What started as a minirelief effort for Israel has turned into a bit of rainmaking for Greenberg Traurig, leading to the firm’s handling of major deals, including the purchase of New York’s famed Plaza Hotel by an Israeli company.

The effort started in 2002, when the Palestinian intifada was raging and the dot-com boom was turning to bust — a devastating blow for a country with a significant high-tech industry.

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