8 stories about Meitar
CTech NY Conference Tomer Shani

“2024 is going to be the first year of proper normalcy”

05.03.24|James Spiro
Tomer Shani, Managing Director at Meitar Law Offices NY, spoke at Mind The Tech about global VC investment trends.
Michael Shira Meitar

Meitar Law Offices: Predicting the tech trends ahead

The Israeli law firm has highlighted the trends it views as significant - and volatile - in the tech space
עו"ד דן שמגר שותף האחראי על תחום ההייטק בפירמת מיתר

"We are working on the sale of 20 startups, including unicorns"

09.06.22|Sophie Shulman
Adv. Dan Shamgar, a consigliere to many of Israel’s high-tech startups, added that some companies are already running out of cash, but that entrepreneurs are not panicking just yet
קו רקיע מרכז תל אביב Tel Aviv Business Center

Israeli tech continues to break records, raising $17.8 billion in first nine months of 2021

13.10.21|Meir Orbach
Local tech companies have already raised 71% more than in all of 2020, while exits also skyrocketed, reaching $18.92 billion in the first three quarters, almost doubling last year’s total
תל אביב קו רקיע Tel Aviv Skyline

Israeli tech sets yet another record, raising $11.9 billion in H1 of 2021

14.07.21|Meir Orbach
According to the IVC-Meitar Tech Review, Israeli companies surpassed the total amount raised in 2020 ($10.3 billion) in the first six months of 2021
תל אביב עזריאלי משרד הביטחון יולי 2020

IVC’s Israeli Tech Review finds 2020 marked by fewer exits, increased investments in growth companies

22.12.20|Meir Orbach
This year saw a total of 578 transactions at an accumulated investment of $9.9 billion, marking a 14% increase from the previous year
שמואל אלבין מון אקטיב

Israeli tech workers are in for a billion shekel payday

01.10.20|Sophie Shulman
Despite pandemic woes, several thousand veteran tech professionals are seeing nice earnings from secondary stock sales
תל אביב מבט מעל זירת הנדלן

Tech Exits Nearly Doubled in Valuation in First Half of 2019, Report Says

04.07.19|Hagar Ravet
Despite a year-over-year drop in the number of deals from 73 to 66, the total sum of deals jumped from $6.49 billion in the first half of 2018 to $14.48 billion—$7.58 if omitting the yet to be completed Mellanox-Nvidia acquisition