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Lawyers

Adv. David Yadid is a renowned compensation litigator in Israel. In court, Adv. David Yadid presents the arguments of survivors against the Israeli Treasury, on a daily basis.
 
 
Reparations from Germany
 

Reparations from Germany

Our firm specializes in filing claims for compensation for Holocaust survivors. This page contains articles about filing claims for compensation from Germany.
 
 
Rights of Holocaust survivors
 

Rights of Holocaust survivors

Our firm specializes in the rights of Holocaust survivors at the Israel Ministry of Finance according to the Law for needy Holocaust survivors -2007 and the Victims of Nazi Persecution Act 1957.
 
 

David Yadid

Advocate & Notary David Yadid is a law firm specializing in representing holocaust survivors, both Israeli and foreign, and in seeking financial restitution to compensate for their sufferings during WWII.
Advocate & Notary David Yadid law firm has dozens of years of experience. Concentrating his energy and efforts towards helping the less fortunate, Adv. David Yadid amassed a reputation second to none, procuring financial aid for nearly 100,000 holocaust survivors. The aforementioned is being achieved through several funds founded by European governments such as Germany, Austria, Switzerland, and Hungary, disbursing to eligible survivors a 'one-off', as well as monthly compensatory payments. Many survivors have been found eligible to receive in addition, monthly payments from the German Social Security pension fund.
 
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Corporations
 

Corporations

 
Throughout the years, the attorneys of our law firm have acquired experience in representing voluntary associations and companies in various legal proceedings their existence entails, including significant annual events of every company and voluntary association.
 
 
 
Naltzi'k jews
 

Naltzi'k jews

 
During WWII the Germans occupied the northern Caucasus for five months (from mid-1942 to early 1943). The Germans maintained their control of Nalchik, the capital of the autonomic republic of Kabardino- Balkaria of the Russian federation for about two months.
 
 
 
The Late Applicants Fund
 

The Late Applicants Fund

 
The Late Applicants Fund (“LAF”) of approximately 250 million shekels (€50 million) was established for the benefit of the heirs of previous owners of Jewish property in the former East Germany that was confiscated or forcibly sold by the Nazis.