The Israeli Advanced Technology Industries (IATI) is the largest umbrella organization representing the high tech and life science industries. With about 600 members our mission is to strengthen the Israeli high tech and life science industries across the whole value chain while creating global, technological and innovational leadership. As the voice of the high-tech, life sciences and advanced technology communities in Israel, the IATI researches, develops and advocates policies and actions that promote all of Israel’s high tech, while increasing awareness of its strengths and innovative abilities worldwide.

Our firm is actively involved in hosting and organizing round table discussions and seminars on subjects of interest to players in the industry, members of the academia, in-house counsel, patent attorneys and the like. Such collaboration is even further reinforced through the activities referred to below.

IATI’s IP Committee, headed by Tal Band, senior partner and the chair of our IP practice group, addresses Intellectual Property issues affecting the technology industries in Israel. Members of this committee are representatives of the industry such as start-ups to multinational companies, leading universities, technology transfer companies, industry legal advisors and expert patent lawyers.

In addition Moti Malca and Amit Steinman, partners in our hi tech practice, are members of the Law & Accounting Firms Committee, which addresses and promotes legal matters of common interest to the industry, such as creating model legal documents for use by start-ups, providing English translations of common legal forms, illuminating the industry’s interests to public authorities such as the Patents Registrar, Companies Registrar, Tax Authority, etc., and providing enrichment programs for entrepreneurs.

To the IATI website click here

The ICC organization was founded in 1919 and has since had the authority to act on behalf of enterprises from all business sectors worldwide. Our Organization takes care of members in more than 130 countries and extensively covers every aspect of the business world. ICC Israel was founded 50 years ago as an autonomous independent entity. It is located at the Chamber of Commerce offices in Tel Aviv.

To the ICC website click here

Mishpatim, the Hebrew University Law Review, is the first and leading law review published by the Faculty of Law at the Hebrew Univeristy and one of the most important academic publications in Israel. The first academic law review in Israel, Mishpatim was first established by retired president of Supreme Court Aharon Barak in 1968. Since its establishment, Mishpatim has published 44 volumes including articles, notes and book reviews authored by a diverse group of legal scholars.

Mishpatim is the only solely student-administered law review in Israel. All articles undergo a thorough peer review process as well as the editorial board’s careful review and editing. Although it is guided by a Board of Directors composed of alumni, faculty, and independent directors, all editorial decisions and content are directed by the Editorial Board and Editors, who are selected through a competitive admissions process from the Faculty classes.

To Mishpatim website click here (Hebrew)

Established in 1965, the Israel-America Chamber of Commerce (AmCham Israel) is a voluntary organization of companies and individuals dedicated to the promotion and enhancement of two-way trade and investment between Israel and the U.S. The U.S. Ambassador to Israel serves as Honorary Chairman of AmCham.

The Israel-Asia Chamber of Commerce was founded in 1984 with the mission to encourage, support, and facilitate trade and business relations between Israel and Asia. The Chamber promotes productive dialogue and mutual cooperation to strengthen ties between the regions.

The Chamber was founded by: The Ministry of Foreign Affairs, The Ministry of Industry, Trade and Labor (Ministry of Economy), The Israel Export and International Cooperation Institute, The Federation of Israeli Chambers of Commerce, and The Kibbutzim’ Industries Association.

At present, the Chamber consists of ten sub-chambers and also includes three desks and five committees.

The Institute for the Advancement of Education in Jaffa (The Jaffa Institute) was established in 1982 as a private, non-profit, multi-service social agency to create a new reality for thousands of underprivileged Israeli children from Jaffa, South Tel Aviv and Bat Yam.

These children live in poverty stricken neighborhoods where the majority of parents and caregivers are unemployed. Physically and emotionally undernourished, these children are too often suffering from neglect and/or abuse. Violence, crime, and poverty are the norm and what these children can expect for their futures, unless intervention is taken.

Each of the Jaffa Institute’s centers offer a holistic therapeutic approach, providing tools to help each child to develop and flourish, while supporting the child’s family and community with a wide range of programs and services.

The Jaffa Institute works closely with Ministry of Welfare officials to target, provide assistance, and assess the progress of those in need within our service areas.