Abigail Borowitz, Adam Eytan, Adar Bengom (Ortal), Adina Shapiro, Alan Sacks, Alon Lederman, Amir Peres
Amir Seraya, Anthony Leibler, Ariel Flavian, Ariel Yosefi, Asaf Nahum, Asher Dovev, Assaf Klein, Aviram Hazak
Avital Agami-Shlomovich, Aviv Parienty, Ayelet Regavim-Kahanov, Ben Kanter, Chagai Vered, Chen Luzzatto
Chen Moyal, Dan Sharot, Dana Kashi, Dana Zur-Neumann, Daniel Lipman Lowbeer, Daniel Reisner, David Zailer
Efrat Tzur, Efri Berkovich, Ehab Farah, Ehud Sol, Eitan Ella, Eldad Chamam, Eran Wagner, Esther Sternbach
Eyal Bar-Zvi, Gal Eschet, Gal Schwartz, Galia Kleinman, Gil White, Gilad Majerowicz, Gilad Neeman, Gilad Wekselman, Guy Katz, Haim Machluf, Hanan Haviv, Hanna Bilavsky, Harriet Finn, Haya Ehrman, Hen Tirosh
Ido Manor, Ifat Pagis-Gelman, Ilanit Landesman-Yogev, Iris Achmon, Iris Weinberger, Israel (Ruly) Ber
Itai Sarfaty, Itay Lavi, , Itzhak Shragay, Janet Levy Pahima, Jenia Melkhior, Joseph Ashkenazi, Karen Elburg-Rimon
Keren Porter-Geffen, Lev Zigman, Liat Maidler, Liat Shaked-Katz, Limor Hodir, Limor Lerner-Schechter, Liran Barak
Maayan Hammer-Zeelon, Maor Roth, Mark Goldman, Mark Phillips, Meir Linzen, Michal Caspi, Michal Haberfeld
Michal Lavi, Moran Yemini, Moria Tam-Harshoshanim, Moshe Hardi, Moshe Yaacov, Natalie Jacobs, Natan Wiesenberg, Nati Simchony, Neil Wilkof, Neta Dorfman-Raviv, Nimrod Kozlovski, Nir Dash, Nir Gal, Nir Miller
Nir Raber, Niv Sivan, Nurit Dagan, Odelia Offer, Ofer Granot, Ofir Segev, Ohad Elkeslassy, Orit Hipsher
Orli Gal, Orly Gerbi, Ory Nacht, Raanan Sagi, Racheli Pery-Reichman, Rafael Herbst, Ran Hai, Ran Kedem
Reut Alcalay, Revital Katz, Roi Hayun, Ron Ben-Menachem, Ronen Hausirer, Roni Cohen-Pavon, Roni Libster
Roy Nachimzon, Ruth Dagan, Saar Pauker, Seffy (Yosef) Zinger, Shachar Porat, Shai Kagan, Sharon Petel
Shira Margalit-Elbaz, Tal Dror-Schwimmer, Tal Hamdi, Talya Solomon, Tamara Tapoohi-Waldman, Tomer Farkash
Tsouriel Picard, Tuvia Erlich, Tzvika Bernstein, Uriel Mozes, Vladi Borodovsky, Yaakov Brandt, Yaakov Sharvit
Yael (Neeman) Bar-Shai, Yael Chervinsky-Eden, Yael Hauser, Yair Geva, Yaniv Dinovitch, Yehoshua Shohat Gurtler
Yoni Frider, Yotam Blaushild, Yuval Meidar, Yuval Navot, Yuval Zilber, Zara Gold, Zohar Yahalom
The size of the firm and the diversity of its practice, comprising over 50 practice areas staffed with specialist lawyers, enable HFN to provide its clients with a comprehensive and integrated solution for all legal matters relevant to their business. The quality of HFN’s work, its commitment to excellence and its understanding of the Israeli and global legal environment, has earned the firm a reputation for providing exceptional legal service.
More to Offer
Herzog Fox & Neeman maintains its reputation as the premier legal practice in Israel by virtue of our continued involvement in all high-profile developments in the Israeli marketplace. We are constantly evolving to meet our clients’ ever-changing demands. Our leading position in the Israeli legal marketplace is confirmed by our prominent ranking in the major legal guides.
In a crowded legal market, HFN distinguishes itself by providing dedicated and dynamic service to prominent multinational and domestic companies. Our clients come to us for our forward thinking, global perspective and commitment to excellence – core values that enable us to provide legal services at the highest level of international standards. With over 40 years of unrivaled experience in cross-border and domestic matters, HFN’s lawyers serve as trusted advisors for our clients on a wide variety of legal issues across all industries. We are proud to be the first choice in Israel for legal counsel and will continuously endeavor to offer our clients “more”.
More Recognition and Awards
HFN has received top-tier rankings from prominent international and domestic rankings guides for consecutive years, in almost all major practice areas. HFN is regarded as the market leader by clients, competitors and legal directories alike, making us the most highly-rated law firm overall in Israel, with more partners recognised as leading practitioners than any other firm.
In keeping with the global legal trend toward industry-focused practices, HFN continues to lead the way in Israel by recognising the need for specialist practice areas that deliver comprehensive results at the highest level.
HFN strives to give its clients the best possible service by keeping at the forefront of an ever-evolving market and proactively recognising clients’ needs for dedicated, expert advice. The firm created a number of sector-oriented niche departments which were the first of their kind in Israel, including: Environment and Climate Change, Public International Law, Cyber, Technology & Regulation, Internet & E-Commerce, Cryptocurrency, Gaming and Defense, Aerospace & Homeland Security.
More Globally Focused
HFN has some of the brightest legal minds in the profession, possessing both intimate knowledge of local markets and a clear understanding of global business. Over 50 HFN lawyers are native English speakers from the U.S., U.K. and Australia, who hold foreign licenses or have studied or worked abroad. Working languages also include Hebrew, English, Arabic, Russian, Chinese, German, French, Japanese, Korean and Portuguese.
In keeping with the firm’s global perspective, the majority of HFN’s business is conducted in English and lawyers work closely with leading firms in jurisdictions around the world.
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