Major international corporations engage Haggai Carmon to internationally search, discover sue and recover debtors worldwide. Currently Haggai Carmon manages operations and legal proceedings in 12 countries (outside the US and Israel.) Legal services in foreign countries are provided by members of FraudNet, a network of law firms specializing in combating fraud, established and managed by the International Chamber of Commerce.
Since 1985, the U.S. Justice Department has retained Haggai Carmon as its attorney to represent U.S. government interests including appearance in civil litigation in Israel, a task he continues to perform, thus far with 100% success rate. Haggai Carmon is also the regular outside legal counsel to the U.S. Embassy in Tel Aviv, (on a retainer with the State Department), to the United Nations Multinational Force and Observers in Sinai, and to the Estonian Embassy in Tel Aviv. Haggai Carmon has successfully represented the European Union in civil litigation in Israel. Haggai Carmon is the Honorary Consul of Estonia in Israel.