Advs. Barak Platt, Ezra Gross, Moshe Medved, Lior Sofer, Eran Lempert and Nir Kamhi represented Navasota Resources Inc., a stock market shell listed on the Canadian Securities Exchange in a reverse takeover with Israeli medical cannabis operator IMC, after which IMC will become the first Israeli medical cannabis operator to list its shares in Canada.
Advs. Ben Sandler, David Roness, Ira Evental, Ofir Levy and Chaim Cohen represented Quotient Technology in its acquisition of the Israeli start-up Ubimo. The Tel Aviv-based company has developed location-indexing technology to improve the effectiveness of media campaigns.
Advs. Micki Shapira, Shai Margalit, Amit Zomer-Fedida, Chen Lanir and our intern Azaria Sorek represented the Union Group, importer of Toyota in Israel, in its acquisition of Danziv Handling Solutions Ltd. This transaction is in accordance with Toyota's global policy of consolidating its activities in the forklift industry and in storage solutions.
Advs. David Schapiro, Eliran Furman and Vered Glaubach and the intern Eviatar Katz, represented IIF (Israel Infrastructure Fund) which acquired, jointly with Cellcom, 70% of the internet infrastructure company Israel Broadband Corporation (IBC, known as Unlimited). In a complementary transaction, they represented IBC in the acquisition of the fiber-optic infrastructure for internet connection from Cellcom. Moreover, a first of its kind IRU agreement was signed between IBC and Cellcom to provide internet services to the latter's customers.
Advs Peter Sugarman and Ariel Even-Delugatch and intern Zehava Murdler, together with Dr. Eran Lampert, Ofir Levy, Niv Blacher, Neta Goshen Brami, Netanella Treistman, represented Alcatel an Israeli company that cultivates microalgae and produces natural astaxanthin (used as a nutritional additive and in the cosmetics industry) in its acquisition by Solabia Group for US $100 million. Solabia Group (incorporated as Societe La Biochimie Appliquee SA), is a French producer of natural ingredients for the cosmetic and pharmaceutical industries.
Barak Platt and Josh Hauser represented Intel Capital in leading a $17 million Series A investment in SWIR (short-wave-infra-red) sensing technology developer TriEye.
Magisto is represented by Barak Platt, Daniel Damboritz, Ezra Gross, Eli Greenbaum, Dr. Eran Lempert, Josh Hauser, Miriam Friedmann and Shay Fahima.
Our firm represented Super-Pharm in the sale of %33 of its shares, held by Leumi Partners, Discount Capital and Leon Koffler, to Union Group (official importer of for Toyota and H&M in Israel), for a total of NIS 600 million. Super-Pharm is represented by Gidon Weinstock, Micki Shapira, Asaf Messica, Ofir Levy, Shira Lahat, Noa Slavin, Igor Baraz, Amit Zomer-Fedida, Shay Fahima, Ophir Dagan and Noa Bombigher.
Advs. Barry Levenfeld, Ben Sandler, Evan Schendler, Alona Toledano, Ofir Levy, Shay Fahima, Yoheved Novogroder Shoshan, Daniel Green, Miriam Friedmann, Tali Har-Oz and the interns Itamar Ben David, Hadar Stein and Elad Cohen represented the med-tech giant Stryker in the acquisition of Orthospace Ltd, an Israeli company that has developed a device for treating serious shoulder pain, for $220 million.
Advs. David Schapiro, Eliran Furman, Ivor Krumholtz and the intern Evyatar Katz represented the Israel Infrastructure Fund (IIF) in a transaction in which, along with Cellcom, acquired 70% of the fiber optic infrastructure company Unlimited (IBC). The fiber optic infrastructure initiative was set up about 5 years ago in order to revolutionize internet transfer in Israel.