Kayla Feld is an associate in Quinn Emanuel’s New York office. She joined the firm in 2017 after working at law firms in Singapore and Paris, France, where she specialized in cross-border investigations into large-scale bribery schemes and international arbitration. Kayla’s work has included investigations into white collar crime, civil litigation and ICC and ICSID arbitrations. She has published on a range of topics, including in the areas of ICSID arbitration, white collar crime and medical-legal issues. Kayla is admitted to practice in New York and Washington, D.C. and is fluent in Spanish and French.
- University of Washington School of Law
- Harvard University
(B.A., Government, 2009)
- The State Bar of New York
- The District of Columbia Bar
- GI RoundTable, Digital Age: A Whole New Liability Ballgame. Dallas Fort-Worth (March 2017). Conference Presentation.
- William Blumenthal, Kayla Feld and Gerald Lam, Competition Law, Singapore (April 2016).
- Kayla Feld, Due Diligence and Record Keeping – Managing Money-Laundering Risk and Complying with Requirements.
- How to identify the Ultimate Beneficial Owner and detect tax crimes/money laundering in simple and complex planning schemes, Singapore (March 2015). Conference Presentation.
- Wilson Ang, Kayla Feld, Business Implications of Singapore’s Toughened Anti-Corruption Regime, Singapore Business Review (2015).
- Rick Beckmann, Remco Smorenburg, Jessica de Rooij and Kayla Feld, BIT by BIT in Indonesia: signsof a pushback on foreign investment, International Arbitration Report (2014).
- Guide to Business Ethics and Anti-Corruption: Asia Pacific Laws, Norton Rose Fulbright (2014).
- Kayla A. Feld, Applying Corporate Law Principles to Define a “Foreign Official” in the Foreign
- Corrupt Practices Act (FCPA), 88 Wash. L. Rev. 245 (2012).
- Threats to Investment Protection in the EU Energy Sector, King & Spalding Energy Newsletter (2012).
- Kayla A. Feld, Jeffrey Sconyers. Bioterrorism and Natural Disasters: The Impact of Public Health Law on Physicians in the Case of an Emergency, Am J Gastroenterol 101:1-4 (2006).