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Tax Law

The taxation team of our firm operates under the professional management of Dr. M. Druker & Co., founded in 1964 by advocate and accountant Dr. Moshe Druker, specialize in tax laws, commercial law and real estate law.

The firm Dr. M. Druker & Co. enjoys a prominent position as a leading law office in Israel in the area of taxation law, and is renowned in the legal and business community and tax authorities as a unique, “boutique” firm, offering professional and creative solutions to a broad variety of tax-related issues, both civil and criminal, while placing emphasis on a careful and responsible approach required under tax laws.

The firm’s particular areas of expertise within the field of tax law focus on such matters as income tax, international taxation, value added tax, real estate taxation, municipal taxation, Hi-Tech taxation, taxation of non-profit organizations (e.g. public associations and institutions), tax-related offences and money laundering.

Dr. Moshe Druker’s years-long experience and widespread professional activity in the world of taxation are well reflected in the legal services that the firm’s team provides.

The firm’s work in the field of international taxation is headed by Adv. Joshua Sherman, formerly the Director of the International Tax Department of the Income Tax Commission (currently the IRA), participated in tax treaty negotiations between Israel and over 25 other countries. Adv. Joshua Sherman also represented the IRA in procedures involving foreign tax authorities where legal disputes arose regarding the scope of taxation rights in Israel and abroad, was a member of the Israeli delegation to OECD in matters of e-commerce, served in the “Rabinowitz” committee on international taxation reform, and represented the state of Israel in negotiations with the Palestinian Authority on matters of taxation. As a result of those negotiations two major agreements were singed between the state of Israel and the Palestinian Authority on matters of taxation.

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