Raz Tepper and Eran Yaniv, co-heads of FBC's Hi-Tech Department, discuss what they hope GLH will bring to the Israeli legal market and their desire to see lawyers embrace technology.
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Mr. Tepper is co-head of FBC’s Hi-Tech Department and a partner in the firm’s Corporate Department. Mr. Tepper has...
Mr. Yaniv is co-head of FBC’s Hi-Tech Department and a partner in the firm’s Corporate Department, and acts for...
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From Global Legal Hackathon 2019 in Tel Aviv, Israel, On The Road host Cori Goudchaux talks to Raz Tepper and Eran Yaniv, co-heads of Fischer Behar Chen’s Hi-Tech Department and a partner in the firm’s Corporate Department. They discuss what they hope GLH will bring to the Israeli legal market and their desire to see lawyers embrace technology. They talk about FBC & Co’s uniquely diverse personnel, which is over fifty percent women lawyers — an unusual percentage in the legal world, and how the firm has adopted technology to improve efficiency and offer better services to clients.
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