Representation of Milgrom family in lawsuit against Technion
Deals & Cases | February 2016
Erdinast, Ben Nathan, Toledano & Co. represented the Milgrom family in a lawsuit against the Technion, its R&D foundation and one of its researchers. The plaintiffs claim that Technion researchers manipulated research and experiment result, in order to present the commercial potential of the technology they have developed, in order to attract millions of dollars in investments.
The Milgrom family was represented by Giora Erdinast, Arik Brenneisen and Tal Erdinast.
Representation of Kaymera in raising USD 10 million
Deals & Cases | 2016
Erdinast, Ben Nathan, Toledano & Co. represented Kaymera, an Israeli telecom startup, in raising USD 10 million from Chinese strategic and financial investors.
Kaymera Technologies was represented by partners Roy Caner and Viva Gayer and by Adv. Hila Gafni.
Representation of Africa Israel in a combination deal
Deals & Cases | January 2016
Erdinast, Ben Nathan, Toledano & Co. represented Africa Israel Residences Ltd.in the signing of a NIS 27 million combination agreement with three private landowners for the establishment of a residential and commercial project in Ramat Gan. The project includes plans for 62 residential units in a new residential building that includes facade preservation, as well as commercial areas and a three level garage. The deal was led by EBN’s real estate department, led by partner Daphna Fuchs together with Netanel Dautch and Guy Engel.
Erdinast, Ben Nathan continues its expansion as the go to firm for lawyers and clients alike
Events | 2016
Erdinast Ben Nathan & Co. is delighted to announce two groundbreaking additions. Doni Toledano, as head of M&A, and Jonathan Finklestone as head of Project Finance.
Doni Toledano joins with a group of M&A partners and associates, including partners Lior Oren and Dan Sella. Together with EBN’s existing team, the group will comprise 25 lawyers and create one of the largest, most sophisticated and experienced M&A departments in Israel, considerably expanding the pool of corporate transactions and corporate finance experience and enhancing the firm’s reputation in the domestic and international markets. Doni will head the M&A group, working alongside Roy Caner, who will head the High-Tech group, and Yoav Dankner, who will head the Commercial group.
The addition of the renowned Project Finance team into the fold, led by Jonathan Finklestone (together with partners Dr. Tani Zahavi and Guy Kles) which has been consistently ranked in the highest tiers by both international legal directories Chambers Global and Legal 500, brings a wealth of experience which compliments EBN’s existing and renown Energy and Infrastructure department, led by Uri Noy (together with partner Nadav Olgan).
EBN Founding Partners, Giora Erdinast and Rami Ben Nathan, pointed out: “This is a game changer for Israeli law firms. IT continues the impressive period of growth at the firm and is the logical next step to meet client demand and our increased workload. The merger drives our firm across a new frontier in both M&A, Project Finance and Energy and all the other Firm practice areas.”
Doni Toledano added: “I am excited to join forces with Giora, Rami, Roy, Yoav and their teams, as well as the rest of EBN’s lawyers. I have known and respected all of them for years. The partners and lawyers joining me in this merger are the best in the field and this merger was the right choice, creating extraordinary opportunities for us all.”
Jonathan Finklestone said: “Joining forces with EBN is a great opportunity for us. EBN is renowned for its excellent professionals whom we know well and with whom we have worked in the past, and we look forward to contributing to the continued success of the firm.”
The firm will now be known as Erdinast, Ben Nathan, Toledano & Co. and will be one of Israel’s largest law firms.
Corporate Venture Capital in Israel – Where is the Money Going?
Events | 2015
Erdinast Ben Nathan & Co. in partnership with Axis Innovation presents: Corporate Venture Capital in Israel – Facts & Figures 2015. See who are the big fish in our little pond and where the money is going.
Dun and Bradstreet ranked 15 of our firm’s departments as leaders in their practice areas
Rankings | May 2018
Israeli ranking guide Dun and Bradstreet recognized our firm as one of the best law firms in Israel in 15 practice areas: Commercial Litigation, Mergers & Acquisitions, High-Tech, Class Actions, Insolvency, Project Finance, Energy and Infrastructure, Administrative Law, Investment Funds, Media Law, International Trade, Labor Law, Banking & Finance, Anti-Trust Law, Real Estate and Cyber.
We wish to thank our clients and our dedicated employees for helping us to maintain our position at the top of the industry, once again.
Michal Rothschild Authors Merger Control – Israel Chapter
Events | 2015
Adv. Michal Rothschild, head of EBN’s competition department, authored the Israel chapter in the field of Merger Control. This chapter appeared in the 2016 edition of The International Comparative Legal Guide to: Merger Control; published by Global Legal Group Ltd, London. Click here to read the chapter.
Labor Law Client Update – the hiring of Individuals with disabilities
Client Updates | October 2015
During the course of October 2015, The Ministry of Economy is set to actively enforce the order which encourages the hiring of Individuals with disabilities. EBN’s Labor Law department issued a client update which summarizes the order’s main issues and points, as well as methods for incorporating them (Hebrew).
Representing Amitim Pension Funds in a Real Estate Tender
Deals & Cases | 2015
EBN’s real estate department is representing Amitim Pension Funds in a tender to selling its rights in London Ministor – an iconic landmark in the hear of Tel Aviv. The matter is valued at NIS 40 million and led by Daphana Fuchs, head of EBN’s real estate department.
Energy and Infrastructure Client Update – a review of PUA’s hearings
Client Updates | October 2015
Attached please find a review of PUA’s hearings dated October 14, 2015, concerning its resolutions to allocate 45 MW for small PV power plants (of up to 5 MW each) and 70 MW for large PV power plants (of more than 5 MW each).
As detailed in the review, both resolutions determine ranked Tariffs, starting with NIS 0.27 per KW and up to NIS 0.311 per KW.
Responses to the proposed resolutions may be submitted by November 10, 2015.
Our firm represents Mr. Moti Ben-Moshe in a legal conflict conducted between Mr. Eduardo Elsztain and himself, with respect to their joint investment in IDB, Israel’s largest holdings corporation. Over the course of an arbitration procedure between Ben-Moshe and Elsztain, Ben-Moshe’s approach had been sided with and it has been declared that Elsztain is exclusively obliged for the entirety of obligations determined in the debt arrangement (including and obligation at the sum of 512 million ILS to perform tender offers) after he purchases Ben-Moshe’s shares for the sum of 152 million ILS. During the aforementioned procedure, an injunction which prevented Ben-Moshe’s removal from IDB’s board of directors was granted in Ben-Moshe’s favor. In another procedure held at the Tel Aviv district court, our firm has succeeded in bringing to the denial of an appeal to initiate foreclosure upon the funds received by Ben-Moshe after selling his shares to Elsztain.