A small team of Kobre & Kim attorneys in Tel Aviv noticed something unsettling about the Israeli clients they were serving. The companies—startups and growth-stage ventures in technology and other sectors—were targeting foreign markets and working with overseas partners, but being left in the cold when disputes emerged.
They were unable to pursue claims in courts in the U.S., England and elsewhere, simply because they didn’t have the capital on hand to pursue protracted litigation against the well-heeled multinational corporations with whom they had partnered.
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