Marc Zell, founder of the firm, regularly assists clients in cross border mergers and acquisitions, asset protection and corporate finance, commercial transactions, technology transfer, project finance and investment and technology development enterprises. He is also an experienced trans-national litigation successfully representing business clients in complex litigations and arbitrations around the globe. Marc is a graduate of Princeton University and University of Maryland School of Law and is a member of bars of the State of Maryland (1977), District of Columbia (1978), Virginia (1981), Israel (1987) as well as various United States district and bankruptcy courts.
Richard Aron’s practice covers a wide spectrum of the civil law fields in Israeli practice, with special emphasis on real estate, wills, estates and inheritance matters, contractual work of all kinds, and nonprofit organizations. Richard moved to Israel after completing his legal studies at the University of Chicago in 1971 and has been a member of the Israeli Bar since 1974.
born New York, New York, 20 November, 1963; admitted, 1990, New York; 1992, United States District Court, Southern District of New York; 1992, United States District Court, Eastern District of New York; and 1999, Israel.
Noam Schreiber’s practice focuses civil and commercial litigation with specialization on complex litigation matters. Noam represents private and public corporations as well as individuals in a wide variety of dispute resolution issues concerning civil, commercial and administrative law. Noam received his law degree from the Ono Academic College in 2010 and was admitted to the Israeli Bar in 2012.
E-mail: Andrew Gareleck
Andrew Gareleck works Of Counsel in the firm’s Jerusalem office. He regularly advises clients on strategies for entering the U.S. and French markets. He assists European and Israeli clients with the creation of corporations and limited liability companies (LLC) including foreign-owned subsidiaries and joint venture companies throughout the United States.