Areas of Practice

Israeli Litigation

Aggressive Israeli Litigation, Appellate Practice, Business Litigation, Complex Business Litigation, Commercial Litigation, Contract Litigation, Corporate Litigation, Enforcement of Foreign Judgments, Insolvency and Bankruptcy Litigation – Israeli  Intellectual Property Litigation, Civil Litigation, Trial Practice.

Fraud Investigation and Litigation

Worldwide Asset Recovery, Commercial Fraud, Money Laundering, Contract Fraud, Corporate Investigations, Civil Fraud, International and Government Investigations.

Corporate and Business

Business Planning, Sale of Goods,  Incorporation, Foreign Investment, Civil Practice, Foreign Investments in Israel and in the United States, Investment Management, Business Acquisitions, Mergers and Acquisitions.

International

Sovereign Immunity, Diplomatic Immunity and Law, Consular Immunity and Law, International Litigation, International Arbitration, International Distribution Agreements, International Licensing Agreements, International Business Law, International Joint Ventures, Joint Ventures, International Child Custody and Parental Kidnapping, International Collections, International Commercial Law, International Intellectual Property, International Mergers and Acquisitions.

Intellectual Property

Trademarks, Trademark Infringement Litigation, Trademark Licensing, Trademark Registration, Piracy, Copyright Infringement Litigation, Copyright Protection.

Labor Disputes

Israeli Labor Litigation, Israeli & U.S. Employment Agreements, Israeli & U.S. Relocation Agreements.

Government Regulations

Israeli Administrative Appeals, Zoning Litigation, Government Bids and Tenders.

         
    "US Government agencies have assigned him with the worldwide responsibility (except for the US) of complex multi-nationa and multi-million dollar cases which required sensitive investigative work in more than 30 countries"

- 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