Israel International Team

A Dedicated Multi-Disciplinary Practice

As one of the oldest firms in the United States, with a presence in key industrial and financial centers in North America, Butzel Long is strategically positioned to cater to Israeli and Israel-related companies that wish to explore opportunities to establish and expand their business operations in the United States, as well as to assist U.S. businesses and individuals in need of representation in Israel.

Butzel Long's Israel Practice responds to the growing demand for legal services by Israel startups and venture capitalists seeking opportunities in high tech, life sciences, IT, alternative energy, clean tech, and telecommunications. The Israel Practice group builds on our attorney's experience, business and political affiliations, and proficiency in Hebrew. Lawyers in the Israel Practice work closely with other attorneys across the Firm and its affiliates in China and Mexico to guide clients efficiently and effectively through their important decision-making and cross-border operations.

The Israel Practice embodies the Firm's demonstrated commitment to furthering the economic partnership between the United States and Israel. Members of the Israel Practice group hold leadership positions with a number of prominent Israel-related organizations including the Michigan Israel Business Bridge and the State Government Relations Oversight Committee of the Jewish Federation of Metropolitan Detroit.

Services

Our attorneys handle complex transactions and cases on behalf of U.S., international and Israeli clients, including businesses, governments, non-profit organizations, and individuals around the world.

In addition to being a full-service firm, Butzel Long is a member of Lex Mundi, the world's largest association of independent law firms consisting of 160 firms in 100 countries. This enables our Firm to offer an integrated approach to serving the client's needs while providing cost-effective solutions to our clients.

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