Samuel Feldman | White & Case LLP International Law Firm, Global Law Practice
Samuel Feldman
Samuel Feldman

Samuel Feldman

Associate, Boston

T +1 617 979 9328

E samuel.feldman@whitecase.com

Overview

Samuel Feldman is an associate in the global White Collar Practice and is based in the Boston office. He has experience representing companies and individuals in major government investigations under the False Claims Act, the Foreign Corrupt Practices Act, and the Sherman Act, as well as in commercial disputes.  His cross-border experience includes representation of companies in Japan and Europe.

Samuel has an active pro bono practice. He was on a trial team that secured the release of a wrongfully convicted Rhode Island man after 23 years in prison.

While in law school, Samuel served as Editor-in-Chief of the Boston College Law Review.  Following law school he clerked for the Hon. Mark L. Wolf, then Chief Judge of the U.S. District Court for the District of Massachusetts; and for the Hon. Francis X. Spina of the Massachusetts Supreme Judicial Court.

Bars and Courts

  • Massachusetts Bar
  • US District Court for the District of Massachusetts

Education

  • JD, Boston College Law School
  • MALD, The Fletcher School, Tufts University
  • Diploma in International Studies, Sciences Po Paris
  • BA, Oberlin College

Languages

  • English
  • French
  • Japanese

Experience

Representation of a Japanese auto parts company in an antitrust investigation by the U.S. government.

Representation of a pharmaceutical sales manager in a criminal health care fraud investigation by the U.S. government.*

Representation of a foreign government official in a wire fraud and money laundering investigation by the U.S. government.*

Representation of a national dental services provider in a government investigation under the False Claims Act.*

Representation of a health care company in a breach of contract lawsuit involving allegations of health care fraud.*

Member of a trial team that secured the release of a wrongfully convicted Rhode Island man after 23 years in prison.*

*Matters worked on prior to joining White & Case.

Publications

  • Not-So-Great Weight: Treaty Deference and the Article 10(a) Controversy, 51 B.C. L. Rev. 797, 2010