Adv. Lavie Tal
Born in Israel, 1971, Married +3.
Israeli and European Citizenship
(1999) LLB from Shaaray Mishpat College, Israel
(2000) BA from Open University, Israel
Member of the Israel Bar Association since November 2001
Law Specializations in Israel:
Chairman of the Disciplinary Committee of the 19 Maccabia Games (The Jewish Olympics) that conducted in Israel during July 2013.
Member of the Court of Arbitration for Sport, Lausanne since 2009 (www.cas-tas.org)
Judge in Israel Appellate Court of the Sports Association since 2007.
Member in the disciplinary court of the Israeli Bar association, Tel Aviv District (2008-2012).
One of the organizers of the Symposium with the Israel Bar Association in memory of the late Judge Shaul Aloni held on May 10, 2010 in Israel and focus on sports law.
One of the organizers of the Symposium in Sport Law with the Israel Bar Association and the organizers of the 19 maccabiah games held in Israel on March 21, 2013.
Head of a delegation of lawyers on behalf of the Israel Association for sport institutions in Switzerland January 2011 (Fifa, Uefa, Fiba, the Ioc, Wada)
Editor of the Israeli chapter of sports law http://www.ielaws.com, The International Encyclopaedia of Sports Law.
Former Chairman of the Handball Referee Association in Israel (2003-2007).
Former athlete and handball player in leading teams and Israel National Teams.
Managing Director and Director of the claims and special risk in Reshef Insurance Agency, Subsidiary of Migdal insurance Company, 2003-2005.
Executive Assistant in a joint venture to establish a joint Jordanian-Israeli industrial park, 1998-1999.
Tort Law, medical malpractice claims, Insurance Law, Inheritance Law, Litigation, Class action, Real Estate, Sport Law, Arbitration, Ethics of lawyers, Locating and finding lost property.
International Law Specialization:
Torts and Insurance, Sport Law, Green Energy, Arbitration, Locating and finding lost property.
Proven experience in leading complex cases in court and in out-of-court proceedings.
Languages: Hebrew and English