|Abigail Borowitz||Daniel Lipman Lowbeer||Ifat Pagis-Gelman||Michal Herzfeld||Ran Kedem||Yael Chervinsky-Eden|
|Adam Eytan||Daniel Reisner||Ilanit Landesman-Yogev||Michal Lavi||Reut Alcalay||Yael Hauser|
|Adam Salkin||David Preyl||Iris Achmon||Mor Limanovich||Revital Katz||Yair Geva|
|Adar Bengom (Ortal)||David Zailer||Iris Weinberger||Moran Yemini||Roi Hayun||Yaniv Dinovitch|
|Adina Shapiro||Efrat Tzur||Irma Tschernia||Moria Tam-Harshoshanim||Ron Ben-Menachem||Yaniv Grossman|
|Alan Sacks||Efri Berkovich||Israel (Ruly) Ber||Moshe Yaacov||Roni Cohen-Pavon||Yehonatan Ohayon|
|Alon Abcasis||Ehab Farah||Itai Sarfaty||Natalie Jacobs||Roni Libster||Yehoshua Shohat Gurtler|
|Alon Lederman||Eitan Ella||Itamar Gur||Natan Wiesenberg||Roy Nachimzon||Yehuda Aharoni (Hommfor)|
|Amir Cooper||Eldad Chamam||Itay Lavi||Neta Dorfman-Raviv||Ruth Dagan||Yoni Frider|
|Amir Seraya||Eliran Doyev||Itzhak Shragay||Nimrod Kozlovski||Saar Pauker||Yotam Blaushild|
|Amir Shmueli||Eran Wagner||Janet Levy Pahima||Nir Dash||Seffy (Yosef) Zinger||Yuval Navot|
|Anthony Leibler||Erez Abu||Jenia Melkhior||Nir Gal||Shachar Porat||Yuval Zilber|
|Ariel Flavian||Esther Sternbach||Joseph Ashkenazi||Nir Miller||Shai Kagan||Zara Gold|
|Ariel Yosefi||Esti Hadar||Karen Elburg-Rimon||Nir Raber||Sharon Petel||Zeev Kallach|
|Asaf Nahum||Eyal Bar-Zvi||Karin Fried||Niv Sivan||Shira Margalit-Elbaz||Zohar Yahalom|
|Asher Dovev||Gal Eschet||Keren Porter-Geffen||Nurit Dagan||Tal Dror-Schwimmer||Zvika Friedman|
|Asher Sacks||Gal Schwartz||Lev Zigman||Odelia Offer||Tal Hamdi|
|Aviram Hazak||Galia Kleinman||Liat Maidler||Ofer Granot||Tali Azriel|
|Avital Agami-Shlomovich||Gil White||Liat Shaked-Katz||Ofir Segev||Talia Blazer|
|Aviv Parienty||Gilad Majerowicz||Limor Hodir||Ohad Elkeslassy||Talya Solomon|
|Ayelet Regavim-Kahanov||Gilad Wekselman||Limor Lerner-Schechter||Omer Yaniv||Tamara Tapoohi-Waldman|
|Baruch Katzman||Gilad Yacubovich||Liran Barak||Orit Hipsher||Tomer Farkash|
|Ben Kanter||Guy Katz||Lital Wolfovitz||Orli Gal||Tsouriel Picard|
|Chagai Vered||Haim Machluf||Maayan Hammer-Zeelon||Orly Gerbi||Tuvia Erlich|
|Chen Luzzatto||Hanan Haviv||Maor Roth||Ory Nacht||Tzvika Bernstein|
|Dafna Amster-Kahn||Hanna Bilavsky||Mark Goldman||Pini Duek||Uriel Mozes|
|Dan Shalev||Harriet Finn||Mark Phillips||Raanan Sagi||Vladi Borodovsky|
|Dan Sharot||Haya Ehrman||Meir Linzen||Racheli Pery-Reichman||Yaakov Brandt|
|Dana Kashi||Hen Tirosh||Michal Caspi||Rafael Herbst||Yaakov Sharvit|
|Dana Zur-Neumann||Ido Manor||Michal Haberfeld||Ran Hai||Yael (Neeman) Bar-Shai|
Over time, the Firm’s name has become synonymous with the best legal service available, being selected as “The Leading and Largest Law Firm” by prestigious ranking guides such as BDI Code (for 2020) and Dun & Bradstreet (for 2020).
The Firm’s founders, the late Chaim Herzog, later to become the sixth President of the State of Israel, the Late Michael Fox and the Late Dr. Yaakov Neeman (who served as the former Minister of Finance and Minister of Justice) engraved on the Firm’s banner the values of excellence, professionalism, dedication and personal treatment, innovation, horizontal and global vision, all which are preserved to this day.
The Firm’s professional reputation was built, inter alia, on its extensive experience and successes in representing local and global clients in Israel and abroad. This reputation is consistently translated into Herzog Fox Neeman’s recognition as the best law firm in Israel by international and local rating guides, such as Chambers, The Legal 500, IFLR, Mergermarket, Who’s Who Legal, Financial Times, International Tax Review, Global Competition Review, IAM Patent, BDI and Dun & Bradstreet.
Herzog Fox Neeman has over 400 lawyers, including over 150 partners, and is divided into over 50 dedicated and professional departments. More than a quarter of the legal staff are native English speakers, and some are certified as lawyers abroad who have gained practical experience in leading law firms abroad. The Firm’s legal teams include the most gifted and brilliant legal minds in the profession who are involved continuously in legal developments and legislative updates.
The Firm’s clients benefit from a unique combination of international standards and local excellence. They are afforded legal advice with a business-creative orientation, to aid them to achieve their legal needs and commercial aspirations.
Thanks to its size and departments, the Firm is considered a “One Stop Shop” for its clients. Thus the Firm has lawyers who specialize in each area of commercial and business law (such as mergers and acquisitions, securities and capital markets, intellectual property, banking and finance, antitrust and competition, taxes, transfer prices, real estate, communications and media, litigation and dispute resolution, labor law, immigration law and more). All Firm lawyers provide a comprehensive, professional and quick response to all legal needs of a variety of clients in many sectors and areas such as cyber, white-collar, technology and regulation, e-commerce and crypto, energy and natural resources, project financing, infrastructure and transportation, environment and climate change, homeland security, defense and aviation industries, financial institutions, pharmaceuticals and health, insurance, life sciences, hi-tech and more.
The Firm’s clients include many international and local companies, private and public companies, multinational companies, industrial companies, government companies, investment and venture capital funds, hi-tech companies, funds and hospitals, financial institutions, academic institutions and individuals. In addition, the Firm specializes in advising one of the largest economic entities in Israel and the world, on complex and large-scale transactions, while also providing legal advice to the State of Israel, authorities and statutory corporations.
“Ability to solve any problem presented to them, from any angle, sometimes at very short notice, and still be creative” (Chambers Global)
Ever since its foundation almost 50 years ago, Herzog Fox & Neeman has strived for professional excellence and has provided cutting-edge advice that accompanies our clients on the path to success. Never has this been more necessary than in today’s dynamic economic environment. Multinational and domestic clients benefit from access to over 400 lawyers, including more than 150 partners, committed to offering timely and dedicated service in a competitive Israeli legal market.
Sharing our clients’ global perspective, ambitions and commitment to the highest standards, we are seen as trusted advisors on a wide variety of legal issues across all industries and sectors..
Crowned with Tier 1 Rankings and Awards
Renowned as “one of the best” (Legal 500)
Our domestic and international expertise has been recognised by all of the major legal guides who have awarded us more Tier 1 rankings than any other Israeli law firm, while our commitment to excellence continues to win numerous awards from the international trade press. Named ‘Law Firm of the Year’ by MergerMarket, we have also recently been crowned ‘Israeli Firm of the Year in Taxation’ by International Tax Review, as well as the ‘Employment Firm of the Year in Israel’ at the first ever Chambers Israel Awards.
Renowned for Shaping and Driving New Sectors
Herzog is ahead of the curve in meeting new challenges posed by technological advances and disruptive emerging industries, developing specialist practice areas, shaping them, driving them forward, and delivering the results clients expect, often in unchartered territory. Among a number of these new sector-oriented departments, the first of their kind in Israel, are: Cryptocurrency, Crisis Management, Fintech, Urban Renewal, Impact Investment, Insurance-Tech and more.
In recognition of the booming Israeli technology community in the Bay Area, Herzog is also the first Israeli law firm to establish a Silicon Valley representative office. This provides Herzog with a direct, real-time line of communication between our Tel Aviv office and the wider Silicon Valley community.
Inbound and Outbound: Renowned for Cross-Border
“Cross-border issues are complex and require a high level of skill and creativity – they never fail to deliver” (Chambers Global)
Not only do clients have access to the brightest legal minds in the profession, but our lawyers’ knowledge of local markets and understanding of global business is rooted in practical business experience. Our law firm – the country’s most diverse – has more than 50 lawyers who are native English speakers from the U.S., U.K. and Australia, hold foreign licenses or have studied or worked abroad. In keeping with the firm’s global perspective, the majority of Herzog’s business is conducted in English but our team’s languages also include German, French, Chinese, Japanese, Russian, Korean, Portuguese and Arabic.
Sharing their aspirations, we provide our clients with innovative advice that empowers them to move forward with confidence.
• Antitrust & Competition
• Banking & Finance
• Environment & Climate Change
• Hi Tech
• Intellectual Property
• International Trade & National Security
• Internet & E-commerce
• Investment Funds & Private Equity
• Labour & Employment
• Real Estate
• Technology & Regulation
• White Collar
• Charities & Non-Profit Organizations
• Energy & Natural Resources
• Financial Institutions
• Higher Education
• Impact Investment
• Industrial Manufacturing
• Infrastructure & Transport
• Life Sciences, Healthcare & Pharmaceuticals
• Regulatory & Governmental
• Telecoms, Media & Entertainment
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מוסד השליחות הוסדר בישראל במסגרת חוק השליחות, תשכ”ה-1965 (להלן: “החוק”) . החוק קובע בין היתר כי כל פעולה משפטית שאין הכרח מהותי או חובה על-פי דין לבצעה באופן אישי, כשרה לשמש כנושא לשליחות.
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