Adv. Yonatan Mogle is a partner and heads the firm’s Rosh Pina offices, where the activity is focused on representing commercial banks and mortgage banks, in addition to legal dunning and execution for institutional creditors.
Mr. Mogle has extensive experience in banking, handling all legal proceedings a banking institute may need, including: pecuniary claims, action against guarantors, realization of pledged assets, representing banks in receivership, liquidation and stay of proceedings. The department, lead by Mr. Mogle, represents several of Israel’s leading banks.
Mr. Mogle also specializes in civil and commercial law, including commercial litigation, ongoing representation of commercial companies, commercial agreements, real estate and labor law.
Mr. Mogle has extensive experience conducting legal proceedings before all instances of court in Israel, and also serves as a judge on the disciplinary tribunal of the Northern District of the Israel Bar Association.
Expertise and Practical Experience
Specific expertise and extensive knowledge in administration of large-scale legal dunning and execution systems for institutional clients.
Expertise in representing mortgage banks and realization of real estate properties in the framework of receivership proceedings.
Expertise in representing commercial banks, including receivership proceedings and pecuniary claims brought against the banking institute.
Expertise in representing mortgage banks in various legal proceedings, including: interest for delay claims, realization of pledged real estate assets, and balance claims.
Mr. Mogle represents a number of leading banking institutes: Bank Hapoalim Ltd., Bank Mizrachi-Tefahot Ltd., The First International Bank of Israel Ltd., Mercantile Discount Bank Ltd., Discount Bank Ltd.
Among the clients in Mr. Mogle’s legal dunning and execution practice are: Pelephone Communications, Cal Israel Credit Cards Ltd., Albar Group, Israel Land Authority, Tnuva, Keter Plastic, Bezeq, Misgav Water Company Ltd., and many more commercial and private beneficiaries.
Bachelor of Laws, LL.B. from the College of Management.