Head of Hi-Tech Practice

​​​​Amir Zolty, a graduate of Tel-Aviv University (LL.B. Magna Cum Laude) and of Yale University (LL.M) has been admitted to the Israeli Bar Association in 1990.  Until 2001 he served as a Registrar of the Supreme Court of Israel and as the senior legal assistant to the President of the Israeli Supreme Court, Professor Aharon Barak, and before that, as a senior legal assistant to the Attorney General of the State of Israel. Amir worked as an associate at Herzog Fox Neeman prior to his career in the civil service.


Since 2001, Amir has been extensively engaged in high-tech and biotech/pharmaceutical transactions, and he represents a considerable number of private and public high-tech and biotech companies with regard to their day-to-day activities, as well as corporate finance, M&As, compliance, etc.


Amir also lectured at the Buchmann Faculty of Law, Tel Aviv University and thereafter joined the faculty’s Board of Trustees. Amir is also a panel member and country reporter in various activities and publications of the IBA in the fields of corporate law, M&A, high-tech law and venture capital.


Publications


The Directors’ Duties Checklist (a joint project of the Corporate and M&A Law Committee and the Corporate Counsel Forum of the International Bar Association (IBA) – the Israeli chapter.


Treasury Shares Guide, the Corporate and M&A Law Committee of the  International Bar Association (IBA) – the Israeli chapter.


Education

Tel-Aviv University (LL.B., Magna Cum Laude 1989)

Yale University (LL.M., 1992)

Certification

Israel Bar Association, 1990

Languages

Hebrew, English