Warren Feldman is a partner and the Chief Legal Officer at Nardello & Co. based in New York. He focuses on white collar criminal defense and civil litigation support, as well as anti-corruption due diligence and investigations.
Prior to joining Nardello & Co., Warren had over 30 years of experience in defending corporations, entities, and individuals in all phases of white collar criminal matters including investigations, trials, appeals, regulatory enforcement matters, and parallel civil litigation. Most recently, he was a partner in the Government Enforcement and White Collar Crime practice at Skadden Arps Slate Meagher & Flom. As a white collar criminal defense lawyer, he handled a wide range of matters including criminal antitrust, securities, mail, wire, accounting, bank, health care and customs fraud, tax evasion, FCPA, money laundering, and RICO. He has extensive experience in conducting cross border internal investigations. During his time at Skadden, Warren was repeatedly selected for inclusion in Chambers USA as well as The Best Lawyers in America and Who’s Who Legal.
In private practice, Warren led dozens of cross-border internal investigations for multinational corporations, touching more than 20 countries in Europe, Asia, and Latin America, many related to the FCPA and other anti-corruption laws. Deeply experienced in FCPA matters, Warren frequently advised on FCPA due diligence in connection with M&A and other corporate transactions, and often spoke on legal and industry panels covering a broad spectrum of FCPA issues.
Warren published a number of articles on criminal defense issues in legal and trade publications, including with respect to developments in FCPA and criminal antitrust law and policy. He has also spoken on numerous CLE panels and guest lectured at several law schools on topics ranging from trial advocacy to FCPA developments and due diligence. He was recently recognized as a “name to know” in Global Investigations Review’s GIR 100, the annual guide to the world’s top investigative practices.