Howard N. Feldman has more than 30 years of litigation experience. He focuses his practice primarily on complex civil litigation typically involving intricate questions of law and fact. He has litigated cases in state and federal courts (including bankruptcy courts), as well as in arbitration proceedings, concerning securities,commercial contracts, real property rights, insurance, unfair trade practices, intellectual property (patent, trademark, and copyright), defamation matters, and products liability, among other matters, on behalf of plaintiffs and defendants. His cases have included class actions, derivative suits, and internal investigations.
Howard has also defended clients in government agency and grand jury investigations and proceedings. These cases have involved allegations of insider trading, unregistered securities, defense procurement fraud, False Claims Act violations, the Foreign Corrupt Practices Act, violations of the International Emergency Economic Powers Act, and unlawfully operating as an agent of a foreign government.
Previously, Howard served as a judicial clerk for the Honorable Rita C. Davidson, Maryland Court of Appeals. While studying at American University Washington College of Law, he was a member of the Honor Society and an assistant editor of The American University Law Review.
Howard enjoys playing golf, bicycling, hiking, and traveling with his wife of more than 30 years.