The Israel Practice of Brown & Blaier, PC provides cost-effective corporate and intellectual property solutions for Israeli startups looking to do business in NYC and the USA, as well as international and U.S. companies investing or doing business in Israel.
Comprehensive and integrated services for Israeli Startups in NYC
Our Firm provides Israeli entrepreneurs and Israeli startups with a broad range of services, through all stages of growth. Our startup attorneys represent a wide range of Israeli technology clients from formation to initial funding round. We focus on cost-effective service, giving clients a single point of contact for all their legal needs.
We regularly advise clients in the following areas:
Local Expertise & Industry Experience
We are well-versed with Israel’s legal structure, political system and social environment. Through many years of advising Israeli clients and facilitating Israel-related transactions, we have gained extensive experience and understanding of the business and legal aspects of the Israeli market. We are aware of the similarities and differences between the U.S. and Israeli legal systems and business cultures. We have strong relationships with Israeli law firms, local players, and other professionals that allow us to provide comprehensive legal and business solutions for U.S.-Israeli transactions. Our clients range from first-time Israeli entrepreneurs to multinational corporations and investors that do business with Israeli companies.
We advise Israeli startups across a wide range of industries, including software and consumer goods. Our Israeli clients range from emerging innovators to international cannabis companies, to some of the most prominent technology companies in Israel.
Whether it’s קפה שחור in South Tel Aviv or some halva in the shook, Brown & Blaier, PC can provide Israeli startups in NYC a personal service that most big law firms can’t. Our attorneys frequently travel to Israel to visit family, friends, and clients. Contact us today to learn about how we can be your bridge to NYC, Yalla!