Tamar is a business-oriented attorney with extensive experience throughout the lifecycle of a technology company, replacing or supplementing typical in-house counsel. She advises emerging and technology companies on formation, financing, corporate governance and public offerings as well as technology transactions and privacy and data security.

Pragmatic and creative, she is adept at providing clients with strategic advice in clear, understandable terms.

Tamar has a broad transactional skill set that includes:

  • mergers and acquisitions
  • financing transactions
  • IPOs
  • public offerings
  • terms of service agreements
  • equity compensation
  • employment and contractor agreements

She advises clients on data breach response, security policies and HIPAA compliance, among other data security issues.

Before Fox Rothschild

Before joining Fox Rothschild, Tamar was an associate in the New York office of an international law firm, where she began as a summer associate. She was previously an associate with the ACLU of Northern California, focusing on technology and civil liberties policy. 

During law school, Tamar was an editor for the Berkeley Technology Law Journal and a research assistant to Professor Peter Menell. She was also a fellow at the Berkeley Center for Law and Technology.

Prior to her legal career, Tamar worked as a compliance consultant for a leading global financial services firm.