Eli Greenbaum’s practice focuses on representing technology companies with an emphasis on intellectual property and technology related transactions.
Eli has extensive experience representing emerging and established technology companies in the semiconductor and software industries, as well as in the biotechnology, medical device and pharmaceutical industries.
The scope of his practice includes the drafting and negotiation of complex commercial technology agreements including software and patent license agreements, OEM and VAR arrangements, distribution agreements, development agreements, distribution agreements and nondisclosure agreements. Eli also has extensive experience with free and open source software licenses and counsels clients on matters related to open source use, compliance and licensing strategies.
Prior to joining Yigal Arnon & Co., Eli practiced for several years at Cleary Gottlieb Steen & Hamilton in New York. Eli clerked at the Supreme Court of Israel under Justice Miriam Naor and the District Court of Jerusalem under Judge David Cheshin.
Eli joined the firm in 2007 and became a partner in 2016.
“Who’s Who Legal” (2014 edition) selected Eli as an expert in the Information Technology area.