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The Great Parliamentary Debate with Asserson Law Offices at Tel-Aviv Arbitration Week

28th February 2023
28th Floor, Square Tower, Azrieli Center, Derech Menachem Begin Tel Aviv-Yafo

As part of Tel Aviv Arbitration Week 2023, Baruch Baigel and Asserson Law Office’s Arbitration team will recreate the British parliament and debate the merits of the proposed amendments to the Arbitration Act of 1996. Alan Gourgey KC is a guest of Honour.

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