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    Immigration to Israel

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    Immigration to the US

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    Immigration to the UK

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    Immigration to Canada

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    Spanish & Portuguese Citizenship

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    Israeli Real Estate & Property Law

  • israeli-corporation-law

    Corporate & Commercial Law

  • israeli-non-profit-law

    Non-Profit Law

  • israeli-inheritance

    Israeli Inheritance

  • israeli-labor-law

    Israeli Labor Law

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Why Cohen, Decker, Pex & Brosh?

At Cohen, Decker, Pex & Brosh Law Offices, we 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


Jamie Cohen

Mr. James S. Cohen, Esq., is a member of the Maryland and District of Columbia Bars in the US as well as the American Immigration Lawyers Association. He has been a member of the Israeli Bar Association since 2012, and he is a founding partner of Cohen, Decker, Pex & Brosh.

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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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Michael Decker

Mr. Michael Decker has been a member of the Israeli Bar Association since 2008. After nearly a decade of working as a partner within the law offices of Yehuda Raveh & Co., Mr. Decker founded his own firm in Jerusalem in October 2016.



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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Alex Brosh

Mr. Alex Brosh is a member of the Israeli Bar Association and has a Bachelor of Laws from the Interdisciplinary Center in Herzliya. He interned at Yehuda Raveh & Co. and later worked at Markovich, Chinio & Co. prior to joining Cohen, Decker, Pex & Brosh as a founding partner.

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Alex Brosh

Mr. Alex Brosh is a member of the Israeli Bar Association. He has a Bachelor of Laws (LL.B.) from the Interdisciplinary Center in Herzliya.


Recent Posts

New Restrictions on Immigration and Business Visas to the United States

By James Cohen | June 28, 2020

On April 22, 2020 President Trump signed an Executive Order limiting immigration to the US for the next sixty days, arguing it was in response to the Covid19 virus pandemic.  That order was updated on June 22, 2020, with new restrictions that will last through the end of the year. The new restrictions on immigration…

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A foreign caretaker whose patient is institutionalized or passes away – what does the law say?

By Michael Decker | June 24, 2020

By the nature of their work, nursing caretakers often face complex situations. Foreign caretakers come to Israel to assist our loved ones at difficult times. Unfortunately, patients often end up institutionalized or pass away during the foreign worker’s tenure. Such a situation raises many legal issues, such as; what is the fate of foreign caretakers…

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Nursing workers in Israel – an essential overview

By Michael Decker | June 21, 2020

This article will provide an overview of nursing workers in Israel and their employment conditions. The nursing sector is made up predominantly of foreign workers, who come to Israel for a limited time period to care for our loved ones. This raises complex legal issues which, unfortunately, many only discover when they are faced with…

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Are you employing a foreign caretaker in Israel? Things you should know

By Michael Decker | June 18, 2020

What are an employer’s obligations in the nursing sector? By Israeli law, nursing patients are generally considered to be the employers of their foreign caretakers. Accordingly, nursing employers in Israel are required to ensure their workers’ legal rights, even if they are not always aware of what all these rights entail. This article will provide…

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Obtaining a Bulgarian Passport — Bulgarian Citizenship — Legal Information

By Oded | June 17, 2020

Today many Israelis are interested in acquiring another citizenship. Obtaining a Bulgarian passport is one the easier paths to citizenship in a European country, for the eligible. Many Israelis of Bulgarian origin are eligible to receive this citizenship, assuming they fit certain criteria. Citizenship in one of the EU countries provides many benefits, such as:…

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Know your obligations – what are the insurance requirements for foreign caretakers in Israel?

By Michael Decker | June 15, 2020

 In the preceding article of this series, we discussed various obligations that devolve on employers of foreign caretakers. By law, the designated employers are usually the patients themselves. Of these obligations, the issue of insurance is of primary importance. If legal requirements for insurance are not met, the employer may face large fines and be…

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New Bill in Portugal Threatens to Tighten Restrictions for Obtaining a Portuguese Passport

By Michael Decker | May 24, 2020

The Portuguese law of return, which was enacted in 2015, grants the descendants of Spanish and Portuguese Jews the privilege of receiving a Portuguese EU passport. This law has been under review over the last few months. There,s a reasonable chance that the path obtaining a Portuguese passport based on Jewish heritage will be severely…

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Romanian Citizenship for Israelis with Romanian Heritage

By Michael Decker | May 11, 2020

Many Israelis have Romanian heritage and thus are eligible, according to the law, to receive Romanian citizenship. Since Romania is one of the countries belonging to the European Union, these Israelis will be able to enjoy the various benefits of holding EU passports. Romanian citizenship for Israelis with Romanian heritage is possible to acquire today,…

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Jews of Transylvania, Romania — Eligible for Austrian Citizenship?

By Michael Decker | May 11, 2020

The implementation of the new Austrian law, which will come into effect in September 2020, will grant Jews from the Danube area the possibility of receiving Austrian citizenship. Provided, that they are able to prove  that their ancestors were Austrian citizens from the 1930s until 1955 — the year of Austrian independence. This article will…

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Canceling a Rental Agreement During the Coronavirus Pandemic

By Michael Decker | May 10, 2020

Due to the measures undertaken by the Health Ministry of Israel to stop the spread of the Coronavirus, tens of thousands of Israelis have suddenly lost their jobs, some of them permanently. In light of these events, many of them found themselves unable to pay the rent. In this uneasy situation, it is very important…

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