Gilad Zohari is an associate at Latham & Watkins and a member of the firm’s Corporate Department and Israel Practice.

Mr. Zohari advises both public and private companies, including private equity firms and strategic investors, in connection with mergers and acquisitions, strategic investments, and other general corporate matters. Mr. Zohari also advises issuers, underwriters and initial purchasers in capital markets transactions including public and private equity offerings.

Prior to joining Latham, Mr. Zohari served as a clerk to Hon. Justice A. Grunis (ret.), President of the Supreme Court of Israel.

Select capital markets transactions include:

  • Barclays, as joint-lead book-running manager, on the US$93 million underwritten public offering for Nayax Ltd., a global commerce enablement, payment, and loyalty platform
  • Jefferies´ NIS242 million secondary offering on The Tel Aviv Stock Exchange
  • Enlight Renewable Energy on its US$252 Million US IPO on Nasdaq
  • on its US$724 million IPO on Nasdaq
  • Global-e on its US$375 million IPO on Nasdaq
  • Similarweb on its US$176 million IPO on NYSE
  • NeoGames on its US$94 million IPO on Nasdaq
  • Nayax on its US$237 million IPO on the Tel Aviv Stock Exchange
  • Tel Aviv Stock Exchange’s NIS225 million IPO on the TASE
  • Max Stock’s NIS621 million IPO on the Tel Aviv Stock Exchange, alongside a Rule 144A/Reg. S global offering   
  • Fiverr on its US$120 million follow-on offering on NYSE
  • Neogames on its US$143 million secondary offering on Nasdaq
  • Audiocodes’s US$91 million follow-on offering on Nasdaq
  • Itamar Medical on its US$40 million IPO on Nasdaq
  • Fiverr on its US$110 million IPO on NYSE

Select M&A transactions include:

  • NVIDIA, a global technology company, in acquiring Run:ai, an Israel-based workload management and orchestration software provider
  • NeoGames, a provider of end-to-end iLottery and iGaming solutions, on its US$1.2 billion sale to Aristocrat Leisure
  • Ceragon Networks in its successful defense of Aviat Network Inc.’s hostile takeover attempt
  • ironSource, an Israel-based software company that focuses on app monetization and distribution, on its US$4.4 billion merger with Unity Software
  • Global-e on its US$500 million acquisition of Flow Commerce, a technology based cross-border e-commerce software solution for emerging brands
  • 888 Holdings on its £2.2 billion acquisition of non-US assets of William Hill, a UK-based company offering gaming, betting, online casino, and poker sites
  • Mellanox Technologies, the supplier of computer networking products, on its US$7 billion sale to NVIDIA Corporation   
  • NVIDIA Corporation on its acquisition of Cumulus Networks, a provider of software for modern networking
  • Searchlight Capital Partners on its US$3.4 billion acquisition of the controlling stake in Bezeq, the Israeli telecoms company   
  • CVC Capital Partners on its US$400 million acquisition of a minority stake in ironSource, an online software distributor   
  • Baxter International on its acquisition of Cheetah Medical, a developer non-invasive solutions for monitoring cardiac output and hemodynamic in critically ill patients
  • Consortium led by CC Capital in its US$6.9 billion acquisition of Dun & Bradstreet*   
  • Sycamore Partners in its US$6.9 billion acquisition of Staples*   
  • Rhône Group in its strategic partnership with Eurazeo*   
  • Blackstone in its acquisition of Cloverleaf Cold Storage*   
  • Apax Partners Israel in its acquisition of 3M’s electronic monitoring business*

Select emerging companies transactions include:

  • UBQ Materials on its US$170 million funding round led by TPG Rise, TPG’s global impact investing platform
  • CVC on its US$400 million investment in ironSource
  • Sapphire Ventures on its US$150 million Series D financing of   

*Matter handled prior to joining Latham 

Bar Qualification

  • Israel
  • New York


  • LLM, Harvard Law School, 2016
  • LLB, Tel Aviv University Buchman School of Law, 2014

Languages Spoken

  • English
  • Hebrew