“[Elliot] is incredibly smart, very focused and analytic.”
— Chambers Global 2022
Elliot J. Feldman’s international practice concentrates on all forms of trade disputes and remedies affecting the movement of goods and services across international borders. He advises foreign governments, corporations and organizations on trade policy and international law, and litigates international trade, legal and investor-state disputes in all relevant forums, inside and outside the U.S., on both commercial international law and treaty interpretation. He has been a frequent legal adviser to the Government of Canada in World Trade Organization (WTO) cases and he has particular experience with the North American Free Trade Agreement (NAFTA) and the new Canada-United States-Mexico Agreement (CUSMA). Elliot founded and is the former director of the University Consortium for Research on North America at Harvard University.
Areas of Focus
2024 Advertising CLE Showcase: Is it Time to Toss the “Junk Fees?” An Update on Regulatory and Class Action Risks Associated with Added Fees
2024 Advertising CLE Showcase: Influencers, Testimonials, Consumer Reviews and Sponsored Content in Advertising