Date: February 17th, 2021, 6:30pm – 8pm (Berlin local time)

Dr. iur. Weber will review German Compensation policy as of Luxembourg Accord till our days. We will discuss the preliminary administrative public law branch of Weidergutmachung in the form of the BEG (Bundesentschaedigungsgesetz) through other solutions such as via the Social law and external legal compensation arrangements.

Then we will focus on the 90s, starting with the fall of the wall, signing of the unity agreement to funds established jointly with German Industry and Government, all in order to resolve outstanding compensation issues.

We then take a look into contemporary compensation issues such as in regard to the Ghetto pension law and latest Federal Social Court decision, and relevant compensation questions.

Dr. iur. Avraham Weber, LL.M, is a lawyer at Weber & Co. specializing in German and European law. Since 2008 he is the consultant to the Ministry for Senior Citizens chartered by the Israeli government to negotiate with foreign governments for restitution of property and Jewish rights. Due to his academic studies in Germany followed by a work experience at the German Bundestag, Dr. Weber holds good contacts and knowledge of both Israeli and German Political, Academical and Economical circles. As of 2005 he is a board member of the Israeli German chamber of commerce (IHK) and as of 2010 is a member founder of the Czech Israeli chamber of commerce. In 2012 he was appointed by the Tel Aviv Bar association to chair the Czech-Tel Aviv lawyers’ friendship association. As of August 2020 he is a member of the board of EVZ fund. Dr. iur. Avraham Weber is also an external lecturer at Giessen University.

Our event will be held online and in English.