ATLANTA – Dec. 11, 2015 – Joel Feldman, an attorney with the global law firm Greenberg Traurig, LLP’s Intellectual Property & Technology Practice, has been named to the Atlanta Business Chronicle’s “40 Under 40” list for 2015. Feldman is based in the firm’s Atlanta office and is a trusted intellectual property and trademark law attorney, recognized by World Trademark Review, Super Lawyers, Georgia Trend, and The Best Lawyers in America.
Atlanta Business Chronicle’s annual “40 Under 40” list spotlights young professionals who make significant career achievements and have demonstrated social responsibility. Those selected were featured in a special section published by the Atlanta Business Chronicle and honored at a reception at the Fox Theatre.
“In addition to Joel’s professional success, he also gives much of his time and resources to various community initiatives both here in Atlanta and on a national scale,” said Co-Managing Shareholder Ted Blum. “And perhaps most importantly, he treats everyone who crosses his path with kindness, compassion, and respect. Joel is an outstanding individual, professionally and personally, and is most deserving of this honor.”
Feldman counsels companies, organizations, and individuals on the protection of their intellectual property rights, and he regularly resolves intellectual property controversies between his clients and third parties, including trademark, copyright, domain-name, and right-of-publicity disputes.
Apart from his legal practice, Feldman remains deeply committed to serving his community. He has been involved with the American-Jewish Committee (AJC) for the past eight years, four of which he served on the board. Feldman recently completed a two-year term as co-chair (President) of ACCESS, AJC’s young professionals division. He currently serves as the vice-chair of the Jacobson Leadership Institute, a think tank that brings together leaders from Atlanta’s various Jewish organizations, and on the Board of Directors for Classroom Champions, an international organization connecting Olympic and Paralympic athletes with underprivileged classrooms.