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Michael (Misha) Gitterman

Lawyer, Partner

Michael (Misha) Gitterman specializes in mergers & acquisitions, corporate financing and investment transactions in Israel and abroad. Misha represents private equity funds, venture capital funds and institutional investors in a broad range of complex transactions.

Misha also represents clients from various industries in general corporate and business matters, with a special focus on tech-based startup guidance throughout all growth and development stages.

Misha has a unique expertise in representing investors and entrepreneurs operating in the developing field of disruptive technological solutions for aging.

In addition to his broad legal background, Misha worked for many years as a senior member of the management team of a public (TASE) private equity investments and holdings company and has extensive experience serving as a director in both private and public companies. Misha is also a member of the Israeli National Team of Directors, elected by the Israeli Government Companies Authority.


Practice Areas


Bar Admittance

Israel Bar Association, 1996


Languages

Hebrew, English, Russian


Education

  • Tel Aviv University, LL.B., 1995
  • Tel Aviv University, BA in Economics, 1995

Professional Experience

  • Partner, Eitan Mehulal Sadot, 2019-present
  • Partner, Yossi Avraham & Co., 2010-2019
  • Private Equity Investment Banker, 2008-2009
  • Private Equity Investment Manager, Isal Amlat Investment (1993) Ltd., 2000-2007
  • Intern and Attorney, Yossi Avraham & Co., 1995-2000

Publications - Michael (Misha) Gitterman

  • Founders Agreement – How-To increase your start-up’s success rate

    Your technology is No. 1; the breakthrough that the world is waiting for. You have all you need: a great founding team, a brilliant business plan, Angels and VCs.
    Is the way to success is certain? Well, not really …
    In his article, Adv. Michael (Misha) Gitterman, a partner at our firm and an expert in Corporate Law & Capital Markets, explains the importance of a Founders Agreement and what should not be dropped from it.