Herzog Fox & Neeman is Israel's premier law firm and has earned the reputation of market leader - recognized year after year as "Israel Law Firm of the Year" by the Financial Times, Mergermarket, IFLR and others. As Israel's most innovative firm, HFN is called upon to lead prominent and influential transactions in every industry, resulting in unrivalled experience in cross-border and domestic transactions.
HFN was founded over 40 years ago as a boutique law firm aiming to provide high-quality legal service for international clients conducting business in Israel. In the years since, the Israeli market has seen an increasing client demand for complex legal services performed to international standards and, as such, HFN has evolved into a full commercial solution for international clients. In light of its size, structure and acknowledged expertise, HFN is the Israeli firm best positioned to accommodate these ever-growing needs.
The passion and intensity with which HFN addresses each matter is unparalleled in the Israeli marketplace. The firm's forward-thinking, global perspective and commitment to excellence makes HFN the law firm of choice for international and domestic clients conducting business in Israel.
HFN has led the way on groundbreaking transactions including the largest private IPO in Israel's history, the largest private equity deal in recent years, two of the largest telecommunications deals in Israel's history, the financing of Israel's largest private power plant and a major share of cross border M&A transactions, both on the "buy" side and the "sell" side.
Recent Firm News & Legal Updates
Congratulations to multiple WLG member firms on achieving prestigious rankings in IFLR1000's national banking and finance rankings.
Congratulations to multiple WLG member firms' women partners and associates for recognition in IFLR1000 Women Leaders 2020 publication.
Emergency regulations on limiting the number of employees were enacted. These regulations set the limits on the scope of the workforce allowed in various workplaces. As part of this, workplaces whose field of work appears on the list of industries and activities included in the appendix to the regulations, are not subject to the limitations on the scope of work, provided that they reduce as much as possible the number of employees to the number needed to ensure essential activities.