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Menachem focuses his practice on representing start-ups and established businesses in corporate, commercial, and investment transactions and providing general counsel to companies, entrepreneurs, and investors.

Bar Associations

  • New York State Bar Association
  • Israel Bar Association, Inactive Member

Selected Memberships & Affiliations

  • Cornell Business Law Society, Former Member
  • Cornell Intellectual Property and Technology Association, Former Member
  • Cornell LLM Association, Former Member


  • Hebrew

Representative Experience

  • Represented an insurtech company in a $120 million Series C Preferred Stock financing.
  • Represented a manufacturer of smart dash cams in a $30 million Series B Preferred Stock financing and regarding its general corporate and contract requirements.
  • Represented a digital signage software company as the seller in a $28 million cross-border acquisition.
  • Represented SaaS company as the purchaser in a $5 million cross-border acquisition of a competitor.
  • Represented a marketing automation software company in obtaining $5 million in debt financing from a commercial lender.
  • Represented a venture capital fund as lead investor in a $14 million Series B Preferred Stock financing of a company producing baby monitors.
  • Represented a food audit software company in a $1.25 million Series Seed financing involving extensive corporate cleanup and restructuring.
  • Represented a medical device company in a $1 million SAFE financing.
  • Represented a cryptocurrency software company in connection with its corporate structuring and in a $500,000 SAFE financing.
  • Represented a leading Israeli venture capital fund in managing its investments in portfolio companies and other general intrafund needs.
  • Represented a pharmaceutical company regarding its licensing and distribution activities in Southeast Asia.
  • Represented a US corporation in restructuring its various Israeli subsidiaries.
  • Represented the owner, organizer, and producer of a US tradeshow for people with disabilities and the seller in the negotiation and sale of meetings, events, tradeshows, and exhibitions and related digital properties to a UK-based media business.

Prior Experience

  • Egan Nelson LLP, Associate
  • Tulchinsky, Stern, Marciano, Cohen, Levitski & Co., Associate Attorney

Selected Honors

  • Cornell Law School, CALI Excellence Award for the Future Award: Business Organizations, 2022
  • Cornell Law School, Harry G. Henn Memorial Prize in Corporations, 2022
  • Hebrew University “Amirim” Honors Program, 2014–2016

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