Ehab Farah (DR.)

Ehab Farah (DR.)


Dr. Ehab Farah is a partner in the firm’s Tax Department focusing on general corporate tax matters, including international tax planning, tax aspects of mergers and acquisitions and transactions involving hedge and private equity funds.

Prior to joining Herzog Fox & Neeman, Ehab practiced for five years at two New York law firms, Paul, Weiss, Rifkind, Wharton & Garrison LLP and Arnold & Porter LLP, focusing on tax and corporate law, and prior to that, he managed his own practice in Israel for 10 years. In recent years, Ehab has been involved in Israel’s most significant M&A transactions serving clients such as Mellanox Technologies in its sale to NVIDIA for $6.9 billion; Checkmarx and its founders in its acquisition by a US private equity firm in a $1.15 billion cash and stock-rollover deal, Bank Leumi in an international debt offering of $750 million, PepsiCo Inc. in its $3.4 billion acquisition of SodaStream; and Aristocrat Leisure in its acquisition of Plarium for an initial consideration of $500 million.

Ehab teaches tax law at Haifa University Faculty of Law and has published several articles.

Ehab graduated from the LL.M. and S.J.D programs at the University of Michigan Law School where he was a recipient of the Michigan Law School Grotius Fellowship and a member of the Phi Kappa Phi Honor Society. He received his LL.M magna cum laude from the Hebrew University Faculty of Law and his LL.B. from Haifa University Faculty of Law.

Ehab is fluent in Arabic, English and Hebrew.

Contact Info

Tel: 03-6925530 Fax: 03-6966464 farahe@herzoglaw.co.il V-card
Ehab Farah (DR.)
  • Israel Bar Association, 1996
  • New York Bar Association, 2009
  • Haifa University, LLB, 1995
  • Hebrew University of Jerusalem, LLM (magna cum laude), 2001
  • University of Michigan Law School, LLM, 2007
  • University of Michigan Law School, SJD, 2009


  • Highly Regarded in Transactional Tax (ITR World Tax, 2024).
  • Highly Regarded in Transactional Tax (ITR World Tax, 2023).
  • Highly Regarded in Transactional Tax (ITR World Tax, 2022).
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