Steven Feldman, Global Chair of the firm's Complex Commercial Litigation Practice, represents clients as lead counsel in high-stakes litigation matters, and as a strategic advisor on litigation strategy, risk, and management. Recognized by multiple publications, including Benchmark Litigation, Law360, and The Daily Journal, as one of the nation’s top litigators, he develops creative and aggressive case strategies for both plaintiffs and defendants, regularly achieving winning outcomes.

His track record of courtroom and arbitration wins includes obtaining complete jury and arbitration verdicts in his clients’ favor on matters ranging from complex commercial disputes and challenging class actions, to trade secret theft and intellectual property disputes.

Mr. Feldman is also routinely recognized for being highly attuned to the business needs of his clients, which span some of the world’s leading technology, consumer, fintech, biotech, and healthcare companies, as well as high-profile individuals. One client told a leading publication, “More than any lawyer I’ve worked with, Steve has a true ‘360’ view of how any litigation fits in with our business strategy, and has become a go-to outside advisor.”

Mr. Feldman currently serves as a board member of the Harvard Law School Alumni Association and the Association of Business Trial Lawyers.

After graduating from law school, Mr. Feldman served as a law clerk to the Hon. Jacqueline H. Nguyen, US Court of Appeals for the Ninth Circuit.

A sampling of Mr. Feldman’s extensive experience includes representing:

  • A Fortune 500 telecom company, prevailing in a multi-week federal jury trial, asserting trade secret theft and breach of contract against one of China’s largest telecom companies*
  • A leading technology company, obtaining a 9-figure arbitration verdict for breach of contract and breaches of good faith and fair dealing
  • A Fortune 500 health care company, winning a motion for judgment on the pleadings in a complex trade secret misappropriation and breach of contract case, avoiding years of protracted litigation*
  • Peloton, defeating class certification of a federal consumer class action alleging false advertising and deceptive business practices
  • Allergan, obtaining the dismissal of a federal consumer class action alleging that customers of their Zeltiq subsidiary’s high-profile CoolSculpting system were deceived by marketing materials*
  • Alec Baldwin in a high-profile art fraud case against the Mary Boone Gallery; following aggressive discovery, obtained settlement valued at a full trial victory*
  • A leading New York City hospitality company, obtaining the dismissal of a federal antitrust class action*
  • A leading media conglomerate, obtaining the dismissal of a complex dispute over alleged deceptive accounting practices
  • Nutraceutical, at the United States Supreme Court, obtaining a 9-0 opinion from an appeal involving a key issue of class certification*
  • Peloton, obtaining a full dismissal of a patent infringement case brought by a competitor, alleging over $1 billion of damages, in the Eastern District of Texas
  • Raya, the leading private dating app, in obtaining the dismissal of a patent litigation following a motion to dismiss, in the Central District of California
  • Amgen, obtaining a highly favorable settlement on the eve of summary judgment in a long-running securities litigation against Connecticut Retirement Funds
  • Peloton, in multiple ongoing federal securities litigations arising out of the Tread+ recall and COVID-related financial guidance

*Matter handled prior to joining Latham

Bar Qualification

  • California
  • New York


  • JD, Harvard Law School
    cum laude
  • BS in Journalism, S.I. Newhouse School of Public Communications, Syracuse University