation of its US launch and further European growth. London-based Howard Palmer acted for Dawn Capital as investor in a USD 127 million investment in Israeli startup Firebolt, the developer of a cloud-native enterprise data analytics Taylor Wessing