Ariella, originally from England, advises local and international entrepreneurs, private and public companies, start-ups, corporate ventures, private equity and venture capital funds.
Ariella’s clients engaged in a wide range of high tech activities, including, life sciences, medical devices, digital health, mobility, blockchain, IOT, financial services, cyber security, as well as low-tech industries.
Ariella skilfully guides her clients in drafting and negotiating multi-layered corporate and commercial agreements, including establishing strategic partnerships, raising capital, complex cross-border mergers and share and asset acquisitions, as well as distribution, franchise, licensing and manufacturing agreements – all the while considering each client’s unique commercial concerns.
Ariella also has extensive experience in advising on healthcare matters, including clinical trials, regulatory issues (data protection, registration, reimbursement and licenses) and manufacturing, distribution, licensing and supply agreements.
Prior to joining Barnea, she served as a research assistant to Professor Daphne Barak-Erez (current Supreme Court Justice) and as a foreign clerk to former Supreme Court President Dorit Beinisch.
Ariella has been endorsed by the prestigious ranking guides Legal500 and IFLR1000 for her work.
University of Birmingham, England LL.B. Hons. 2005
Member of Israel Bar Association since 2008
News and updates - Ariella Dreyfuss:
Representing Reef Technology in Acquisition of Israeli Startup Bond
We advised Reef Technology, one of the largest operators of mobility, logistics hubs, and neighborhood kitchens in the United States, on its acquisition of the Israeli logistics startup Bond, which was initially founded as Shookit, a direct-to-consumer grocery startup that delivered fresh produce to clients in the city within hours. The deal was led by Advs. Michael Barnea, Ariella Dreyfuss, and Tal Freilich. Netta Bromberg advised on the employment side. Harel Perlmutter and Hanna Daher of the Tax Department advised on the tax side. Anat Even-Chen advised on data privacy and security and other regulatory matters.
Representing Gap Inc. in Acquisition of Israeli Startup
Our firm advised the fashion giant Gap Inc. in its first significant acquisition of an Israeli technology startup. As part of the acquisition, CB4’s team will join Gap as full-time employees. Advs. Simon Jaffa and Ariella Dreyfuss represented the US clothing and accessories retailer.
Representing Niio in Strategic Partnership and Financing Agreement with Samsung
Our office has served as legal counsel for Niio, a unique digital art platform, since its establishment. The startup recently completed a USD 15 million fundraising round. Firm partners Simon Jaffa and Ariella Dreyfuss also represented Niio in a strategic partnership and financing agreement with Samsung Display, which will exhibit on hundreds of its frames the digital artwork Niio offers.