Nahal focuses his practice in strategic transactions and securities. He has extensive experience in private equity, M&A and securities, having completed deals valued at over $12 Billion in aggregate transactional value. He also represents banks in matters pertaining to engagements.Nahal also has significant experience doing crossborder private equity and crossborder securities transactions, and has worked outside the U.S. in Israel representing companies engaged in U.S. inbound and outbound fundraising and investments.
Nahal provides comprehensive securities advice to companies for compliance with the U.S. securities laws on a cost-effective basis. In addition to working at premier New York firms practicing securities law, Nahal has worked at premier overseas firms representing a significant number of companies which list or offer securities in the United States. He provides comprehensive securities advice to such companies regarding on-going compliance matters, and regularly works with larger U.S. law firms on larger transactions. He is also accustomed to providing ready, focused securities advice to companies and executives on a timely basis, either immediately or on the company’s preferred timetable. Nahal’s practice includes preparing and providing advice with respect to:
In addition to the foregoing compliance matters, Nahal has completed numerous equity and debt offerings, including “off-the-shelf” offerings, shelf-registrations, registered-direct offerings, several initial public offerings, strategic and recapitalization-related share and debt exchange offers, and numerous private placements of debt and equity. These transactions, among others, include:
Cornell Law School, 2000
Stanford University, 1996
Dewey Ballantine LLP, M&A Group Associate. 2000 – 2006
Dechert LLP, Corporate & Securities Group Associate. 2006 – 2007
Yigal Arnon & Co. (Israel), Corporate Group Associate. 2007 – 2010
Naveh, Kantor, Evan-Har & Co. (Israel), Corporate Group Partner. 2010 – 2012
United States Federal District Court, Pittsburgh, PA. Summer clerk with Judge Donneta W. Ambrose; original position with Circuit Judge Carol Los Mansmann of the U.S. Court of Appeals for the Third Circuit until her recess. 1998
Hoover Institution, Stanford, CA. Research associate in institutional economics and game theory. 1996-1997
New York, 2001
Co-Author, The Compulsion of Patronage: Political Sources of Information Asymmetry and Risk in Developing Country Economies, in GOVERNING FOR PROSPERITY 85 Yale University Press (2000).
American Bar Association Board Member, Board of Directors (American), Tel Aviv-Yafo Foundation