Dr. Eyal Geva
Dr. Eyal Geva is a partner in the Capital Market, Corporate and Securities Department
Dr. Geva specializes in Commercial and Corporate law, Corporate Governance, Securities law, Corporate Insolvency and issues relating to cross-border and Private International law. Dr. Geva counsel directors and officers on issues pertaining to regulation, corporate governance and reporting standards; advises companies regarding commercial disputes, re-organizations and insolvency procedures; IPO; providing legal opinion on D&O compensation, related party transactions, and corporate governance; advising bond holders before and during insolvency restructuring and litigation procedures; partnership and capital raising agreements.
Before joining as counsel to our firm, Dr. Geva served as a senior legal counsel and the head of corporate governance at the Israel Securities Authority (2012-2015); an associate at Paliare Roland (Toronto, 2005) and at Goldfarb, Seligman and Co. (litigation department, 2000-2003).
Dr. Geva is a lecturer at the Faculty of Law, Hebrew University (corporate and corporate insolvency law; since 2009); at the Faculty of Law, Tel-Aviv university (capital market regulation, since 2015) and was a teaching fellow and lecturer at the London School of Economics and Political Science, London, UK (2006-2010).
E.Z. Geva, “The Duty of Care towards Creditors in the Vicinity of Insolvency” in Gross Book, research in companies and commercial law in honor to Prof. Joseph Gross; Editors: AHARON BARAK, ITZHAK ZAMIR, DAVID LIBAI (2015), at 197 (in Hebrew).
E.Z.Geva, “The Trajectory of Labour Relations under Chapter 11” 10(3) DePaul Business and Commercial Law Journal (also translated into Chinese; PKU Press)
E.Z.Geva, “The Secured Creditor and Corporate Rescue” 1 Taagidim (Corporations) (2011)(In Hebrew)
E.Z.Geva, ‘The proposal to amend corporate insolvency reorganisation law in the perspective of the US Chapter 11’ 3 Taagidim (Corporations) 61(2011)(In Hebrew)
E.Z.Geva, “Convergence and Persistence in Corporate Insolvency Law: Employee Participation in Corporate Insolvency Restructuring” 12 European Business Organizations Law Review 315 (2011)
E.Z.Geva, ‘National Policy Objectives from an EU Perspective: UK Corporate Rescue and the European Insolvency Regulation; A Note on Hans Brochier Holdings Ltd v. Exner and Re Collins & Aikman Europe SA’8 European Business Organizations Law Review 605 (2008).
Editor, Vanessa Finch, Corporate Insolvency Law; Perspectives and Principles (Cambridge, Cambridge University Press, 2nd ed., 2009)
LLM, Faculty of law, University of Toronto, 2005
PhD, the London School of Economics and Political Science (2010)