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Internet law and internet defamation specialist Yair Cohen former owner of Bains Cohen Solicitors (now called Pinder Reaux)  set up the first UK dedicated Internet Law department in September 2009, and in March decided to set up the first UK Internet Law specialist consultancy company, Internet Law Experts Ltd which is dedicated to successfully solving internet reputation issues and other internet law related matters within an optimised legal and technical environment. Yair Cohen, who was a commander in the Israeli army before becoming a lawyer in the UK is a great believer in strategic thinking and in forward planning. He has extensive commercial experience through his own companies as well as through his advisory role to many of his clients.

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