is a tax partner and his work focuses on corporate tax matters, including tax aspects of mergers and acquisitions and transactions involving investment funds and financial institutions. Ehab has been involved in recent years in significant M&A transactions in Israel. Prior to joining Herzog Fox & Neeman, Ehab practised for five years at two New York law firms, focusing on tax and corporate law, and prior to that, he managed his own practice in Israel for ten years. Ehab is an adjunct lecturer of tax law at Haifa University and has published several articles. He is a member of the Bars in Israel and New York.
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