Objectives of the Recognition and Enforcement of Foreign Judgment.- Recognition and Enforcement of Foreign Judgments in Israel.- Comparative Law.- Judgments in Personam, in Rem, and Personal Status Judgments.- The Function and Ramifications of the Enforcement Procedure.- Interpretation of the Foreign Judgments Enforcement Law.- Recognition of Foreign Judgments and Orders.- Recognition of Foreign Judgments.- Enforcement of Foreign Judgments against a Foreign Sovereign.- Foreign Judgments and the Palestinian Authority.- Enforcement of Judgments from Signatories of Treaties to which Israel is Party.- Enforcement of Foreign Arbitration Awards.- Summary and Conclusions.
Haggai Carmon graduated cum laude from the Tel Aviv University School of Law. He received a Certificate in International Law and Diplomacy, and an M.A degree in Government and Politics from St. John's University in New York. Carmon has been practicing private and public international law for over three decades. He has been serving as outside counsel on Israel matters for the United States for over 27 years, and represents the US government in civil litigation in Israeli courts. Carmon is also the Israeli lawyer for the US Embassy in Israel. Additionally, he serves as the lawyer for the Multinational Force and Observers in Sinai, and has successfully represented the European Union in litigation in Israel. Carmon represents international corporations and foreign states in matters regarding international law in general, and Israeli law in particular. Carmon is the Israeli representative of FraudNet, a worldwide network of lawyers organized by the International Chamber of Commerce, and writes a blog on sovereign, diplomatic, and consular immunities, and immunities of international organizations: www.diplomaticlaw.com . Carmon shuttles frequently between his firm's offices in Tel Aviv and New York.