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Alexander Feldman

Alexander Feldman


Alexander Feldman

Alex Feldman's practice focuses on advising corporate and individual clients in international and domestic government investigations and complex civil litigation, including cases involving allegations of securities fraud, market manipulation, sanctions, money laundering, and corruption.

Alex has experience representing clients before the US DOJ, SEC, CFTC, and numerous non-US regulators.

  • Representation of corporate client in DOJ and CFTC digital asset investigation.
  • Representation of a global financial services firm in SEC investigation of cross-border transactions
  • Representation of individual in global FIFA corruption investigation
  • Representation of underwriters counsel in SEC investigation
  • Representation of a major financial institution in connection with global regulatory investigations and numerous class actions alleging manipulation of LIBOR and other interest rate benchmarks
  • Representation of global corporation in sanctions investigation
  • Pro bono representations including:
    • Lead counsel for pro bono 1983 civil rights cases re police brutality and false arrest
    • Mexico as amicus curiae in appeal to Fourth Circuit regarding South Carolina immigration law
    • Amicus curiae arguing that juvenile life without parole sentences are unconstitutional (Montgomery v. Louisiana (US 2016) and Miller v. Alabama (US 2012))
    • Refugees seeking political asylum in the United States for fear of persecution in their home country

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Career and qualifications

  • Northwestern University (BA) 2002
  • New York University School of Law (JD) 2009
  • Law Clerk, International Criminal Tribunal for the former Yugoslavia 2009
  • Law Clerk, Inter-American Court of Human Rights 2010
  • Joined Clifford Chance 2010
  • Admitted as an Attorney-at-Law in New York 2011

Professional bodies

  • Federal Bar Council