Tamir is an associate in the firm’s Hi-Tech, Internet and Life Science department.
Tamir advises various hi-tech companies, ranging from the fields of software companies (such as mobile and other online platforms), to companies engaged in the bio-tech and medical devices business. Tamir provides ongoing day-to-day legal advice to the department’s clients, from the incorporation stage until maturity and consummating a liquidity event (“exit” event).
Tamir has vast experience in negotiating commercial transactions and in drafting complex agreements related to investments, corporate governance, intellectual property related transactions (such as software licensing), services and R&D agreements, and international commercial transactions.
Furthermore, Tamir has a rich experience in assisting startup ventures, including with respect to incorporation and unique commercial agreements, and in providing legal advice to officers and directors.
In light of his experience, Tamir is often invited to give lectures and “talks”, and to participate in panels regarding tech ventures.
During his advanced studies of law at the University of California, Berkeley, Tamir served as a contributing editor at the prestigious Berkeley Business Law Journal.
LL.B., (focused on Law and Business), magna cum laude, Netanya Academic College, Israel
MBA (focused on Far East markets), Haifa University, Israel
LL.M., University of California, Berkeley, USA
New York, 2016