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Roy Keidar has a diverse background in policy, law and technology. His legal expertise is in the fields of international law, security and emerging technologies. Apart from his legal expertise Roy is an entrepreneur at heart. He has co-founded the Cross Lab Network (XLN), a global network of maker-spaces designed to provide wide-spread access to digital fabrication technologies. Previously Roy has worked for 3 years as the CEO of the Reut Institute one of Israel’s leading strategy and policy groups dealing with Israel’s most pressing issues on national security, social and economic development and science and technology.
Nimrod Vromen’s practice focuses on representation of publicly traded companies in Israel and abroad, and on representation of technology companies and Israeli and foreign venture capital funds, with an emphasis on private financings involving both established and emerging companies, corporate partnerships, strategic investors and joint ventures.
Ahuva Goldstand is a legal clerk who’s work focuses on the intersection between law, technology, and culture, including the development of policy for Internet and other emerging technologies.