Marc Zell is our exclusively recommended Cross-Border Dispute Resolution expert in the Israel on the Advisory Excellence website. If you need assistance in this area, please contact Marc directly using the contact details listed above.
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.
A boutique international law firm based in Jerusalem, Israel, the members of Zell, Aron & Co. are as diverse as they are knowledgeable. Since the firm’s founding in 1999, we have understood that in today’s global market, broad legal knowledge and experience is essential for any attorney who wishes to properly assist a client. What do we have that makes us unique? To put in concisely, we are cross-border generalists. Due to our expansive experience spanning over 115 years of accrued experience, we view every litigation and transaction entrusted with us by our clients in a broad and expansive outlook. We may be a small firm, but mighty.
Our firm has developed a specialty in cross-border discovery, including cases pursuant to the Hague Evidence Convention. For more on this, visit our Hague Evidence Convention: A Guide for the Practitioner