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DRAFT 8205

     תנשל תננכותמ תוליעפו ח"סשת םידומילה תנשל הלגצ ש"ע לע-זכרמ תוליעפ ח"וד

     ט"סשת םידומילה

     ינשה קלחב .ח"סשת םידומילה תנשב זכרמה לש תויליעפה טוריפ ללוכ ןושארה קלחה .םיקלח ינש הז ח"ודל

     .ט"סשת םידומילה תנשל תוננכותמ תויוליעפ תוטרופמ

     ח"סשת םידומילה תנשב ומייקתהש תויוליעפ .I

     םימואלניב םיסנכ ינש ומייקתה וז הנש תרגסמב .הלגצ זכרמב יתאוושהה טפשמה תנש התיה ח"סשת תנש

     םיסנכ ינשל ףסונב תאזו( תונוש תויווזמ יתאוושה טפשמ לש תולאשב וקסעש תימואלניב רקחמ תנדסו

     םה םיתאוושהה םיסנכה תשולש .)קהבומב םיתאוושה םניאש םימוחתב ומייקתהשש םירחא םיימואלניבLegal Transplants: A Comparative ,)2008 ץרמ( Convergence and Divergence of Law:

    Comparative Persectives on Tax Law אשונב רקחמ תנדס ןכו )2008 ינוי( Historical Analysis

     .)2008 טסוגוא( and Culture

     הנשה וסיוגש םיפסכמ האולמב טעמכ הנמומ זכרמה לש הפנעה תימואלניבה םיסנכה תוליעפה יכ ןייצל יואר

     םימדקתמ םידומילל ןוכמה ,)'ץיר קרמ ןרק( ביבא לתב םימדקתמ םידומילל ןוכמה :םיטטלוקפ-ץוח תורוקממ

     הטלוקפהו ביבא לתב האופרל הטלוקפה ,םיעדמל תימואלה ןרקה ,תואירב תוינידמל ימואלה ןוכמה ,םילשוריב

     .ןליא רבב םיטפשמל

     : TIL תעה בתכב םסרפתהל םידיתעה םיימואלניב םיסנכ .א

     Community and Property אשונב סנכ .1.א

     .ןליא רב תטיסרבינוא לש םיטפשמל הטלוקפה ןיבו זכרמה ןיב ףותישב להונו ןמומ סנכה

     )ןליא רב( יקסבומוחרפ ןועדגו רוש דוד :םינגראמ

     2008 ראוני 4 2 :ךיראת

     :סנכה תינכות ןלהל

    WEDNESDAY, JANUARY 2, 2008 BAR-ILAN UNIVERSITY

09:30 09:30

    Arie Reich, Dean of the Faculty of Law, Bar Ilan University GREETINGS: GREETINGS:

    09:50-11:00 09:50-11:00

    David Schorr, Tel-Aviv University Faculty of Law

    Who Said Blackstone Was A Blackstonian? Comment: Roy Kreitner, Tel-Aviv University Faculty of Law

     11:00-11:15 COFFEE BREAK 11:00-11:15 COFFEE BREAK

    11:15-13:35 11:15-13:35

    Abraham Bell, Bar Ilan University Faculty of Law and Fordham Law School

    Gideon Parchomovsky, Bar Ilan University Faculty of Law and University of

    Pennsylvania Law School

    The Devolution of Private Property

    Comment: Jacob Nussim, Bar-Ilan University Faculty of Law

Amnon Lehavi, Interdisciplinary Center Herzliya, Radzyner School of Law

    How Property Can Create, Maintain, or Destroy Community

    1

    Comment: Yishai Blank, Tel-Aviv University Faculty of Law 13:35-14:30 LUNCH 13:35-14:30 LUNCH

     14:30-15:40 14:30-15:40

    Gregory Alexander, Cornell Law School

    Eduardo M. Peñalver, Cornell Law School

    The Properties of Community

    Comment: Jose Brunner, Tel-Aviv University Faculty of Law

15:40-16:00 COFFEE BREAK 15:40-16:00 COFFEE BREAK

    16:00-17:10 16:00-17:10

    James E. Penner, King's College, London

    Property, Distributive Justice, and Community

    Comment: Yitzhak Benbaji, Bar-Ilan University Faculty of Law

    THURSDAY, JANUARY 3, 2008 TEL AVIV UNIVERSITY

09:30 09:30

     Hanoch Dagan, Dean of the Buchmann Faculty of Law, Tel Aviv UniversityGREETINGS: GREETINGS:

     09:50-11:0009:50-11:00

    Joshua Getzler, University of Oxford Faculty of Law Community, Property and the Concept of the Fund Comment: Ron Harris, Tel Aviv University Faculty of Law

     11:00-11:15 COFFEE BREAK 11:00-11:15 COFFEE BREAK

     11:15-13:3511:15-13:35

    Stephen R. Munzer, UCLA Law School

    Commons and Community in Biotechnological Assets Comment: Assaf Yaakov, Interdisciplinary Center Herzliya, Radzyner School of Law

Avital Margalit, Bar Ilan University Faculty of Law

    Fans and their Football Clubs: On Property as Belonging Comment: Amir Ben-Porat, Ben-Gurion University Department of Behavioral Sciences

13:35-15:00 LUNCH 13:35-15:00 LUNCH

     15:00-16:1015:00-16:10

    Alberto Musy, Università Del Piemonte Orientale Playing With Political Transaction Costs: National Infrastructure Projects and Local Communities

    Comment: Ofer Grosskopf, Tel-Aviv University Faculty of Law

     16:10-16:25 COFFEE BREAK 16:10-16:25 COFFEE BREAK

    16:25-17:35 16:25-17:35

    Jeremy Waldron, NYU Law school

    Community and Property for Those Who Have Neither Comment: Neta Ziv, Tel-Aviv University Faculty of Law

    2

17:35-18:30 17:35-18:30

    GENERAL DISCUSSION AND CONCLUDING REMARKS GENERAL DISCUSSION AND CONCLUDING REMARKS

    Assaf Likhovski, Director of the Cegla Center, the Buchmann Faculty of Law, Tel Aviv Assaf Likhovski,

    University

     Legal Transplants: A Comparative Historical Analysis אשונב סנכ .2.א

     לע ואולמב ןמומו תירבעה הטיסרבינואב םימדקתמ םידומילל ןוכמב אשונב רקחמ תצובק תרגסמב ךרענ סנכה

     .גרבדלוג הלואפ ןרקו םימדקתמ םידומילל ןוכמה ידי

     יקסבוחל ףסאו סירח ןור :םינגראמ

     2008 ינוי 13 11 :ךיראת

     :סנכה תינכות ןלהל

    Wednesday, June 11, 2008

    Institute for Advanced Studies of Jerusalem, Givat Ram, Room 115

0900-1000

    The Transplantation of British Company Law in Post-Ottoman Palestine

    Ron Harris (with Michael Crystal), Tel Aviv

    Comment: David Schorr, Tel Aviv

1000-1100

    Argonauts of the Eastern Mediterranean: Legal Transplants and Signaling

    Assaf Likhovski, Tel Aviv

    Comment: Ariel Porat, Tel Aviv

1100-1130

    Coffee-Break

1130-1230

    From Divine Providence to the Rock of Israel: Two Declarations of Independence

    Yoram Shachar, Interdisciplinary Center Herzliya

    Comment: Orit Rozin, Tel Aviv

1230-1330

    Transplants and Timing: Passages in the Creation of an Anglo-American Law of Slavery

    Christopher Tomlins, American Bar Foundation

    Comment: Eran Shalev, Haifa

1330-1345

    Greetings: Eliezer Rabinovici, Director of the Institute for Advanced Study of Jerusalem

1345-1530

    Lunch

1530-1630

    3

    American Moments: Toward a History of American Influence on Israeli legal Education Pnina Lahav, Boston

    Comment: Celia Fassberg, Hebrew University

1630-1730

    Is Anglo-American Law Common or Comparative? A Study in the Transplant of Equitable Doctrine.

    Joshua Getzler, Oxford

    Comment: Richard Ross, Illinois

Thursday, June 12, 2008

    Institute for Advanced Studies of Jerusalem, Givat Ram, Room 115

0900-1000

    Deciding Against Conciliation: The Nineteenth-Century Rejection of a European Transplant and the Rise of a Distinctively American Ideal of Adversarial Adjudication Amalia D. Kessler, Stanford

    Comment: Issi Rozen-Zvi, Tel Aviv

1000-1100

    Constitutional Transplants

    Morton J. Horwitz, Harvard

    Comment: William J. Novak, Chicago

1100-1130

    Coffee Break

1130-1230

    The British, Indian and Pakistani Sources of the Israeli Absentee Property Act of 1950.

    Alexandre (Sandy) Kedar, Haifa

    Comment: Adam Hofri, Hebrew University

1230-1330

    The Invention of Legal Primitivism

    Steven Wilf, Connecticut

    Comment: Roy Kreitner, Tel Aviv

1330-1530

    Lunch

1530-1630

    Race, Marriage and Sovereignty in the New World Order

    Jane Dailey, Chicago

    Comment: Eyal Benvenisti, Tel Aviv

1630-1730

    4

The Concept of Law: A Western Transplant

    Jean-Louis Halperin, ENS, Paris

    Comment: Arye Edrei, Tel Aviv

Friday, June 13, 2008

    Tel Aviv University Faculty of Law, Room 307

0930-0945

    Greetings: Hanoch Dagan, Dean, Tel Aviv University Faculty of Law

0945-1045

    Foreign Law between "Grand Hazard" and Great Irritation: The Bulgarian Experience

    after 1878

    Jani Kirov, Max Planck Institute, Frankfurt

    Comment: Avi Rubin, Ben-Gurion University

1045-1145

    Legal Transplants and the Frontiers of Legal Knowledge

    Michele Graziadei, Piemonte Orientale.

    Comment: Nir Kedar, Bar Ilan University

1145-1215

    Coffee-Break

1215-1315

    The "Transformative Constitution": Treatment Action Campaign and the Politics of

    Social Rights in South Africa

    William Forbath, Texas

    Barak Medina, Hebrew University

1315-1330 Concluding remarks

     זכרמה ןגראש םירחא םיימואלניב םיסנכ .ב

     Medical Accidents and Patient Safety in Israel: אשונב סנכ .1.ב

     Legal and Interdisciplinary Perspectives

     האופר הטלוקפהו רהופ ןלא ש"ע הרדתקה ,תואירב תוינידמל ימואלה ןוכמה ידי לע ואולמב טעמכ ןמומ סנכה

     .ביבא לת

     )ןרטסו'תרונ( םהרבא ןנורו תרופ לאירא :םינגראמ

     2008 יאמ 5 4 :ךיראת

     : סנכה תינכות ןלהל

    SUNDAY, MAY 4, 2008

    09:00 09:00

    GREETINGS: GREETINGS:

    Hanoch Dagan, Dean of the Buchmann Faculty of Law, Tel Aviv University

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     Chairman of the Board of the NIHPShlomo Mor-Yosef,

     PATIENT SAFETY & HUMAN COGNITION I PATIENT SAFETY & HUMAN COGNITION I

     09:15- 11:00 09:15- 11:00

    Richard Cook, University of Chicago

    Medical Event Data Collection and Analysis Towards an NTSB for Healthcare

    Comment: Michal Gindey, Head of Risk Management, Maccabi Health Care

    Yoel Donchin, Hadassah Hebrew University Medical Center To Err Is Human Or Hammurabi Revisited

    Comment: Shlomo Mor-Yosef, Chairman of the Board of the NIHP

    11:00-12:00 COFFEE BREAK 11:00-12:00 COFFEE BREAK MODIFICATIONS AND IMPROVEMENTS TO THE EXISTING REGIMES I MODIFICATIONS AND IMPROVEMENTS TO THE EXISTING REGIMES I

     12:00-13:3012:00-13:30

    Jacob Seagull, University of Maryland

    Video as a Patient Safety Tool: A Key To Knowledge, Motivation And Safe Practice

    Comment: Amitai Ziv, The Chaim Sheba Medical Center

    David Hyman, University of Illinois College of Law

    Medical Malpractice Litigation In A Pay-For-Performance World

    Comment: Avi Bell, Bar Ilan University, Law and Fordham Law School

13:30-15:30 LUNCH 13:30-15:30 LUNCH

    MODIFICATIONS AND IMPROVEMENTS TO THE EXISTING REGIMES II MODIFICATIONS AND IMPROVEMENTS TO THE EXISTING REGIMES II

     15:30-17:1515:30-17:

Assaf Jacob, Interdisciplinary Center Herzliya

    The limits Of Informed Consent

    Comment: Offer Kaplan, Tel Aviv University, Medicine

Michelle Mellow, Harvard School of Public Health

    The Medical Liability System And Economic Incentives For Patient Safety

    Improvement

    Comment: Omri Yadlin, Tel Aviv University, Law

    17:15-17:30 COFFEE BREAK 17:15-17:30 COFFEE BREAK

17:30-18:30 17:30-18:30

    Ariel Porat, Tel Aviv University, Law

    Liability For Lapses, First Or Second Order Negligence? Comment: Noam Sher, Interdisciplinary Center Herzliya

    MONDAY, MAY 5, 2008

     PATIENT SAFETY & HUMAN COGNITION II PATIENT SAFETY & HUMAN COGNITION II

     09:00-10:4509:00-10:45

    Alastair Scotland, National Clinical Assessment Service, U.K

    6

Swiss Cheese Or Swiss Clock?

     Joachim Meyer, Ben Gurion University, Department of Industrial Comment:

    Engineering and Management

Daniel Gopher, Technion, Faculty of Industrial Engineering and Management

    Who Is To Blame And Who Is Responsible? Patient Safety, The Human Factors

    Viewpoint

    Comment: Yossi Shub, PHD, Tel Aviv University 10:45-11:00 COFFEE BREAK 10:45-11:00 COFFEE BREAK

11:00-12:00 11:00-12:00

    Ronen Avraham, Northwestern University School of Law

    Private Regulation

    Comment: Benjamin Shmueli, Shaarei Mishpat College

12:00-12:1512:00-12:15 COFFEE BREAK COFFEE BREAK

     ALTERNATIVE LEGAL REGIMESALTERNATIVE LEGAL REGIMES

     12:15-13:0012:15-13:00

    Marie Bismark, Buddle Findlay, New Zealand No-Fault Compensation In New Zealand

    Comment: Gil Siegal, Center for Health Law & Bioethics, OAC, Israel

    13:00-15:00 LUNCH 13:00-15:00 LUNCH

     15:00-16:4515:00-16:45

    Martin Erichsen, Danish Patient Insurance Association

    No Blame Compensation - “The Nordic Way” Comment: Avraham Sahar, The Chaim Sheba Medical Center

    Neal Graham, Imperial College London Medical Accidents And The Legal Process In England: Progress Over The Last 30

    Years

    Comment: Daniel More, Tel-Aviv University, Law

16:45-17:0016:45-17:00 COFFEE BREAK COFFEE BREAK

17:00-17:45 17:00-17:45

    David Studdert, University of Melbourne Health Courts, Administrative Compensation, And Patient Safety

    Comment: David Schorr, Tel Aviv University, Law

17:45-18:00 17:45-18:00

     CONCLUDING REMARKS CONCLUDING REMARKS

    Ronen Avraham , Northwestern University School of Law

     Convergence and Divergence of Law: German and Israeli אשונב סנכ .2.ב

     Perspectives

     גרבדלוג הלואפ ןרק ידי לע ובורב ןמומ סנכה

     )גרובמה ,קנלפ סקמ ןוכמ( Jürgen Basedow - ו רנטירק יעור :םינגראמ

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     :סנכה תינכות ןהל

    Monday, March 24, 2008

09:00 Greetings 09:00 Greetings

    Hanoch Dagan, Dean of the Buchmann Faculty of Law, Tel Aviv University

    Jürgen Basedow, Max Planck Institute, Hamburg Kurt Siehr, Max Planck Institute, Hamburg

09:15-11:15 Convergence and Transplantation in the Corporate Context 09:15-11:15 Convergence and Transplantation in the Corporate Context

    Ron Harris, Tel Aviv University

    The Institutional Dynamics of Early Modern Eurasian Trade: The Corporation and

    the Commenda

    Klaus Hopt, Max Planck Institute, Hamburg Obstacles to Corporate Restructuring Observations from a European and German Perspective

Jan von Hein, University of Trier

    The Role of Judges in Legal Ttransplantation: Recent Examples from German

    Corporate and Securities Litigation

    Comment: Sharon Hannes, Tel-Aviv University 11:15-11:30 Coffee Break 11:15-11:30 Coffee Break

    11:30 - 13:00 Converging on Informality 11:30 - 13:00 Converging on Informality Eyal Benvenisti, Tel-Aviv University

    Informal International Law

Michael Birnhack, Tel-Aviv University

    Soft Legal Globalization: The Case of the EU Data Protection Directive

    Comment: Guy Mundlak, Tel-Aviv University

13:00-15:00 Lunch 13:00-15:00 Lunch

    15:00-16:30 Converging Competition Policy 15:00-16:30 Converging Competition Policy Jürgen Basedow, Max Planck Institute, Hamburg The Private Attorney General on Both Sides of the Atlantic: Towards the Private

    Enforcement of EC Competition Law

    Reinhard Ellger, Max Planck Institute, Hamburg Some Recent Developments in EC-Competition Law

    Comment: David Gilo, Tel-Aviv University

    Tuesday, March 25, 2008

09:00-11:00 Institutional Comparisons of Decentralized Law Making 09:00-11:00 Institutional Comparisons of DecentralizedLaw Making

    8

Daphne Barak-Erez, Tel Aviv University

    The Institutional Aspects of Comparative Law

    Hermann Pünder, Bucerius Law School, Hamburg

    Democratic Legitimation of Delegated Legislation A Comparative Lawyers’

    Perspective

Yishai Blank, Tel Aviv University

    Convergence, Divergence and the Conundrum of Contemporary Decentralization

    Comment: Hanoch Dagan, Tel Aviv University

    11:00-11:15 Coffee Break 11:00-11:15 Coffee Break

11:15-12:45 Non-State Provision of Law and Justice 11:15-12:45 Non-State Provision of Law and Justice

    Rainer Kulms, Max Planck Institute

    Privatizing Civil Justice Is There a US Lesson to be Learned by German Courts?

    Talia Fisher, Tel Aviv University

    Law as a Network Industry

    Comment: Issi Rosen-Zvi, Tel Aviv University

    13:00-15:00 Lunch 13:00-15:00 Lunch

15:00-16:30 National Law in Global Context 15:00-16:30 National Law in Global Context

    Yoram Margalioth, Tel Aviv University

    China’s Tax Law

    Assaf Likhovski, Tel Aviv University

    Argonauts of the Eastern Mediterranean: Legal Transplants and Signaling Argonauts of the Eastern Mediterranean: Legal Transplants and SignalingComment: Tsilly Dagan, Bar Ilan University

     Comparative Persectives on Tax Law and Culture אשונב תימואלניב הנדס 3.ב

     .)ביבא לתב םימדקתמ םידומילל ןוכמה( ץיר קרמ ןרקו םיעדמל תימואלה ןרקה ידי לע האולמב הנמומ הנדסה

     .יקסבוחל ףסא ,)שנומ( רבירק קיר ,)ןליא רב( ןגד יליצ ,תוילגרמ םרוי :םינגראמ

     2008 טסוגוא 20 18 :ךיראת

     :הנדסה תינכות ןלהלMonday, August 18, 2008: New Directions in Comparative Law and Culture 09:00 11:00 New Approaches to Comparative Law

    Moderator: Amir N. Licht, IDC, Herzliya

11:00 11:30 Coffee Break

11:30-13:30 Comparative History of Law

    Moderator: Ron Harris, Tel Aviv University

13:30 15:30 Lunch

15:30-17:30

    Law and Culture

    Moderator: Avital Margalit, Bar Ilan University

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Tuesday, August 19, 2008: Toward a New Comparative Tax Law Scholarship

    09:00 11:00 Comparative Tax Law

    Moderator: Michael Livingston, Rutgers University

11:00 11:30 Coffee Break

11:30 13:30 Political Science and the Comparative Study of Tax Legislation

    Moderator: Kathryn James, Monash University

13:30 15:30 Lunch

15:30-17:30 Critical Tax Theory

    Moderator: Marjorie Kornhauser, Arizona State University

Wednesday, August 20, 2008: Presentations of the Research Projects

    09:00 10:00 Comparative Taxation of the Family

    Chair: Daphna Hacker, Tel Aviv University

    Wedded to the Joint Return: The Persistence of the Married Couple in the

    American Income Tax

    Marjorie E. Kornhauser, Arizona State University

    Family Relationships and the Income Tax in Comparative Perspective

    David Duff, University of Toronto

    The Business-Personal Distinction: A Comparative Study

    Tsilly Dagan, Bar Ilan University

10:00 10:15 Coffee Break

10:15 11:15 Comparative Taxation in Asia

    Chair: Rifat Azam, Gornitzky & Co.

    The Mountains are High and the Emperor is Far Away

    Richard Cullen, Hong Kong University

    Western Tax Norms in China: A Dynamic Cultural Inquiry

    Jinyan Li, York University

    From Mumbai to Shanghai, With a Side Trip to Hong Kong: China, India, and the

    Future of Progressive Taxation in an Asian-Led World"

    Michael Livingston, Rutgers University

11:15 11:30 Coffee Break

11:30 12:30 Convergence and Divergence of Tax Law

    Chair: Sagit Leviner

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