Eyal Khayat has begun his legal career at the Haim Zadok law firm where he worked for almost 5 years, very closely with the late Mr. Haim Zadok, the legendary Minister of Justice of the State of Israel. Prior to the establishment of EKZN, Eyal Khayat's last position was as the partner incharge of the high-tech department of another reputable Israeli law firm. Eyal Khayat has been dealing with high-tech and venture capital transactions from the very early days of the bloom of the venture capital investments in Israel (the early 90s). Through the years, Eyal Khayat has achieved a prominent position in the high-tech industry, and he is a well-recognized and respected practitioner, deal-maker and business developer, whose contribution extends beyond mere legal advice. The 2016 edition of the Legal 500 directory portrayed Eyal Khayat as:
showing "strong business acumen",
Eyal Khayat manages the firm's Yingke-related activities.
Eyal Neiger, is an experienced commercial lawyer, focusing on public entities, capital markets, corporate law and communication law. Eyal Neiger, who is both a lawyer and a CPA, received his LL.B. from Bar Ilan University and his B.A in Economics and Accounting from the Hebrew university. Eyal Neiger was an associate in the law firm of Herzog, Fox & Neeman, and later on served, for several years, as the deputy legal counsel of Bezeq, the Israel Telecommunication Corp. (Israel’s national telecommunications provider), as a director and chairman of the Audit Committee of Pelephone Communications Ltd., the first Israeli cellular operator and also as a director in BezeqCall Communications Ltd. And in “Karnit” – Accident Victims Compensation Fund.
Eyal Neiger is the founder and editor-in-chief of “Taagidim” (Corporations) – the reputable law journal dedicated to corporate law, securities law and anti-trust law.
Eyal Neiger is also a frequent speaker in conferences and seminaries in the field of corporate governance.
Eyal Neiger (who was recommended by the 2015 edition of the Legal 500 directors for his commercial advice) was recently recognized as an expert lawyer in the field of capital markets and securities law, and in such capacity was appointed by the Israeli Minister of Justice as one of the six members of the Israeli SEC Administrative Enforcement Committee.
Amir Zolty has an impressive record in the public field. Immediately prior to the establishment of EKZN, Amir Zolty served as a registrar of the Supreme Court of Israel and as the senior legal assistant to the president of the Israeli Supreme Court, Professor Aharon Barak, and before that - as the senior legal assistant to the attorney general of the state of Israel. It should also be noted that Amir Zolty has also worked as an associate in Herzog Fox Neeman prior to his career in the civil service. Amir Zolty (who received his LL.B. Magna Cum Laude from Tel-Aviv University in Israel) received his LL.M. degree from Yale law school. He lectured in the Buchmann Faculty of Law, in Tel Aviv University and thereafter he joined the Board of Trustees of the Buchmann Faculty of Law. Recently Amir Zolty participates, as a panel member and a country reporter in various activities and publications of the IBA (in the fields of corporate and M&A, high tech and venture capital). Since the establishment of EKZN, Amir Zolty was extensively engaged in high-tech and biotech/pharmaceutical transactions, and is also representing a considerable number of private and public high-tech and biotech companies. Amir Zolty has been ranked by the Legal 500 for six years in a row (2011-2016) as one of the leading Israeli practitioners in the field of High-tech, start-ups and Venture Capital.