Shiri Shenhav is an associate in the Palo Alto office of Morrison & Foerster LLP, and is a member of the firm’s Corporate Group and Israel Practice. She maintains a corporate transactional practice focusing on mergers and acquisitions, venture and growth equity investments, and corporate counseling to companies in the tech and life science industries.
Shiri regularly assists strategic buyers and private equity funds and their portfolio companies in a variety of domestic and cross-border legal matters, including deal structuring and mechanics, stock and asset purchases, mergers, divestitures, and auctions. She also regularly supports venture capital firms and company-side clients with respect to venture financings, joint ventures and other strategic transactions and general corporate matters.
As an accomplished attorney certified in California and in Israel, Shiri has extensive experience representing multinational corporations and US investment firms in cross-border transactions involving Israeli targets and consulting Israeli-based companies on their U.S. operations.
Shiri is fluent in English and in Hebrew.Show More
Walmart in various strategic acquisitions in the U.S. and in Israel, including its acquisition of Zeekit Online Shopping, a leading virtual fitting room platform based in Israel, and its acquisition of Aspetiva, an Israeli-based content analysis platform.
Unity Software Inc. (NYSE: U), developer of a software platform for creating and operating interactive, real-time 3D content, in its acquisition of RestAR Ltd., an Israeli-based developer of a cloud-based 3D scanning and AR technology.
Astroscale U.S. Inc., the U.S. unit of Astroscale Holdings Inc., in its acquisition of certain assets of Effective Space Solutions R&D Ltd., an Israeli satellite life-extension and servicing company.
Fortis Solutions Group, a Main Post Partners portfolio company, in various acquisitions.
SoftBank in various financings, including investments in OpenDoor, Meesho, Fanatics, and DoorDash.
Peer5, an Israeli-based peer-to-peer (p2p) enterprise content delivery network in its sale to Microsoft Corporation.