Carmon & Carmon is an Israeli law firm with a front office in New York. We are active internationally in these major areas:

Foreign Judgments in Israel: Recognition and Enforcement, a Hebrew language legal textbook published by The Israel Bar Association Publishing House  was written by Haggai Carmon the firm’s principal, with an introduction by the Honorable Eliezer Rivlin, Deputy Chief Justice, the Supreme Court of Israel.  Israeli courts are citing the book in accord in their judgments.

Springer Publishing has acquired the English language rights and  published the book in  a hardcover and electronic editions.   Click here to order on Amazon.com

The firm offers New York, US federal and Israeli legal services through its partner Rakeffet Carmon, a NY and Israeli attorney. Israeli and international legal services are provided by Haggai Carmon, an Israeli attorney and a NY Legal Consultant.

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Address in New York:

Carmon & Carmon

880 Third Avenue, 13th Floor

New York, NY 10022

Tel: (212) 751 0406

Fax: (212) 751 0409

Recognized as one of the world’s leading asset recovery lawyers

 

Address in Israel:

Carmon & Carmon

Ashdar 2000 Building, 4th Fl

55 Yigal Alon Street

Tel Aviv 6789115

Tel: (+972-3) 604 0409

Fax: (+972-73) 252 9289

         
    "We have also recommended [Carmon & Carmon] to other U.S. Government Agencies (State Department, IRS, SEC, NEA, Office of Thrift Supervision, FDIC, US Embassy in Tel Aviv, and the US Postal Inspection Services)"

- U.S. Department of Justice
 
         
    "Haggai deftly handled all of the arguments [in court], and was clearly in command from the beginning. The difference in quality between our lawyer and the plaintiff’s was stark. It was like watching an excited Chihuahua yap at a seasoned Great Dane – the Chihuahua can make all the noise it wants, but the Great Dane clearly calls the shots. I wanted to emphasize how fortunate we were to have Haggai on our side today."

- A memo from a senior US diplomat to the US Department of Justice