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  • הגירה ועלייה לישראל

    Immigration to Israel

  • אזרחות אוסטרית

    Austrian Citizenship

  • דרכון גרמני

    German Citizenship

  • דרכון רומני

    Romanian Passport

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    Portuguese Citizenship

  • מקרקעין ונדלן

    Israeli Real Estate & Property Law

  • דיני תאגידים

    Corporate and Commercial Law

  • עמותות ומלכרים

    Non-Profit Law

  • ירושה ועיזבון

    Israeli Inheritance

  • דיני עבודה

    Israeli Labor Law

  • ארנונה

    Arnona (Municipal Tax)

  • נוטריון

    Notary / Apostille

  • פשיטת רגל והוצאה לפועל

    Bankruptcy and Repossession

  • דיני מפשחה

    Family Law

  • אזרחות זרה

    Foreign Citizenship

  • דרכון הולנדי

    Dutch Passport

  • דרכון צרפתי

    French Passport

  • דרכון בולגרי

    Bulgarian Passport

  • דיני תעבורה

    Traffic Law

  • נזיקין

    Damages (Torts)

  • הגירה לארהב

    Immigration to the US

  • אזרחות ודרכון בריטי

    Immigration to the UK

  • דרכון ליטאי

    Lithuanian Passport

  • דרכון פולני

    Polish Citizenship

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    Immigration to Canada

Why Choose Us?

Our offices firmly believe in taking an active role in changing our world for the better. We are consistent, patient, and professional, giving each new case the attention it deserves. An integral part of our services is to work closely with our clients so that they can make the right decisions with respect to their legal needs.

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Meet the Partners

Michael Decker

Mr. Michael Decker has been a member of the Israeli Bar Association since 2008. After working as a partner in Yehuda Raveh & Co. for nearly a decade, he founded his own firm and eventually merged to be part of Cohen, Decker, Pex & Brosh law offices as a founding partner.

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Joshua Pex

Mr. Joshua Pex has been a member of the Israeli Bar Association since 2009. He completed a Master of Laws (LL.M.) at Haifa University, and he worked at Yehuda Raveh & Co. for several years prior to joining Cohen, Decker, Pex & Brosh law offices as a founding partner.

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Irena Rosenberg

Advocate Irena Rosenberg is the head of our office’s Jerusalem branch. She specializes in immigration and administrative law.

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As the head of Intellectual Property Department, Tal specializes in trademarks, designs and copyrights. His other field of expertise includes administrative law - Aliyah and immigration to Israel, visas, family unification, and special humanitarian applications.

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Anat Levi

Attorney and Mediator Anat Levi is a member of the Israeli Bar Association. Anat has LL.B from Netanya College, and LL.M from Bar Ilan University. Adv. Anat Levi received another bachelor's degree in special education, from which she graduated with honors.

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Recent Posts

Entry visa to Israel for commercial and employment purposes (important legal information)

By Joshua Pex | October 6, 2022

How do you obtain a permit of entry to Israel for commerce and employment purposes? Many Palestinian workers and businessmen living in the West Bank wish to enter Israel to work, due to the many business and employment opportunities available to workers in Israel. In practice, this often entails a complicated legal procedure, and it…

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Switching attorneys – when can clients leave an attorney? (legal information)

By Joshua Pex | September 29, 2022

The question of switching attorneys come up in many cases, and for a variety of reasons. Sometimes clients prefer that a different attorney represent them, or wish to switch the attorney handling their case for some other reason. This subject brings up complex legal issues, and even personal dilemmas on the clients’ part. It may…

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Obtaining a German passport

By Michael Decker | September 28, 2022

Obtaining a German passport for Holocaust survivors and their descendants under the updated German nationality law: tens of thousands of Jews can prepare the required documents and submit an application for citizenship. According to the new nationality law, the vast majority of Jews with a historical connection to pre-WWII Germany will be able to obtain…

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Disposition of Company Assets in New York

By Michael Decker | September 28, 2022

What approval is needed? Shareholder approval is required when a company wishes to sell, lease, exchange or otherwise dispose of all or substantially all of the corporation’s assets in New York, other than in the usual course of business which is actually conducted by the corporation. What is the procedure? Board approval – The board…

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Corporate Bonds

By Michael Decker | September 28, 2022

What are Corporate Bonds? Corporate Bonds include secured and unsecured bonds, as well as debentures and notes. The company offers them at par value or otherwise for money or property, tangible or otherwise. They can also be issued for services which have actually been rendered or for promises to pay or perform services in the…

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Certificate of Incorporation Changes Requiring a Special Vote in New York

By Michael Decker | September 28, 2022

Which amendments require a special vote? Most amendments made to the certificate of incorporation only require the vote of a majority of all the outstanding shares entitled to vote. There are notable exceptions. One of these involves an amendment which would alter or strike out a provision for supermajority votes or quorums for shareholders. Such…

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Amending the Certificate of Incorporation in New York

By Michael Decker | September 28, 2022

What can be amended? A corporation has the power to make insertions, deletions, or other modifications to its certificate of incorporation as it sees fit. However, insertions may only be made to the extent that they would be lawful in an original certificate of incorporation at the time the amendment is made. Amendments by the…

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Restrictions on Transferring Shares in New York

By Michael Decker | September 27, 2022

Unreasonable restraint on the alienation of shares New York law does not allow restraints on the alienation of shares to be unreasonable. Alienation of shares refers to an agreement made by a shareholder to not sell, transfer, pledge encumber or otherwise dispose of any company shares or those of a subsidiary under their ownership between…

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Major Corporate Changes in New York

By Michael Decker | September 27, 2022

Which changes are governed by the BCL? The New York Business Corporation Law (“BCL”) governs certain major internal changes to a corporation’s structure. These include: a) amendments being made to the certificate of incorporation; b) mergers; c) consolidations with other corporations; d) sale of assets; and e) dissolution of the company. Legal status of the…

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Types of Corporate Entities in Israel

By Michael Decker | September 27, 2022

There are various types of corporate entities in Israel. This article will explore their respective traits. Our law office specializes in Israeli corporate law. Contact us to for aid determining which type of company best suits your business needs. Public companies A public company is one which holds out its shares for ownership by the…

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