Michael Fox (lawyer)
Michael Fox was born in London, England, to Sam and Freda Fox. He studied law at the University of London (King's College London) and opened a private practice, Fox & Gibbons, in London, prior to his immigration to Israel in 1968. He lived in Herzliya Pituah. Fox was married to Sheila Israel, also an attorney. They had no children. He died in Jerusalem on 9 May 2009, after a decade-long battle with cancer.
Legal and journalistic career
Fox was a member of the International Bar Association and the Law Society of England and Wales. He was an expert in corporate law, especially in mergers & acquisitions and infrastructure development. He was chairman of the Israel, Britain and the Commonwealth Association (IBCA). Fox wrote a monthly column for the English edition of the Israeli newspaper Haaretz.
- Mountains and Molehills, Essays 2003–2007, Weill Publishers
- Cashman, Greer Fay (April 18, 1997). "A friend who was like an older brother". The Jerusalem Post. Retrieved 2007-01-17.
- Cnaan Liphshiz (10 May 2009). "Michael Fox, cofounder of Israel's largest law firm, dies at 75". Haaretz. Retrieved 27 January 2014.