Barry Felder is a partner and litigation lawyer with Foley & Lardner LLP. In his more than 35 years of practice, he has successfully worked on a diverse range of matters ranging from his role as co-trial counsel in People v. Sihpol, the first "late-trading" case brought to trial by Eliot Spitzer's office (after a six week trial, the jury acquitted Mr. Sihpol of 29 felony counts) to representing Playboy Enterprises in cutting edge litigation challenging as trademark infringement and dilution the sale of the term "playboy" as a keyword by an Internet search engine.
Barry has extensive experience in the real estate workout and foreclosure arena, having foreclosed on hundreds of multi-family, hotel, shopping center, and office building properties for leading financial institutions throughout the country in both federal and state courts. He is a member of the Business Litigation & Dispute Resolution, IP Litigation, and Privacy, Security & Information Management Practices.
Business Litigation & Dispute Resolution
Privacy, Security & Information Management
Trademark, Copyright & Advertising Litigation
Trade Secret Noncompete Litigation
Articles in the National Law Review database by Barry G. Felder