Daniel is a lawyer in the firm’s Commercial Department.
Daniel represents companies, both local and international, in mergers and acquisitions and other commercial transactions. He assists in the preparation of a wide range of commercial agreements, including founders’, shareholders’, investment, service agreements and more.
In addition, Daniel provides comprehensive legal counsel to Israeli and foreign corporations on a variety of regulatory matters related to their commercial activities. These include antitrust issues, consumer protection, privacy protection, and more.
Daniel also represents non-profit organizations (associations, public benefit companies, etc.), providing them advice on how to obtain the required certifications in order to receive donations according to the tax laws.
Daniel completed his internship at Barnea.
Interdisciplinary Center Herzliya (LL.B., BA in Business Administration) 2015
Member of Israel Bar Association since 2016
News and updates - Daniel Kleinman:
Shapir Group Acquires Engineering Company Lipsker for NIS 32 Million
Micky Barnea, Ilan Blumenfeld, and Daniel Kleinman represented Lipsker, an Israeli company that specializes in performing geotechnical work, in its sale to Shapir Engineering and Industry, Israel's leading company in the construction, development, and infrastructure fields. Our legal services include antitrust aspects.
The value of the transaction is approximately NIS 32 million.
Second Phase of Financial Assistance Grants for Third Sector Kicks Off
Several days ago, the second phase of financial assistance grants for third-sector companies kicked off. Compared to the first phase, the size of a company's revenue for grant eligibility was expanded, as were the period of harm and the maximum assistance threshold.
Israel: Aid Measures for Third-Sector Organizations and Civil Society
As part of its effort to deal with the coronavirus crisis, the Social Services Division of the Accountant General’s Department at the Israeli Ministry of Finance recently released an aid package for the benefit of third-sector organizations.