Braverman Greenspun Broadens Capabilities with Addition of Seasoned Litigator Steven B. Feigenbaum

Braverman Greenspun P.C. announced today that Steven B. Feigenbaum, a veteran and highly respected commercial litigator, has joined the firm as partner, expanding the capabilities of Braverman Greenspun’s Litigation & Dispute Resolution practice to include banking, real estate, executive employment, and additional disputes. Feigenbaum, who has extensive experience representing financial institutions worldwide, spent more than 24 years earlier in his career as a name partner at a prominent New York-based litigation boutique.

“Steve is an exceptional litigator whose experience and abilities connect to our own but also broaden them,” said Robert Braverman, managing partner of Braverman Greenspun. “This is an exciting step for our firm, which can do more for our clients today than we could yesterday.”

Feigenbaum maintains a wide-ranging commercial litigation practice, which includes the representation of financial institutions in disputes involving foreign sanctions administered by the U.S. Treasury Department’s Office of Foreign Assets Control. Other significant areas of his practice have included real estate disputes, construction disputes, and architectural malpractice claims. He also has extensive experience with employment and severance agreements for high-level executives, having litigated multiple matters relating to non-competition agreements and the misappropriation of trade secrets and other confidential information.

Most recently, Feigenbaum practiced at Katsky Korins LLP in New York. He began his career at Proskauer Rose LLP, before joining a then-newly launched firm, Levi Lubarsky Feigenbaum & Weiss LLP, where he was a partner for almost 25 years.

“This is an exciting opportunity for me,” said Feigenbaum. “I’m eager to help Braverman Greenspun’s well regarded litigators explore areas of service that build on their existing work. I also look forward to being part of and helping develop a diverse group of lawyers in a boutique environment where clients receive highly personalized service.”

Feigenbaum is a graduate of Columbia Law School, where he was a Harlan Fiske Stone Scholar. He graduated magna cum laude with a B.S. in economics from the Wharton School of the University of Pennsylvania. He is a member of the New York City Bar Association, where he has served on the Arbitration Committee, the Committee on International Law, the Committee on International Arms Control and Securities Affairs, and the Committee on Alternative Dispute Resolution. He has been selected each year since 2013 to New York Metro Super Lawyers in the area of Business Litigation.