“Most Firms would not want to put their names on an office in Israel – we are not embarrassed”
A year after opening an office in Israel, Richard Rosenbaum, head of giant American law firm Greenberg Traurig, recalls how they began operations here, why the issue of inequality needs to be addressed, and why the Concentration Law is justified.
The CEO of an international law firm needs to be more than an attorney. Among other things, he must have the characteristics of a marketing man. Richard Rosenbaum, head of the giant American firm Greenberg Traurig has the chic of an American-Jewish grandfather, a gentle way of speaking, a lot of affection for Israel, and excellent marketing ability.
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