Q & A Session: Legal Aspects of Running a Startup or Small Business
Sun, Aug 8, 2021 4:00 PM - 5:00 PM Israel Daylight Time (UTC+3)
Have a legal question about your startup? Join us for a special Q & A session to get the answer.
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Today’s Topic: Q & A Session: Legal Aspects of Running a Startup/Small Business
Join us for a special Q & A Session with Amir M Gruber, Attorneys @ Law. a comprehensive legal services with a diversified client base, specializing in startup companies.
For over a decade, Amir has catered to clients’ specific requirements (whether it is day-to-day operations, corporate matters, commercial agreements, or financing transactions)
Specializing in startup companies, he understands the cash-flow constraints of young ventures and over the years, has found creative solutions ensuring that startups are able to reasonably budget their ongoing legal expenses without sacrificing the personal attention and legal support they require in order to succeed.
In this session, Amir will be answering participants’ legal questions related to their startup or small business.
Whatever your stage, answers to questions regarding incorporation, founders agreements, raising funds, labor laws, etc, will be answered within the time frame.
In order to make sure we are able to answer as many questions as possible, please provide your question ahead of time within the registration form.
Who is Amir Gruber?
Amir M. Gruber is a commercial law expert, with vast experience in private placements, technology and software licensing, distribution, manufacturing, development, and other commercial agreements, both in Israel and abroad.
Amir’s practice focuses on various commercial clients, many of them technology-related. Amir practiced law in several leading law firms abroad and in Israel, including Davis Polk & Wardwell in the US, and Eitan, Pearl, Latzer and Cohen-Zedek and Goldfarb, Levy, Eran, in Israel. Amir was admitted to the Israel Bar in 1995 and the California Bar in 2002.
Amir has an LL.M. degree from New York University (1993), and an LL.B. degree from Reading University, England (1992).
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