Mark Florsheim

Location: Jerusalem

Areas of practice: Corporate Law, Mergers and Acquisitions,


Education: Columbia College (A.B. 1964); New York University Law School (LL.B. 1967); George Washington University (M.A. Economics 1970)

Professional Career: Admitted, 1967, New York; 1968, District of Columbia; 1987, Israel Bar. Editor, N.Y.U. Law Review; Author: “Note, Equitable Adjustment of Government Contracts,” N.Y.U. Law Review (1967); “The AEC Management Contract Concept” with O.S. Hiestand, Jr., Federal Bar Journal (1969); “The Treatment of Refusals to Cross Picket Lines: `By-paths and Indirect Crook’t Ways’ ” with James T. Carney, Cornell Law Review (1970); “Review, the Nominalistic Principle: A Legal Approach to Inflation, Deflation, Devaluation and Revaluation,” St. John’s Law Review (1971). Work Experience: Federal Home Loan Bank Board, Washington, D.C. (1966); U.S. Atomic Energy Commission, Washington, D.C. (1967-1970); Botein, Hays, Sklar & Herzberg, New York City (1971-1975); Automatic Data Processing, Inc. Roseland, New Jersey (1975-1986); Herzog Fox & Neeman, Tel Aviv (1987); Tadiran Ltd. (1987-1996).

Year Of Birth/Place: New York, USA, 1943

Languages: English, Hebrew, German, Spanish


Areas of Expertise

Administrative Law
Agricultural and Water Law
Bankruptcy and Insolvency Law
Civil Litigation
Civil Procedures
Commercial Litigation
Class Actions
Collective settlements
Commercial and business law
Commercial Law
Contract Law
Cooperative Societies
Corporate Law
Corporate Finance
Creditors Rights
Criminal Law - White Collar
Energy Law
Environmental Law
Estates and Trust
Health Care Compliance
Hi-Tech Companies
Insurance and Torts
Local Taxation Law
International  Taxation
International Trade and Transactions
Internet and E-Commerce
Intellectual property
Investment and trust
Labor Law
Mergers and Acquisitions
Mergers and Spin-offs
Notary Services
Non-Profit Organizations
Oil and Gas
Planning and Zoning
Private International law
Privatization and Organizational Changes
Public Contract Law
Real Estate
Real Estate Taxation, Building, Planning and Zoning
Religious Orders
Solutions For Business in Distress
Property Tax
Taxation Law
Tourism and Development
Zoning, Planning and Building Law