Rimon Partner Dror Futter Appointed to New Jersey-Israel Commission by Governor Murphy
News Dror Futter · May 25, 2023
In a recent press release, The New Jersey-Israel Commission welcomed a new round of appointments to public members of the Commission by Governor Phil Murphy including 10 new and 29 reappointed Commission Members. According to the release, “these appointments strengthen the Commission’s objective of deepening New Jersey’s key relationship with the State of Israel across trade, investment, science, academia, tourism, culture, and other important areas.”
Rimon is pleased to share that Partner, Dror Futter has been appointed to the Commission.
“As a life-long resident of NJ with many ties to Israel and a long time participant in the NJ innovation ecosystem, I am super excited about joining the Commission and helping to expand the mutually beneficial NJ-Israel relationship”, said Dror on his appointment.
The New Jersey-Israel Commission was established in 1989 to implement the goals of the New Jersey-Israel Sister State Agreement and is under the administration of New Jersey Department of State. The Commission promotes the development of trade, culture and educational exchanges; encourages the development of capital investment and joint business ventures; and fosters a spirit of cooperation between the citizens of the State of Israel and the State of New Jersey.
Dror Futter focuses his practice on startup companies and their investors, and has worked with a wide range of technology companies. His fifteen years’ experience as in-house counsel includes positions with Vidyo, Inc., a venture-backed videoconferencing company, and New Venture Partners, a venture fund focused on corporate spinouts. Prior to that, Mr. Futter was Counsel to the CIO of Lucent Technologies, as well as supporting parts of its sourcing organization. Read more here.