Partner

Silicon Valley

Highly regarded

English and Hebrew


Jurisdictions:

California
United States

Practice areas:

M&A


Tali's practice focuses on private and public M&A and general corporate representation of technology and life science companies and growth equity investors. Tali represents strategic and financial buyers and sellers in public and private acquisitions. She has unique expertise representing both target companies and serial acquirers in M&A transactions (including de-SPAC transactions), which provides her a comprehensive view of all relevant issues from both sides and the ability to find practical solutions to secure a successful deal.

Tali also represents companies at all stages of their lifecycle and across a broad range of industries, including software, enterprise, security, digital health, fintech, gaming, and blockchain.

Tali advises clients on special purpose acquisition company (SPAC) transactions in the thriving de-SPAC market and has handled high profile, complex transactions across a broad range of industries. She has unique expertise representing both target companies and blank check companies in de-SPAC transactions. She has a deep understanding of both the legal issues influencing SPACs as well as the business, marketing, and industry issues that often determine the success or failure of SPACs.

We continue to stand by our mission to build upon the strength of the diversity of our lawyers and staff to continue creating an environment where all are encouraged, assisted and inspired to reach their potential. Having set a goal to be a leader in maintaining and increasing diversity in the legal profession, we are pleased that our efforts continue to be recognized by various monitoring bodies. White & Case received the highest ranking on the American Lawyer Diversity Scorecard among the Am Law top 10 firms by revenue for eight consecutive years. Specifically:

  • 2021, 2020, and 2019 Mansfield Rule Certification Plus from Diversity Lab, confirming that White & Case has “affirmatively considered at least 30 percent women, of colour and LGBT+ attorneys for leadership and governance roles, equity partner promotions, and senior lateral positions,” following receiving 2018 Mansfield Rule Certification in its inaugural year.
  • 2020 Women in Law Empowerment Forum (WILEF) certification as a Gold Standard Firm in the US and UK for the prior 12-month reporting period. We are one of 19 firms that qualified on every criteria in the US, and we are one of only five firms that qualified for both US and UK certification.
  • 2020 Tipping the Scales from the Diversity & Flexibility Alliance, for having 50% or more women in our 2020 US-based new partner class.

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Tali’s recent representations include:

  • Representation of Siemplify, an Israeli cybersecurity and security orchestration, automation and response (SOAR) provider, in its sale to Google LLC.
  • Representation of Cellebrite DI Ltd., the global leader in Digital Intelligence (DI) solutions for the public and private sectors, in its US$2.4 billion business combination with TWC Tech Holdings II Corp (NASDAQ: TWCT), a SPAC.
  • Representation of REE Automotive Ltd., an electric-vehicle technology startup based in Israel, in its US$3.6 billion go-public acquisition by 10X Capital Venture Acquisition Corp. (Nasdaq: VCVCU), a SPAC.
  • Softbank Vision Fund II and Eldridge in their up to US$235 million co-investment in Anyvision, an Israeli artificial intelligence-based facial recognition startup.
  • dMY Technology Group, Inc. II (NYSE: DMYD), a SPAC, in its US$1.68 billion business combination with UK-based Genius Sports Group.
  • Graf Industrial Corp. (NYSE: GRAF), a SPAC, in its US$1.8 billion business combination with Velodyne Lidar, Inc.
  • NICE Ltd. (NASDAQ: NICE), the world's leading provider of both cloud and on-premises enterprise software solutions, in its acquisition of Guardian Analytics, a leading AI cloud-based financial crime risk management solution provider.
  • OpenText Corp. (NASDAQ: OTEX, TSE: OTEX), a Canadian seller and developer of enterprise information management software and one of Canada's largest software companies, in its US$75 million acquisition of XMedius, a provider of secure information exchange and unified communication solutions with locations in the United States, Canada and Europe.
  • Representation of Siemplify, an Israeli cybersecurity and security orchestration, automation and response (SOAR) provider, in its sale to Google LLC.
  • Representation of Picus Security, the pioneer of Breach and Attack Simulation (BAS) technology, in its US$24 million Series B funding round.
  • Abu Dhabi Catalyst Partners on its US$50 million Series F investment into Lookout Inc., a fast-growing Silicon Valley-based cybersecurity company with a pre-money valuation of approximately US$1.5 billion.

  • California State Bar.

  • LLM, Columbia University School of Law Harlan Fiske Stone Scholar 
  • LLB, Tel Aviv University, Dean’s List