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Amos E. Rosenzweig
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Amos E. Rosenzweig

Amos Rosenzweig serves as an of counsel for Barnea Jaffa Lande.

With over 40 years of legal experience, Amos is one of Israel’s leading and most seasoned lawyers for providing counsel on the legal aspects of large organizations, including public companies, government organizations, financial institutions, and more.


Over the years, Amos has served as general legal counsel for major organizations, including the National Insurance Institute, Union Bank, Shufersal, and Israel Maritime Bank.


As an in-house general counsel, Amos managed organizations’ legal risks during periods of transition that required reorganization, restructuring, and the creation of a new legal infrastructure customized to the organization’s needs.


Amos possesses vast experience in guiding management teams, boards of directors, and senior officers during complex corporate proceedings. He boasts broad practical expertise in formulating commercial transactions in Israel and abroad, as well as in advising on financing transactions, banking agreements related to assets and liabilities, insurance policies, collateral agreements, and debt arrangements.


Amos leads corporations in devising and improving legal risk systems, provides assistance in the fields of regulation and government relations, drafts a variety of agreements, and advises corporations and private clients during local and international asset acquisition transactions. His counsel encompasses professional liability insurance agreements, financing agreements, regulatory applications, and the implementation of various compliance programs.


LL.M., Ono Academic College, 2018

Harvard Kennedy School, Executive Leadership Program, 2015

LL.B., Tel Aviv University, 1981


Member of the Israel Bar Association since 1982

Insights & News - Amos E. Rosenzweig :

January 2, 2024

Reserve Benefits for Serving in a “Kitat Konenut”

The circumstances of the Swords of Iron War have led to new emergency legislation in Israel encouraging residents to enlist in their towns’ local defense squads. Anyone called up under an Order 8 for active duty in a kitat konenut is entitled to a reserve benefit from Israel’s National Insurance Institute.
December 4, 2023

Making Aliyah or Returning to Israel – Maariv Interview with Liat Keisary and Amos E. Rosenzweig

One of the ramifications of the Israel-Hamas war is the growing interest of diaspora Jews and expat Israelis in immigrating to Israel.
In Maariv’s article on the topic, Liat Keisary explains that most new immigrants are coming from countries such as the United States, England, and Australia, driving an increase in demand for the purchase of real estate properties in Israel. In addition, Amos E. Rosenzweig answers questions on the rights of returning residents and new immigrants to Israel.

December 3, 2023

Rights of New Immigrants (Olim) and Returning Israeli Residents

A large number of expat Israelis and diaspora Jews are considering returning or making Aliyah to Israel in the wake of the Israel-Hamas war. These two groups are entitled to a basket of absorption and social security benefits from the Ministry of Immigrant Absorption, the National Insurance Institute, the Israel Tax Authority, and other authorities. It is important for would-be immigrants to be aware of these benefits and to include them in their considerations.

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