NEW YORK--(BUSINESS WIRE)--Nardello & Co. LLC, a leading global investigations firm, today announced that Warren Feldman, most recently a partner in the Government Enforcement and White Collar Crime practice at Skadden Arps Slate Meagher & Flom has joined its New York office as Senior Counsel. Mr. Feldman will focus on civil and white collar criminal defense litigation support, as well as anti-corruption due diligence and investigations.
Mr. Feldman brings more than 30 years of experience defending corporations and other entities as well as individuals in all phases of white collar criminal litigation, including investigations, trials, appeals, regulatory enforcement matters, and related civil litigation. While at Skadden Arps, Mr. Feldman was recognized for his extensive experience in 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.
“Warren’s legal acumen, coupled with his deep experience leading cross-border internal investigations for multinational companies across more than 20 countries make him a solid fit for Nardello and will enable him to make a significant contribution to our practice. I am delighted to welcome Warren to the firm and know he will play an instrumental role in advising our clients as they navigate their most complex challenges,” said Dan Nardello, Founder & Chief Executive Officer of Nardello & Co.
“It is an honor to join this premier global investigations firm,” said Mr. Feldman. “I look forward to working closely with Nardello’s venerable team of investigators and leveraging my experience in FCPA and other investigative and regulatory matters to contribute to the firm’s continued success.”
Prior to joining Nardello & Co., Mr. Feldman was a partner in the Government Enforcement and White Collar Crime practice at Skadden Arps Slate Meagher & Flom. At Skadden, he was recognized for his extensive experience in 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. During his time at Skadden, Mr. Feldman was repeatedly selected for inclusion in Chambers USA as well as The Best Lawyers in America and Who’s Who Legal.
Mr. Feldman has led dozens of cross-border internal investigations for global multinationals, touching more than 20 countries in Europe, Asia, and Latin America, many related to issues arising under the FCPA and other anti-corruption laws. He has frequently advised on FCPA due diligence in connection with M&A and other corporate transactions, and often speaks on legal and industry panels covering a broad spectrum of FCPA issues.
Mr. Feldman has 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 a number of CLE panels and guest lectured at several law schools on topics ranging from trial advocacy to FCPA developments and due diligence.
Mr. Feldman holds a bachelor’s degree from Williams College and his JD from Fordham University School of Law.
About Nardello & Co.
Nardello & Co. is a global investigations firm whose experienced professionals handle a broad range of issues including due diligence, anti–corruption & fraud investigations, civil and white collar criminal litigation and arbitration support, asset tracing, activist defense, political risk and strategic intelligence, digital investigations and cyber defense, monitorships and independent investigations, and compliance.
Their clients include the world’s leading law firms and financial institutions, Fortune 500 and FTSE 100 companies, high–net–worth individuals and family offices, governments, NGOs, sports organizations, and academic institutions.
With offices in New York, London, Washington DC, Hong Kong, Tokyo, Milan, and Dubai, Nardello & Co. maintains a professional staff that includes former US federal prosecutors, US and international lawyers, former law enforcement personnel and intelligence operatives, licensed investigators, research analysts, former journalists, financial crime specialists, forensic accountants, and computer forensic experts.