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Michael Bavly
 
Michael holds a B.A (with highest honors) from Brandeis University (’00), and a J.D from Suffolk University Law School (’03), in Boston, Massachusetts, USA. He is a member of the Massachusetts bar since 2004. During his 8 year stay in the US, Michael gained extensive experience in conflict resolution, alternative dispute resolution, and various aspects of international law, including the public and the private sector.

Upon returning to Israel and settling in Haifa in March 2005, Michael joined the law office of Goldsobel & Kirshen, where he handled technology and hi-tech law, including technology transfer, confidentiality and research agreements, as well as relevant corporate work. After his admission to the Israel Bar in 2006, Michael worked as a solo practitioner on various Civil Rights issues with particular focus on the negligent treatment of Israeli citizens by the Israeli government during the 2006 summer war. Under the auspices of the Concord Institute for the Research of International Law in Israel, Michael was the lead author of “Citizens on the Frontlines” – an investigative report commissioned by Shatil organization detailing the Israeli government’s failures during that war.

Michael joined Glusman, Chowers, Broid in September 2007. His practice areas include: international commercial transactions, including joint ventures, distribution and agency agreements, licensing agreements, design, development, manufacturing and supply agreements in the areas of hi-tech, bio-tech, military related industries, start-ups, and other areas of general commerce, contract, and corporate law, as well as general US Immigration Law. Michael maintains his interests and involvement in civil right and international law by consulting various NGO’s engaged in policy and social change.

Email: mbavly@glusman.co.il


 
Education:
B.A (with highest honors) from Brandeis University (’00), and a J.D from Suffolk University Law School (’03), in Boston, Massachusetts, USA.


Admitted :
2004 (Massachusetts bar); 2006 (Israel).

Languages: 
Hebrew, English, and Arabic.