Robert E. Feyder
Clients rely on Robert Feyder for commercial and business litigation matters for both his litigation skills and his practical knowledge of their business goals and concerns. For 28 years, Robert has handled complicated disputes including breach of contract, fraud, unfair competition, privacy, trade-secret theft, creditor's rights, lender liability, and employment, among other areas.
For clients in the heavily regulated automotive industry, Robert brings an informed perspective in matters involving motor vehicle franchise law and other issues that impact automobile manufacturers and other sector stakeholders. Robert has defended a variety of clients in putative class actions involving institutions and individuals at both the trial and appellate levels in state and federal court, including cases involving antitrust and unfair competition, privacy, lender liability, and securities fraud.Financial institutions turn to Robert for actions filed by commercial and residential borrowers, including claims under California foreclosure law and under the Truth-in-Lending Act and other federal statutes.
Robert has argued cases before the California Courts of Appeal, the Ninth Circuit Bankruptcy Appellate Panel, and the Ninth Circuit Court of Appeals.Previously, Robert led the litigation practice in the Los Angeles office of another international law firm. He is on the board directors of the Los Angeles/Orange County Chapter of the California Receivers Forum.
Defend automobile manufacturer in proceeding before a state's new motor vehicle board where dealer protested notice of termination of dealer.
Defend automobile manufacturer in lawsuit filed by former dealer alleging that manufacturer unreasonably withheld its consent to buy-sell contracts.
Defend agricultural concern in antitrust litigation pending in federal district court.
Won summary judgment for the beneficiary of a first-position deed of trust recorded against a residential property in a lien-priority action.*
Defended nation-wide retailer in putative class action alleging violations of the California Invasion of Privacy Act.*
Obtained court-approval for court-appointed receivers to market and sell multi-tenant office buildings to third parties.*
Successfully tried judicial foreclosure action on behalf of the beneficiary of a deed of trust recorded against a multi-tenant residential property.*
Won motion to dismiss putative class action filed in federal district court against former directors accused of federal securities law violations.*
*Matter handled prior to joining Hogan Lovells.