Daniel Goldman

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Daniel Goldman


Dan Goldman represents clients in criminal and regulatory proceedings, and in complex commercial civil litigation. Mr. Goldman is currently involved in a variety of ongoing matters, including investigations under the antitrust laws and the federal securities laws. His recent matters include:

  • Representing former Chief Operating Officer and President of a publicly traded company in federal securities class action litigation.
  • Represented respondent in SEC v. Barbara Duka, SEC 3-16349, in multi-week trial before SEC ALJ on a complaint charging securities fraud, negligence and SEC credit ratings-related rules violations in connection with certain 2011 CMBS ratings agency publications. Post-trial opinion dismissed all fraud charges and imposed no bar on continued industry service.

Prior to joining Petrillo Klein & Boxer, Mr. Goldman was an associate at Cahill Gordon & Reindel. Mr. Goldman was a Robert McKay Scholar at New York University School of Law from which he graduated cum laude in 2007. Prior to entering law school, Mr. Goldman graduated cum laude from Duke University in 2004.