Herzog, Fox & Ne'eman

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Herzog, Fox & Ne'eman
Law Office
Partnership (Israel)
Industry Law
Founded Tel Aviv, Israel
1972; 45 years ago (1972)
Headquarters Tel Aviv, Israel
Key people
Ya'akov Ne'eman, Founding Partner
Meir Linzen, Senior Partner
Tuvia Erlich, Senior Partner
Alan Sacks Senior Partner
Ehud Sol, Senior Partner
Yaacov Brandt, Senior Partner
Services Legal advice
Revenue Unknown
Number of employees
Website www.hfn.co.il

Herzog, Fox & Ne'eman ("HFN") is a full-service commercial law firm located in Tel Aviv, Israel.[1] The firm employs over 260 lawyers, of whom more than 90 are partners.[2]


The firm was founded in 1972[3] by three prominent lawyers:

The firm joined Ius Laboris, the international law firm network, in 2012.[5]

Areas of expertise[edit]

The firm's expertise covers the following areas:[6]

  • Specialist Practice Areas
    • China and Asia Pacific
    • Japan Practice
    • Russia and CIS practice


  1. ^ The firm profile, at Herzog, Fox & Ne'eman website.
  2. ^ The team, at Herzog, Fox & Ne'eman website
  3. ^ a b History, at Herzog, Fox & Ne'eman website
  4. ^ Liphshiz, Cnaan (May 10, 2009). "Michael Fox, cofounder of Israel's largest law firm, dies at 75". Haaretz. Retrieved 2012-11-04. 
  5. ^ "Ius Laboris Expands in Asia, Central America and Eastern Europe". Ius Laboris. Archived from the original on 2014-05-29. Retrieved 2015-03-06. 
  6. ^ Practice areas Archived 2012-07-22 at the Wayback Machine., at Herzog, Fox & Ne'eman website

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