is the head of Herzog Fox & Neeman’s public international law, international trade and national security practice. Daniel is widely recognised as a market leader in his field, having served for ten years as head of the Israel Defence Force’s International Law Department and for 20 years as the senior adviser to all Israeli prime ministers on the Middle East peace process, working in the triple role of negotiator, legal adviser and drafter. For the last 16 years, Daniel has also specialised in international trade (export controls, sanctions, investment treaties, international disputes, etc) and compliance issues. His clients include many leading multinationals, most of the Israeli defence and cyber industry, and many other prominent Israeli and international corporations.
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