About Zvi Feferberg, Advocate & Notary

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About Zvi Feferberg, Advocate & Notary

Professional details:

Zvi Feferberg graduated with a LLB degree from the The University of Tel-Aviv, Faculty of Law in 1996. He was further authorized as a Legal Mediator by the Center of Commercial Law at Bar-Ilan University.

The Israeli Ministry of Justice has certified Mr. Feferberg as a Certified Notary, including English-Hebrew translations, and assists clients to apply for an apostile for the verification of legal documents.

Mr. Feferberg began his career as an apprentice at the Law Offices of Michael Badnani, where he worked in civil and commercial law, as well as torts, insurance law, and a variety of other fields of law.

Over the years Mr. Feferberg has gained legal experience in various legal fields such as: real estate, banking law, trust and estate law, debt collection, judgment execution, family law and corporate law and was appointed as a company liquidator as well as a court appointed receiver.

Mr. Feferberg was an equity partner at the Law Offices of Berner & Co. for several years.

Today Mr. Feferberg is primarily involved in international debt collection (both in Israel and abroad), civil and commercial court litigation, family and inheritance law, land and other property matters, international computer and technology law, as well as Maritime Law (Admiralty Law) and representation of ship""s creditors (suppliers, sailors etc.), advising upon property transactions within Israel, and international transactions relating to oil/energy products, and real estate transactions and investments including mortgages in the Unites States, and U.S. visa and green card applications .

Mr. Feferberg has been recognized and appointed as an arbitrator in commercial and civil disputes, including real estate and land law matters. and is aActive arbitrator and mediator in the The Israeli Institute of Commercial Arbitration (IICA) – by the Federation of Israeli Chambers of Commerce and the Arbitration Institute of the Israeli Bar association

Mr. Feferberg has given lectures and written articles on computer law and internet applications for lawyers and legal research.

Mr. Feferberg serves as a member of the inheritance & Estate laws Board and the Computer""s law Board for the Israeli Bar.

Personal Details:

Born in Tel Aviv Israel in 1970 and grew up in Holon.

Graduated from Handesaim (practical engineers) High School of the Tel Aviv University majoring in Mathematics-Physics-Technology.

Recruited to the IDF for military service in 1988, authorized as a telecommunication and computer technician and served as a member of a Tactical Computer and Data Communication Army Project development team.

Was awarded a decoration of excellence by both the IDF""s Computer & Signaling Core and the Field Corps Headquarters.

 **For article published in the Slovenia newspaper DNEVNIK (reporter: Mr. Peter Lovšin)   (4/4/2014) please press here (article in the Slovenian language).**

**For article published in Israel Today newspaper (24/2/2013) please press here (see page 35).**

**For article published in  Calcalist newspaper (20/4/2011) please press here.**

**For article published in  Calcalist newspaper (11/4/2011) please press here.**

**For article published in MAARIV newspaper and NRG.co.il (9/2/2011) please press here.**

**For TheMarker business newspaper (30/12/2009) article please press here.**

**For article in Profile (Makor Rishon newspaper and NEWS1 Website) (27/2/2009) please press here.**

**For Haaretz daily newspaper (23/10/2007) article please press here.**

**For Yediot Ahronot daily newspaper (23/10/2003) article please press here.**

**For TheMarker business newspaper (9/3/2006) article please press here.**

**For the book: "Computer Negligence & Professional Malpractice" / Zvi Feferberg (1997) please press here.**

**For a lecture about International Collection (Hebrew) please press here.**

**For a lecture about legal guardianship for disabled adults (Hebrew) please press here** 

**For an alternative wedding ceremony conducted by Zvi Feferberg (Hebrew) please press here.**

 


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