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Reid Feldman’s principal areas of practice include: corporate transactions, including mergers and acquisitions; financial and banking matters, including corporate finance, structured finance, advice to fiduciaries and trust structures; insurance and reinsurance matters including coverage issues, treaties, alternative risk transfer and regulatory matters; advice to individual clients and family offices; and litigation and arbitration, including litigation on financial matters, commercial disputes, insolvencies and insurance/reinsurance claims and arbitrations. Mr. Feldman received his education at Columbia University (B.A.), Yale Law School (J.D.; member, Yale Law Journal) and Oxford University (M. Litt.). His recent presentations and publications include: “Les bons de caisse adaptés au financement participative,” Option Finance (2016); “European M&A Deal Points Study” (ABA M&A Committee, 2016); “Regulatory Investigations – Avoiding Them and Coping With Them” (Advisen Executive Risks Insights Conference, 2015); “New requirements for reports on trusts with connections to France, Client Alert” (2015); The Global D & O Deskbook, French Chapter, ABA Publishing (2014); “Crowdfunding via securities abroad”, Rapport Moral sur l'Argent dans le Monde - Regulation, Governance, Complexity in globalized finance (2014); “Recouvrements par les victimes de la fraude Madoff”, L'Agefi” (2014); “Euro-crisis update - focus on non-sovereign investments” (2013). Mr. Feldman serves on the Board of Advisors of the Yale Law School Center for the Study of Corporate Law and is a member of the European Corporate Governance Institute (ECGI), the ABA TIPS International Committee (Vice-Chair); the European Crowdfunding Network; and the ABA Business Law Section M&A Committee (Chair, European Deal Points Study). Mr. Feldman is ranked with a strong reputation (forte notoriété) in Acquisition finance ; with a highly regarded practice (pratique réputée) in M&A, Insurance/Reinsurance litigation as well as in Insurance/Reinsurance Regulatory and in Securitization and structured finance ; with a highly regarded practice (pratique de qualité) in Arbitration (Décideurs Stratégie Finance Droit 2015-2016). He is quoted in the 4* band (max 5*) in Specialty litigation, including construction and insurance (2014-2015), and is ranked in the 1* band (max 5*) International Arbitration rankings released by Option Droit & Affaires (2014). He was also ranked by Legal 500 Paris 2013 in Insurance, and Mergers & Acquisitions: the clients feel that they are ‘in good hands and can rely completely on the firm’s advice’. The team is composed of experienced professionals with Reid Feldman reviewed as a ‘high-caliber’ lawyer. The firm acts in regulatory matters, litigation and reinsurance, and assists in private equity funds.
According to Legal500 Paris (2013), “Reid Feldman of Kramer Levin Naftalis & Frankel LLP is a ‘very good lawyer’ who is often consulted by large insurance companies. The firm resolves regulatory, litigation and reinsurance matters.”
Reid was ranked by IFLR 1000 2017 in Banking, praised for being “very easy to work with, knowledgeable and proactive.” He was also ranked by IFLR 1000 2014 in Mergers & Acquisitions for participating in the firm’s parallel practices in banking, competition and constitutional law.