Jewish National Fund-USA
Lawyers for Israel Lecture Series

Join like-minded legal professionals for an exclusive and informative lecture series.

Lawyers for Israel


Wednesday, August 25, 2021

8:00 - 9:00 am ET AND 8:00 - 9:00 am PT


Twice Abused:

The Struggle for Reparations for Hungarian Survivors of Auschwitz 
and the Holocaust in the US Supreme Court



Chuck Fax, Chair of Class Action Litigation and False Claims Act Litigation Practices
Rifkin Weiner Livingston LLC


CLE Attendance Certificate Provided to all Attendees


Registrants will receive key litigation documents in advance of the presentation.


Chuck Fax

Chair of Class Action Litigation and False Claims Act Litigation Practices
at Rifkin Weiner Livingston LLC


Chuck Fax is the co-lead counsel of the litigation team handling the long-running battle for justice for Hungarian victims of the Holocaust in Simon v. Republic of Hungary. He will discuss the case’s journey to the US Supreme Court, the recent decision by the High Court, the future of the litigation, the key procedural and substantive issues presented and the implications of the case for similar on-going reparation litigation.


Mr. Fax is a leading civil litigator, author and adjunct professor of law. He is a JNF vice-president, long-time major donor, speaker and has held numerous leadership posts for the organization.

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For more information, contact Deb Rochford at [email protected] or 480.447.8100 x980