Daniel S. Goldstein is Counsel in the Litigation and Labor and Employment Practices of Smith Gambrell Russell LLP.
Mr. Goldstein’s practice focuses on commercial litigation and employment law. He regularly handles cases before state and federal courts, appellate courts, arbitration forums and administrative agencies. He has significant experience litigating complex commercial disputes, and has handled multi-state and cross-border litigations in various jurisdictions including Delaware, California, Florida, Washington D.C., the Netherlands, Cayman Islands, British Virgin Islands, and Israel.
Mr. Goldstein’s labor and employment practice includes handling litigations over employment contract disputes, claims of wrongful termination, class actions under wage and hour laws, discrimination, and disputes over trade secrets and restrictive covenants.
Mr. Goldstein also maintains a diverse commercial litigation practice with experience litigating corporate governance disputes, shareholder and partnership disputes, disputes over director and officer liability and fiduciary obligations, breach of contract cases including claims of fraud and misrepresentation, disputes over real estate and intellectual property, and domestic and international arbitrations.
Before joining Smith Gambrell Russell LLP, Mr. Goldstein was a commercial litigator at a top ranked international boutique law firm in Manhattan. His previous experience includes judicial internships with the Honorable Joseph McLaughlin of the United States Court of Appeals for the Second Circuit and the Honorable Robert Levy of the United States District Court for the Eastern District of New York.
Mr. Goldstein received his undergraduate degree in Business Administration, concentration in Finance, from the State University of New York at Albany, where he graduated cum laude. Mr. Goldstein received his J.D. degree from Brooklyn Law School, where he was Associate Managing Editor of the Brooklyn Journal of Corporate, Financial and Commercial Law, and a member of the Moot Court Honor Society, Trial Advocacy Division.
General Commercial Litigation