is a partner at the firm. He focuses on licensing, corporate partnering and dispute resolution, with an emphasis on transactions and disputes involving complex technological matters. Eli has extensive experience representing global and emerging companies in the semiconductor, cyber-security and software industries as well as in the biotechnology and medical device sectors. He frequently advises on matters to do with technological standards and free and open source licences, also counselling clients on related compliance and licensing strategies. Eli brings his experience and technical background to regulatory and contentious matters concerning data protection and data security, including incident response planning, investigation and risk management. He regularly speaks at conferences on computer security and open source, and has published widely on legal matters related to complex technology, including cyber-security, 3D printing, open source software and open hardware. He was admitted to the New York Bar in 2005 and the Israel Bar in 2007.
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