Jason K. Feldman
JASON K. FELDMAN spent the first five years of his career as a criminal prosecutor in Portland, Oregon where he tried over 40 cases to a jury, argued in hundreds of judicial hearings, and assisted in a capital murder prosecution. Mr. Feldman served in the District Attorney’s Felony Drug and Vice Division where he mastered search and seizure law, conducted nearly 1,000 grand jury proceedings and orchestrated sting operations as well as the execution of search warrants. Mr. Feldman was also a founding member of the federally funded Domestic Violence Intervention Team coordinating law enforcement agencies and community resources to fight domestic violence on a grass roots level and prosecute offenders. Mr. Feldman served with distinction in the Child Support Enforcement Unit and prosecuted various misdemeanor crimes including Assaults and DUIs.
Upon his return to Southern California, Mr. Feldman was selected to analyze and investigate criminal convictions involving officers implicated in the Los Angeles Rampart Police Scandal. He filed habeas corpus petitions in Los Angeles Superior Court as well as the California Court of Appeals. In addition, Mr. Feldman reviewed and investigated requests by convicted prisoners for DNA testing of retained biological evidence and composed post conviction motions and argued at evidentiary hearings for the release of innocent prisoners. Mr. Feldman continues the practice of criminal law defending all types of defendants specializing in drug offenders, theft cases and felonies of all kinds.
Mr. Feldman has applied his trial expertise in the civil arena extensively. Mr. Feldman formerly worked with the Chan Law Group, focusing on International Business Law and Intellectual Property. Mr. Feldman later teamed with renowned entertainment attorney, John S. Mumford to form Mumford and Feldman. In 2005, Mr. Feldman founded the Law Offices of Jason K. Feldman specializing in criminal defense and civil litigation. He has litigated entertainment, business, contract and intellectual property cases, both on the plaintiff and defense side in the federal and state courts.
In 2010, Mr. Feldman teamed with Ian Wallach to form Feldman & Wallach. Together, Ian Wallach and Jason Feldman were the first attorneys to successfully resolve a lawsuit regarding a California prisoner who was diagnosed with the heinous disease called Valley Fever while in prison. In response to the crush of requests for help from other victims, Feldman & Wallach had teamed with the law firms of Arias, Ozzello and Gignac, LLP as well as Khorrami, Boucher, Sumner and Sanguinetti, LLP to file a class action lawsuit regarding California state inmates who were diagnosed with Valley Fever while in custody as well as many individual actions on behalf of inmates in federal court. Feldman & Wallach have also filed numerous actions against the city and county of Los Angeles regarding excessive force by officers and deputies.
In 2015, Mr. Feldman began work with the esteemed Boesch Law Group in Santa Monica, California continuing his work in entertainment and business litigation. Mr. Feldman has also maintained his criminal defense practice and has steadily developed a reputation for aggressive, thorough representation of criminal defendants throughout Los Angeles County obtaining spectacular results at all phases of pre-trial as well as at trial.