Eran is an associate in the Capital Markets Department, specializing in the field of enforcement and white collar.
Eran represents companies and individuals in a wide range of legal proceedings in the fields of criminal and administrative enforcement. These relate to securities, money laundering, antitrust, fraud, and breach of trust offenses.
Eran represents clients in internal investigation proceedings and hearings before both the Israeli authorities and in the framework of judicial reviews before foreign authorities.
Prior to joining our firm, Eran worked in a leading boutique firm in the field of white collar. He also served as a teaching assistant at the IDC Herzliya.
Haifa University, LL.M. (Law and Technology), 2014
Haifa University, LL.B., 2013
Member of the Israeli Bar Association since 2014
News and updates - Eran Elharar:
Israel Securities Authority – What Constitutes Securities Fraud?
The Israel Securities Authority recently published a staff position on situations it believes indicate fraudulent securities trading and which justify opening a criminal investigation.
Israel Securities Authority Publishes Sentencings Guidelines for Administrative Procedures
For the first time, the Israel Securities Authority has published Sentencing Guidelines for Administrative Procedures which contain the considerations guiding its determination of sanctions for individual violators and corporations in an administrative procedure.
Israel and the US: Encouraging Corporations to Investigate Potential Misconduct on Their Own
Columbia Law School's Blue Sky blog published an article co-written by Hadar Israeli and Eran Elharar of Barnea and Joseph Facciponti and James Goldfarb of the New York law firm Murphy & McGonigle. The article provides a comparative view of Israel and the US on corporate internal investigations.