Commercial Transactions

Commercial Transactions

Meitar advises on a broad range of domestic and cross-border commercial transactions. The firm has extensive expertise in structuring, negotiating and drafting complex as well as more standard commercial transactions, in varied industries. The firm regularly handles transactions pertaining to distribution, co-marketing, supply, resale, OEM, collaborations, research and development, agency, contract manufacturing, vendor financing, turn-key arrangements, engineering services, consulting and joint ventures.

Our clients are active in diverse fields such as software, semiconductors, pharmaceuticals, bio-technology, medical devices, chemicals, energy, cleantech, textiles, commodities and specialty products, aircraft, defense and homeland security products, telecommunications, media, banking, financial services, insurance and many more.

In addition to acting as lead counsel to international and domestic parties in their commercial transactions, we often act as local counsel in cross-border commercial transactions to assure compliance with local regulations.

Representative experience

  • Worldwide Strategic Alliance Agreement between Expand Networks and Huawei-3COM for router acceleration development and distribution.
  • Semiconductor OEM agreement between Microsoft and an Israeli start-up company for supply of critical components for a consumer product.
  • Priority Manufacturing Agreement between Hynix Semiconductor and M-Systems for flash memory components.
  • Representation of VocalTec Communications in a transaction for a sale of a VOIP patent portfolio.
  • Representation of a leading vehicle distributor in Israel in the formation of a distribution joint venture in the Republic of Georgia.
  • Representation of one of Israel’s largest homeland security companies in a variety of complex supply and services agreements to the Israeli Army, and to foreign buyers of military equipment.
  • Joint Development and Sales Agreement between Toshiba and M-Systems for flash memory development.
  • Cooperation Agreement between Fujitsu and ASOCS for semiconductor development.
  • Software development agreement between Ex Libris and the National Library of New Zealand for development of the first national digital library in the world.
  • Hybrid Foundry Agreement between Tower Semiconductor and Siliconix, a subsidiary of Vishay Intertechnology.
  • Joint Development between Samsung Electronics and an Israeli imaging company.
  • Patent Cross-License Agreement between two leading printer manufacturers.
  • Patent Cross-License Agreement relating to modems between PCTel and SmartLink.
  • Storage Memory Development and Distribution Agreement between Konica Minolta and an Israeli technology company.
  • Worldwide mobile VAR agreement for VOIP applications between Nokia and an Israeli technology company.

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