Miriam Zaltsman is a Partner in the Corporate and High-Tech Practice Group of the firm, advising her clients on all corporate and commercial aspects relating to the business and innovation cycle of technology-based companies. Her practice includes representation of founders, early stage companies, mature technology companies, angels, venture capital funds, private equity funds and other investors in equity financing rounds and M&A transactions, both local and cross border.

Miriam also provides ongoing legal advice to Israeli startups and emerging companies in a range of industries and topics, including founders agreements, licensing agreements and other commercial agreements, labor law issues, corporate structure, regulatory requirements, incentive schemes etc.

Miriam also has experience in negotiation of settlement agreements with respect to various business disputes, specifically those involving technology companies.

Miriam joined S. Horowitz & Co. in 2012.

Languages: EnglishHebrewRussian
Admissions: Israel Bar, 2012
Education: Tel Aviv University, MBA, Specialization in Strategy (2022), Summa Cum LaudeTel Aviv University, Bachelor of Laws (LLB) (2011), Magna Cum LaudeTel Aviv University, B.A. in Economics (2011), Summa Cum Laude


Miriam has acted for clients on a wide range of matters and transactions, recently including the representation of:

  • The Final group, a global leader in the field of Algo-Trading.
  • Sayata, a pioneer Israeli InsureTech company, in raising US$52 million in its A round.
  • Sonae IM (Bright Pixel Capital), the Portugal based technology investment arm of Sonae Group (Euronext: SON), in its investments in Israeli start-up companies in the field of cybersecurity and e-commerce.
  • Spring Ventures Ltd, a publicly traded company (TLV: SPRG), in its investments in a diversified portfolio of Israeli start-up companies.
  • Safeguard Medical, a global leader in innovative emergency medical technologies, in the acquisition of PerSys Medical, an Israeli group which develops and sells bandages and tourniquets for first responders active in civilian, military, and public safety service.
  • A Maj Invest equity fund, based in Copenhagen, in its investments in several Israeli technology companies.
  • Ashmoret, the Israel Teachers Union Consumers Club, in a strategic agreement with Isracard, Israel’s largest credit card company.
  • Google, in certain commercial matters.
  • Ballad Ventures, the venture capital arm of the Ballad Health US hospitals chain, in an agreement with an Israeli medical start-up company.


  • Recommended by Legal 500 in the field of High-tech and Startups (2018, 2022 and 2023).

Other Activities

Mentor in the BizTEC Entrepreneurship Program, the Technion’s technological entrepreneurship program (2022, 2023).

Mentor in the ‘Entrepreneurship and Innovation in the Field of Law’ Program at Tel Aviv University – The Buchmann Faculty of Law (2022, 2023).

Graduate of the 2nd round of the “Shutafot” (“Partners”) program, a unique program for training female lawyers for senior management positions in the legal industry (2022).

Editorial board member of the Tel Aviv University Law Review, “Iunei Mishpat (2010).

During her LLB studies, Miriam served as a research assistant in the fields of Torts and Refugee Law at Tel Aviv University.

The Adi Lautman program for outstanding students at Tel-Aviv University, excellence scholarship.

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