Alan M. Feldman
Alan Morris Feldman is a former Special Agent with the Criminal Investigation Division of the Internal Revenue Service. He worked in the complex and white collar crime section with the US Attorney, federal grand jury and other federal investigative agencies and has won awards for his investigative prowess. During the oil crisis, in which taxes were imposed upon foreign oil shipments, he was in charge of enforcement for the Northeast region of the United States.
Mr. Feldman's extensive experience in organization and investigation made him a valuable tool for banks in areas wherein corporate borrowers were defaulting or about to default on loans. He was oft time sent into corporate situations to evaluate the corporate borrower and determine if there would be a work-out or ultimate liquidation. In one instance, he was placed in a corporate entity as Chairman of the Board and CEO to operate the holding company and remove it from a dire financial and legal situation. The company experienced significant growth with Feldman at the helm and his tenure there was considered quite a success.
Mr. Feldman is actively involved and in good standing with the Commerce Division of the Philadelphia Court of Common Pleas and the Philadelphia Bar Association. He has been successful representing clients in complex cases and has a respectful relationship with judges and peers. Mr. Feldman has also practiced in the criminal white collar crime area of Philadelphia and admitted on a pro hac vice basis in New York City. Additionally, his representation of clients before the Internal Revenue Service has been very successful in the taxing and litigious process.