Naschitz Brandes Amir has a wealth of experience that in-house attorneys, boards of directors, and executive management teams need to help face the ever-increasing challenges and regulatory requirements in order to thrive in a competitive business market.


We provide ongoing counsel on a broad range of regulatory matters to Israeli public companies whose securities are traded in the U.S. (NASDAQ and NYSE), in Europe (LSE) and Israel (TASE), as well as companies whose securities are listed on both Israeli and non-Israeli stock exchanges. We assist clients in meeting their day-to-day challenges and meet high standards of business conduct with to respect to corporate governance, executive compensation, employee benefits, board responsibilities, internal controls, disclosure, U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC) and Israel Securities Authority (ISA) requirements, and compliance with NASDAQ, NYSE, LSE, and TASE rules.


A number of partners in our public company representation practice have years of experience working at leading U.S. and global law firms and are admitted to practice in other jurisdictions, which enables us to provide effective and prompt support to the firm’s extensive roster of global public company clients. Furthermore, the team works closely with leading US, UK, and global law firms to assist clients with their international legal needs.

As particular matters require, we integrate with colleagues in other practice areas, including Corporate/M&A, investigations/securities litigation, restructuring, tax, and capital markets.



How we help our clients:


  • Equity/debt IPO and secondary
  • Board and committee counseling
  • Director duties and protections
  • Reporting and public disclosure
  • Executive compensation and employee benefits planning
  • Conflicts of interests and transactions with controlling stakeholders
  • Shareholder engagement, proxy advisory firms, and activism
  • Board evaluations and refreshments
  • Internal control, financial restatements, and relationship with external auditors
  • Cybersecurity risks
  • Stock exchange listing compliance
  • Compliance policies & implementation
  • Whistleblower allegations and other investigations
  • Not-for-profit governance
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