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Sagi Gross
Adv. Sagi Gross

Electra City Tower
58 Harakevet St.
Tel Aviv
6777016

Sagi Gross

A Corporate Department partner, Adv. Sagi Gross is a member of the firm’s mergers & acquisitions team and also heads the firm’s nongovernmental organizations (NGO) practice.

A Corporate Department partner, Adv. Sagi Gross is a member of the firm’s mergers & acquisitions team and also heads the firm’s nongovernmental organizations (NGO) practice. Sagi’s practice is focused on various corporate matters, and he has extensive experience advising nonprofit and public-sector organizations on a wide range of transactions, corporate governance, and regulatory matters.

Sagi advises diverse commercial clients, limited liability companies, general and limited partnerships, and communal associations (cooperative societies) regarding their ongoing business activities and various transactions. This includes mergers and acquisitions; sales of assets; joint ventures; e-commerce transactions; distribution, supply, servicing agreements; and franchising and manufacturing agreements.

Sagi regularly counsels nonprofit sector clients, including associations (amutot), public benefit companies, and Endowments, on commercial and regulatory matters, including before regulators and governmental authorities.

Sagi also coordinates the environmental practice at the firm, advising the firm’s clients on cleantech standards, sustainability, waste recycling, and corporate social responsibility (ESG). He takes a special focus on monitoring and identifying environmental-related risks during due diligence processes.

 

Education:


Tel Aviv University LL.M. 2020

The Interdisciplinary Center Herzliya LL.B, B.A Business Administration 2010

Admission:


Member of Israel Bar Association since 2011

Insights & News - Sagi Gross:


October 16, 2023

Activities by NPOs during a State of Emergency in Israel

According to the new guidelines, until the declared state of emergency in Israel is over, NPOs (amutot and public benefit companies) may conduct activities intended to provide immediate and vital assistance during the war, even if these activities do not fall under their approved objectives.

October 5, 2023

NPOs Receive Exemptions from Real Estate Betterment Levies

The Israeli Supreme Court has ruled that NPOs are entitled to receive an exemption from real estate betterment levies, provided they use the proceeds from the sale of such real estate for a public purpose specified in the law.

July 2, 2023

Material Adverse Change (MAC) Clauses in M&A Transactions

MAC clauses are designed to protect buyers from adverse changes in the company they are acquiring. However, because there is no single, precise, and all-encompassing definition of these types of changes, and because courts are in no hurry to adjudicate cases involving MAC clauses, it is important to know how to draft them as clearly and explicitly as possible.

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