Bernard S. Feldman, of counsel


Bernard S. Feldman was admitted to practice in New York on March 18, 1970, and is presently Of Counsel to Naidich Wurman LLP.  Mr. Feldman focuses his practice on corporate law including extensive experience in private investments in public equity financing (PIPEs), bridge loans and other debt and equity investments. Additionally, Mr. Feldman has in excess of 40 years of experience in debtor-creditors rights, business reorganizations, bankruptcy litigation, commercial transactions and representing buyers and sellers of assets, real estate transactions and representation of secured lenders.  Mr. Feldman is proficient in corporate workouts and restructuring of loans and is an experienced litigator in both state and federal courts.

As a result of Mr. Feldman’s extensive experience in corporate reorganizations, both formal and informal, he has developed a wide range of experience in dealing with all aspects of manufacturing, distribution and sales of various product lines.  Mr. Feldman has and still acts as corporate counsel to corporations on a daily basis dealing with a myriad of areas including acquisitions, sale and lease of property, employment and manufacturing agreements, and joint ventures.  During the course of his practice, Mr. Feldman has represented numerous banks and lending institutions and has prepared and reviewed loan documents, both for the lender and the borrower, including but not limited to, chattel mortgages, security agreements and hypothecation and collateral pledge agreements.

Mr. Feldman has worked closely with corporate clients and their financial advisors both as a lawyer and business advisor, assisting in the complex business issues by application of practical solutions and formulation of concepts of and utilization of systems designed to maximizing cost efficiency.

Practice Areas
Securities Law – PIPE Transactions.
Corporate Law.
Debtor-Creditors Rights.
Bankruptcy and Insolvency.

Bar Admissions

U.S. Court of Appeals, Second Circuit; Eastern District of New York; Southern District of New York; United States Supreme Court.


The City College of the City University of New York (B.A. 1967)
St. John’s University (J.D. 1969)