Steven Feldman helps clients navigate a broad range of high-stakes litigation, including complex commercial disputes, intellectual property matters, and challenging class actions. He uses his experience to develop creative and aggressive case strategies to meet clients’ unique business objectives.
Mr. Feldman is a trusted advisor to Fortune 500 companies, well-known early-stage companies, and individuals. He uses his experience at all stages of litigation to develop creative and aggressive case strategies for his clients, with the goal of obtaining their desired result—whether it be a favorable settlement or a win at trial.
Recently, Mr. Feldman has served as lead or co-lead counsel in numerous high-profile litigations, including on behalf of Nutraceutical, for which he obtained a unanimous victory at the U.S. Supreme Court in a case that has significant implications for class actions practice; on behalf of Peloton Interactive in a high-stakes patent infringement action against competitor Flywheel Sports relating to Peloton’s category-creating bike; on behalf of biotech firm Sorrento Therapeutics in multiple litigations seeking to hold billionaire Patrick Soon-Shiong accountable for a “catch and kill” scheme through which a promising cancer drug was kept from the market; and a string of high-profile case dismissals on behalf of clients including Allergan and Bausch Health Companies.
Mr. Feldman has also been a member of several successful jury trial teams, including the team that won a $12 million punitive damages verdict and liability findings on all counts in favor of their client following a three-week federal jury trial in the Southern District of New York and the team that prevailed on behalf of T-Mobile in a high- profile trade secret theft case against Huawei following a three-week federal jury trial in Seattle.
Mr. Feldman has been named to the “40 & Under Hot List” Nationwide by Benchmark Litigation, as a Rising Star” Nationwide in the Class Actions category by Law360, as a “Rising Star” by Super Lawyers magazine every year since 2016, and as a “Future Star” by Benchmark Litigation.
Last Updated September 2019