Meet The Team
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L. MARC ZELL
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 litigator, 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, District of Columbia, Virginia, United States Supreme Court, Israel as well as various United States appellate, district and bankruptcy courts.
Marc has also been special admitted to both state and federal courts throughout the United States and other English speaking countries.
Marc is also Vice President of Republicans Overseas, Inc. and Co-Chairman of Republicans Overseas Israel. Marc also serves a senior member of the executive committee of Ariel University. Marc is a regular commentator in Israeli media on Israeli and U.S. law.
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 is a seasoned civil litigator in Israel courts for more than 40 years at all levels throughout the country.
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. In addition, Rick is licensed as a notary public under the Israel Notaries Law of 1976.
JEFFREY E. MICHELS
Born in New York City, Mr. Michels specializes in complex commercial, corporate and personal injury litigation both in Israel and the US. Mr. Michels is admitted to practice in New York since 1990 and in Israel since 1999. Mr. Michels was also an Assistant District Attorney for the city of New York under Robert M. Morgenthau.
Mr. Michels graduated from Union College with a degree in Economics and received his law degree from Brooklyn Law School.
Noam Schreiber’s practice focuses civil, commercial and administrative litigation with specialization on international litigation matters, including cross-border discovery. 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 and the New York Bar in 2019. Noam is admitted to practice before the United States District Court of the Southern District of New York.
Noam also holds a degree in International Relations and Islamic Studies from the Hebrew University.
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On his free time, Noam enjoys being a father to his five daughters, hiking, reading and and writing about law.
Adir Aronovich specializes in a variety of civil, corporate and administrative law fields. He has assisted clients in the restitution of their unlawfully expropriated properties since passing the Ownership Reform Act after restoration of Estonian independence in 1991. Adir concentrates on commercial transactions, contractual work, real estate, inheritance and intellectual property matters. Adir has an extensive experience in the intellectual property and civil litigation matters. He has worked as a legal counsel in various organizations in Estonia and United States. From 1989-2016 Adir has been employed by the U.S. Patent and Trademark Office and is admitted to prosecute patent applications before the USPTO.
Adir is a graduate of Tartu University Law School and Moscow’s Central Patent Institute. He is fluent in English, Russian, Estonian and converses in German and Yiddish.
Joy has unique experience in international law involving cross-border activities. She specializes in complex international class action lawsuits against governments, companies, and banks. She is dual admitted in the Bar of Israel and the Bar of the USA.
Joy’s spectrum of practice includes a wide range of business law in the US and Israel with emphasis on Israeli start-up companies, real estate, wills and estates.
Joy is a signatory of the Jordan River Covenant between Israel and Jordan. She is also the recipient of the Bloomberg Award for business entrepreneurialism and State of Ohio Humanitarian Award for her assistance to Holocaust survivors.