Midwest law firm Honigman has hired five U.S. lawyers for Israeli subsidiary.

Honigman said that Lawyers working for Israel will be paid based on firm's U.S. pay scale

Honigman has set up this subsidiary in Israel to attract U.S. transactional attorneys who want to relocate there.

Offer for whom who want relocate there but continue to work on U.S. legal matters.

Honigman, which has 330 lawyers, recruited five more attorneys for the Israeli unit.

firm's other office openings in Chicago and Washington, D.C and they are recruiting for this too.

Honigman's first year associates earn $205,000.

One thing is clear that Honigman lawyers in Israel, who have U.S. licensed, won't do any work under Israeli law.