Prior to Goodwin, Mr. Ginsberg worked in-house at a tech-quant investment fund and prior to that in the New York office of an international law firm. Mr. Ginsberg also worked at Deloitte and as an associate at Israel’s largest law firm.
Before becoming an attorney, Mr. Ginsberg worked at Philips Medical Systems Technologies as part of the company’s Software Development and Quality Assurance group, and prior to that was a team member and subsequently the leader of a Cybersecurity IT Systems group as part of his mandatory military service in Israel.
Mr. Ginsberg represents investment managers in connection with the structuring, formation, marketing, and operation of U.S. and offshore private funds, including private equity funds, venture capital funds, hedge funds, growth equity funds, funds of funds, stand-alone single-asset funds, co-investment funds, single-investor funds and various other innovative investment products. He also frequently counsels clients on regulatory and compliance matters. In addition, Mr. Ginsberg advises investment managers on matters that are critical to the growth of their businesses, such as compensation arrangements, internal governance, and strategic transactions.
Mr. Ginsberg also represents institutional and private investors with respect to their investments in private funds, which often include the structuring and negotiation of strategic cooperation agreements between the investors and fund managers.
Mr. Ginsberg is the co-leader of the Unit 8200 Silicon Valley Alumni Group.