Haim Machluf

Partner

Dr. Haim Machluf is a member of the firm’s Litigation department, and has significant experience in civil and commercial litigation, both in Israel and in the United States.

Haim’s work focuses on commercial litigation, including corporate and securities litigation, antitrust litigation, contracts and commercial disputes and administrative litigation.

Before joining Herzog Fox & Neeman, and after completing his doctoral studies at Harvard Law School, Haim worked for several years in the Litigation Department at Choate Hall & Stewart, a prominent Boston law firm. Prior to his studies in the United States, Haim worked as a litigation associate in Israel at the law firm of Meitar, Liquornik, Leshem, Tal (2003-2005) and also as an intern and associate at the law firm of Dr. Weinroth & Co. (1999-2002).

Dr. Machluf also regularly lectures, both in courses of the Israeli Bar and in academic institutions, on his areas of expertise, and in particular regarding director and officers liability and shareholders disputes.

Education

  • SJD (Doctorate in Law), specializing in Conflict of Laws, Corporate Law and Law and Economics, 2010
  • Harvard Law School, USA, 2006 (Thesis won the Addison Brown Prize for the best paper in the area of Private International Law)
  • Bar-Ilan University, Israel, LL.M (summa cum laude), 2004
  • Bar-Ilan University, Israel, MBA (Corporate Finance) (summa cum laude), 2000
  • Bar-Ilan University, Israel, LL.B (summa cum laude), 1999. Ranked 1st in a class of 214 students

Contact Info

T +9723-6927433 F +9723 696 6464 machlufh@herzoglaw.co.il V-card
  • Section Leader (Teaching Assistant holding weekly classes) in corporate law and Teaching Assistant in the thesis writing program for LL.M. students – Harvard Law School (2007-2010).

  • Primary Editor: Harvard Human Rights Journal, and Editor: Harvard Journal of Law and Public Policy – Harvard Law School (2005-2007).

  • Israel Bar Association, 2000
  • Massachusetts, 2010
  • Also authorized to appear before the U.S. District Court for the District of Massachusetts and the U.S. Court of Appeals for the First Circuit.
  • SJD (Doctorate in Law), specializing in Conflict of Laws, Corporate Law and Law and Economics, 2010
  • Harvard Law School, USA, 2006 (Thesis won the Addison Brown Prize for the best paper in the area of Private International Law)
  • Bar-Ilan University, Israel, LL.M (summa cum laude), 2004
  • Bar-Ilan University, Israel, MBA (Corporate Finance) (summa cum laude), 2000
  • Bar-Ilan University, Israel, LL.B (summa cum laude), 1999. Ranked 1st in a class of 214 students