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Uri Hillel
Adv. Uri Hillel

Electra City Tower
58 Harakevet St.
Tel Aviv

Uri Hillel

Uri provides legal advice and assistance to entrepreneurs, investors, and companies from a diverse group of industries on all aspects of commercial and regulatory law.

Uri represents local and international companies in a variety of commercial transactions, from initial negotiations to the final drafting of agreements.


Uri provides ongoing legal support to companies on a broad range of issues, including licensing, technology transactions, service agreements, franchising, distribution and manufacturing, R&D projects, and joint development agreements.


The Interdisciplinary Center Herzliya (LL.B, B.A., marketing) 2004.

The Interdisciplinary Center Herzliya (LL.M, business law) 2007.


Member of the Israel Bar Association since 2007

News and updates - Uri Hillel:

June 8, 2020

CardiacSense Signs USD 32M Deal to Sell Watches in India

Our firm serves as counsel for Cardiac Sense, a startup that developed a medical watch for remote patient vital signs monitoring and detection of fever and chronic diseases. We represent the startup in all legal matters. Recently, we assisted the company in an over USD 30 million agreement to supply medical watches for use in hospitals in India.

August 14, 2019

Barnea Representing Motive Partners and LPA in Acquisition of Modelity Ltd.

Barnea represented Motive Partners, a US-based private equity fund, and LPA, its German daughter company, in the acquisition of Israeli fintech company Modelity Ltd. Advs. Yuval Lazi, Uri Hillel, and Mayer Winkler represented the buyer.

January 12, 2016

Barnea & Co. advises Johnson & Johnson regarding its participation in a $28m investment round carried out by Israel's V-Wave

V-Wave, a privately held company with offices in Israel and the U.S., completed a Series B financing round in the sum of $28m.

The round was led by Johnson & Johnson Innovation - JJDC Inc. (represented by Barnea). Other participants were TriVentures, Pura Vida and BioStar Ventures. Eli and Nir Barkat's BRM fund, Pontifax and Edwards Lifesciences, which were already shareholders in V-Wave, also participated.

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