Daniel Ilan’s practice focuses on intellectual property law, as well as cybersecurity and privacy. He has significant experience in representing leading multinational corporations and private equity firms in IP, technology, and privacy issues arising in transactional contexts, particularly transactions involving acquisition of or investment in IP, data, and various technologies.
Daniel is a member of the Advisory Board of the Cyber-Law Program in the International Cyber-Security Research Center at The Hebrew University of Jerusalem. He is also a member of the board of directors of Volunteer Lawyers for the Arts, a preeminent legal aid organization providing pro bono legal representation to artists, fashion designers, and nonprofit arts and cultural organizations.
Daniel joined the firm in 2000 and became a partner in 2015. From 2000 to 2005, he was resident in the Brussels office, and from 2005 to 2006, he was resident in the Paris office.
- Donatella Versace, GiVi Holding, and Jonathan Akeroyd in the $2.13 billion sale of Versace to Michael Kors Holdings.
- Google on numerous matters, including its announced $1.1 billion business cooperation agreement with HTC Corporation, its acquisition of virtual reality video game developer Owlchemy Labs Inc., its sale of its Terra Bella satellite business to Planet Labs, its $1 billion investment in Space Exploration Technologies Corp. (SpaceX), its $2.9 billion sale of Motorola Mobility’s mobile devices business to Lenovo, its $2.35 billion sale of Google’s Motorola Mobility Home Business to ARRIS Group, and its acquisitions of Waze Mobile (the Israeli community-based traffic and navigation app), DeepMind Technologies Limited (a London-based artificial intelligence company), and Redwood Robotics, Inc. (a developer of robotic mobile arms).
- College of Europe, Bruges, LL.M., 2000
- Hebrew University of Jerusalem, LL.B., 1997
- New York
- England and Wales
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