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Jerry S. Goldman

Shareholder / New York / Philadelphia

Profile

Jerry S. Goldman

Jerry S. Goldman is a shareholder in Anderson Kill’s New York and Philadelphia offices. A former prosecutor in Brooklyn, New York, Jerry has built a highly successful and varied practice serving individuals and closely held businesses throughout the United States.

Jerry practices in the areas of complex litigation; general business law; white collar criminal defense; estate planning along with estate and trust administration; and federal taxation. He focuses on solving difficult problems by devising creative solutions.

Since 2004, Jerry has represented the lead plaintiff -- and currently represents thousands of other plaintiffs -- in In Re Terrorist Attacks, the consolidated litigation by families of 9/11 victims seeking justice and restitution from the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia (KSA) and multiple other parties, including individuals, institutions, and nation-states, alleged to have provided material support to al Qaeda. Jerry and co-counsel have pursued justice for the 9/11 families through an over twenty-year litigation odyssey with many twists and turns, all the while pursuing access to long-withheld information that they will use to supplement existing evidence of foreign government support of the hijackers. The allied plaintiffs have conducted hundreds of hours of depositions, successfully fought over the release of thousands of pages of concealed evidence, and litigated challenging legal matters in United States District Courts in Washington, D.C., New York, and Chicago and the United States Courts of Appeals for the 2nd, D.C. and 7th Circuits, as well as presented and defended four petitions for certiorari before the Supreme Court of the United States. An overview and timeline of the suits' history and accomplishments to date can be read here.

Prior to founding his practice in 1982, Jerry served as Senior Assistant District Attorney and Senior Supervising Assistant District Attorney in the Kings County District Attorney’s Office in Brooklyn, New York. There he gained substantial experience litigating a variety of complex criminal matters and supervising a host of white-collar criminal prosecutions.

Many of Jerry's engagements have had international law components, ranging from complex litigations involving multi-national parties and claims to transnational business matters.

Jerry has been recognized by Super Lawyers as a New York Metro Super Lawyer for General Litigation since 2016. He has also been mentioned in Who’s Who in America, Who’s Who in American Lawyers, Who’s Who in Entertainment, and the Bar Register of Preeminent Attorneys for both New York and Pennsylvania.

Speaking Engagements

Jerry has lectured before a variety of professional, trade, business and non-professional audiences on a variety of topics.

Memberships

Professional Memberships

Federal Bar Association New York City Bar Association International Cannabis Bar Association

Association Memberships

New York University Alumni Association: Vice President Emeritus/Director

New York University College of Arts and Science Alumni Association: President (2004-2007); Vice President (2001-2004); Secretary (1998-2001); and Director (1996-Present)

National Association of Criminal Defense Lawyers, Criminal Law Committee

Philadelphia and New York Estate Planning Councils

Former Chairman, Upper Southampton Township Planning Commission, Upper Southampton, Bucks County, PA

Board Memberships

Citizen’s Crime Commission of the Delaware Valley

Dance Parade NYC (Chair)

Costume Cultural Society, Inc. (Chair)

Experience

One of the most challenging litigation matters he has handled is the assumption of co-lead counsel in a series of lawsuits pertaining to the tragedy of 9/11. He represents the individuals murdered by the attacks on September 11, 2001 involving issues relative to the scope of federal jurisdiction as to foreign defendants, the Foreign Sovereign Immunities Act, RICO, and the application of the ATA.

Other representations include:

  • represented a member of a health care joint venture in the un-winding of the transaction, including litigation regarding use and ownership of trade-secrets, effectiveness of a non-competition agreement, and allocation of financial assets.
  • represented a major handgun manufacturer in successfully defending against parallel investigations brought by the Federal Government and various state attorney generals.
  • successfully represented a shipper in an anti-trust action against a major overnight parcel carrier.
  • represented an ISP in its acquisition by a regional telecommunication carrier.
  • represented an elderly mentally ill woman in a series of actions against one of her children leading to the recovery of her assets.
  • represented the operator of a web-site which provided access to various video entertainment in various content agreements as well as those with the providers of various infra-structure and marketing services.
  • represented a corporation in structuring and securing multi-tiered financing, including state economic development loans, to construct and equip a new domestic manufacturing facility.
  • represented senior level executives in negotiating employment agreements.
  • represented a start-up internet membership social networking site aimed at air-travelers, including representation pertaining to corporate structuring, various rounds of financings, agreements with software developers, drafting of privacy policy and terms of services, and ultimately the transfer of its assets as part of its next round of financing.
  • represented a group of shareholders of a technology company who sought the removal of certain officers and high-level employees (including the President). The dissidents prevailed – the President and another departed, tendered their interests in the corporation (and returned certain assets which they had taken control of or which were in their name, including valuable intellectual property) and entered into non-competes.
  • represented shareholders of an international manufacturer in a stock sale, involving both US and foreign entities.
  • represented manufacturer in securing various trademark and copyright licenses.
  • represented key employee in structuring acquisition of equity interests in a construction firm and related real estate development company.
  • represented a family member in a hotly contested guardianship proceeding involving substantial assets.
  • represented the founder of a start-up company in executing a successful exit strategy including the sale of the business coupled with equity in the acquirer along with continued consulting work.
  • represented beneficiaries of a trust in a hotly contested accounting proceeding.
  • represented a captive insurance company in a large insurance coverage dispute

Speaking Engagements

Representing Victims of Terrorism in Federal Litigation Webinar

American Association of Jewish Lawyers & Jurists / April 1, 2024

Representing Victims of Terrorism in Federal Litigation (Update)

Lawline / November 21, 2022

Representing Victims of Terrorism in Federal Litigation

Lawline / June 8, 2020

Publications

OVERCOMING IMMUNITY OF FOREIGN GOV’T CYBERATTACK SPONSORS

Law 360 / December 2, 2020

D.C. CIRCUIT SETS DANGEROUS PRECEDENT BY IMMUNIZING FOREIGN GOVERNMENTS THAT COMMIT CYBER ATTACKS AGAINST U.S. COMPANIES AND CITIZENS

Commercial Litigation Advisor & Alert / May 9, 2017

D.C. CIRCUIT SETS DANGEROUS PRECEDENT BY IMMUNIZING FOREIGN GOVERNMENTS THAT COMMIT CYBER ATTACKS AGAINST U.S. COMPANIES AND CITIZENS

Commercial Litigation Advisor & Alert / May 9, 2017

GETTING THE FACTS STRAIGHT: FOIA OR SUBPOENA?

Commercial Litigation Advisor & Alert / December 16, 2016

THE 2015 AMENDMENTS TO RULES PERTAINING TO DISCOVERY IN FEDERAL COURTS

Commercial Litigation Advisor & Alert / January 13, 2016

IT AIN’T OVER TILL IT’S OVER: REOPENING FINAL JUDGMENTS UNDER FEDERAL RULE 60(B)(6)

Commercial Litigation Advisor & Alert / October 14, 2015

ESTATE PLANNING FOR STARTUPS: FROM SILICON ALLEY TO DEATH VALLEY

/ July 8, 2014

Guardianship Planning

Wills, Trusts & Estates Advisory / September 14, 2011

A Look at the Implications of the New Power of Attorney Legislation

Wills, Trusts & Estates Advisory / July 1, 2009

SUPREME COURT SERVES NOTICE ON ‘NOTICE’ PLEADING

Commercial Litigation Advisor & Alert / January 1, 2009

News

Super Lawyers Recognizes 16 Anderson Kill Attorneys in 2023

September 25, 2023

Goldman Discusses Cabaret Law with WBAI

May 16, 2023

Super Lawyers Recognizes 14 Anderson Kill Attorneys in 2022

October 21, 2022

Hundreds Of 9.11 Families Seek Oversight For $3.5B Fund

May 6, 2022

9.11 Plaintiffs Spar Over Approach To $3.5B In Afghan Funds

March 30, 2022

Rival Sept. 11 Victims Near Potential Deal to Divide Afghan Central Bank Assets

March 22, 2022

Exclusive: New FBI documents link Saudi spy in California to 9-11 attacks

March 13, 2022

Biden frees frozen Afghan billions for relief, 9 11 victims

February 11, 2022

More Sept. 11 Victims Who Sued the Taliban Want Frozen Afghan Funds

December 2, 2021

Twenty Years After 9-11, Anderson Kill Vows to Continue Pursuit of Justice for Victims

September 10, 2021

Suit Over Saudi Officials 9-11 Link Hits a Turning Point

February 10, 2021

Super Lawyers Recognizes 18 Anderson Kill Attorneys in 2020

October 21, 2020

Families of 9-11 Victims Press for Payment of Awards from Default Judgment against Iran

October 16, 2020

Justices Reinstate Punitive Damages for Embassy Bomb Victims

May 18, 2020

Super Lawyers Recognizes 20 Anderson Kill Attorneys in 2018

October 10, 2018

Dubai Bank Fights 9/11 Victims’ Bid For Account Records

November 15, 2017

9/11 Victims Say Saudi Arabia Can’t Nix Terror-Support Claims

November 13, 2017

9/11 Victims Seek Terrorism-Linked Records From Dubai Bank

November 1, 2017

City Council lowers curtain on Cabaret Law

October 31, 2017

19 ANDERSON KILL ATTORNEYS NAMED TO 2017 SUPER LAWYERS AND RISING STARS LISTS

October 6, 2017

Let NYC dance: The battle to save New York City’s nightlife

September 20, 2017

Anti-Dance Law Repeal Supported By Everyone From de Blasio to Duke Ellington’s Family

September 15, 2017

NYC Cabaret Law – Interview with Jerry Goldman

September 9, 2017

Saudi Arabia faces largest ever 9/11 lawsuit – accused of prior knowledge over terror attack

March 22, 2017

New lawsuit accuses Saudi government of involvement in 9/11

March 22, 2017

ELEVEN ANDERSON KILL ATTORNEYS SELECTED AS 2016 SUPER LAWYERS, NINE RISING STARS

October 4, 2016

Eleven Anderson Kill Attorneys Selected as 2016 Super Lawyers, Nine Rising Stars

October 4, 2016

Override by Congress Restores 9/11 Victim Bill

September 28, 2016

BBC Newshouse Interview – Reaction to House of Representatives Passing JASTA

September 9, 2016

The House, with the 15th anniversary of the 9/11 looming, approved legislation Friday permitting victims’ families to sue Saudi Arabia

September 9, 2016

How To Survive After You Make Partner

August 22, 2016

Saudi Arabia Dismisses New Report Raising 9/11 Links

August 1, 2016

3 Reasons Why Being A Good Lawyer Just Isn’t Enough

July 26, 2016

Congress releases secret ’28 pages’ on alleged Saudi 9/11 ties

July 15, 2016

Long-Classified Pages on Alleged Saudi Arabia Ties to 9/11 Could Be Released Friday: Sources

July 14, 2016

Secret parts of 9/11 report have a Philly connection

July 7, 2016

Senate approves bill allowing 9/11 suits against Saudis

May 17, 2016

The Global Lawyer: Terror Plaintiffs Still Have Friends in Washington

May 17, 2016

Atty Group In 9/11 MDL Making Premature Fee Bid, Court Told

May 5, 2016

Sept. 11 Families Seek to Restore Saudi Arabia as Defendant

March 10, 2016

3 Things Attorneys Do That Tick Off Clients

March 4, 2016

9/11 Families Demand Sanctions For Alleged Al-Qaida Front

December 23, 2015

Dubai Bank Says Fire Destroyed Records Sought In 9/11 Suit

December 21, 2015

Al Qaeda-Linked Group Can’t Escape Fees In 9/11 Suit

December 18, 2015

9/11 Families Continue Push For Dubai Islamic Bank Docs

December 14, 2015

Saudi Arabia Is Dismissed as Defendant in 9/11 Lawsuits

September 29, 2015

9/11 Families Demand Docs From Bin Laden Associates

August 11, 2015

Lawsuit could reveal secret Saudi connection to 9/11

August 9, 2015

9/11 Families Win Default Judgment Against Iran

July 30, 2015

Can Saudi government once again evade suit by 9/11 families?

April 14, 2015

Jewish Lawyer Seeks Answers for 9/11 Victims

February 27, 2015

9/11 terrorist Zacarias Moussaoui claims Saudi involvement

November 18, 2014

’20th hijacker’ seeks role in civil terror cases

November 16, 2014

Plaintiffs Ask Court For Time To Assess Moussaoui Claims Of Saudi 9/11 Involvement

November 6, 2014

Zacarias Moussaoui wants to testify on al Qaeda terror financing

October 14, 2014

If A Bank Can Be Liable For Terrorism, Are The Saudis Next?

September 23, 2014

Supreme Court lets victims’ 9/11 suit vs. Saudi Arabia proceed

July 2, 2014

NYU Tries to Move Ahead With Expansion

June 1, 2012

Jerry S. Goldman Re-elected Vice President of NYU Alumni Association

May 29, 2012

2nd Circuit Immunizes Saudis from September 11 Suit

August 1, 2008

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Jerry S. Goldman

Shareholder , New York, Philadelphia

Profile

Jerry S. Goldman

Jerry S. Goldman is a shareholder in Anderson Kill’s New York and Philadelphia offices. A former prosecutor in Brooklyn, New York, Jerry has built a highly successful and varied practice serving individuals and closely held businesses throughout the United States.

Jerry practices in the areas of complex litigation; general business law; white collar criminal defense; estate planning along with estate and trust administration; and federal taxation. He focuses on solving difficult problems by devising creative solutions.

Since 2004, Jerry has represented the lead plaintiff -- and currently represents thousands of other plaintiffs -- in In Re Terrorist Attacks, the consolidated litigation by families of 9/11 victims seeking justice and restitution from the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia (KSA) and multiple other parties, including individuals, institutions, and nation-states, alleged to have provided material support to al Qaeda. Jerry and co-counsel have pursued justice for the 9/11 families through an over twenty-year litigation odyssey with many twists and turns, all the while pursuing access to long-withheld information that they will use to supplement existing evidence of foreign government support of the hijackers. The allied plaintiffs have conducted hundreds of hours of depositions, successfully fought over the release of thousands of pages of concealed evidence, and litigated challenging legal matters in United States District Courts in Washington, D.C., New York, and Chicago and the United States Courts of Appeals for the 2nd, D.C. and 7th Circuits, as well as presented and defended four petitions for certiorari before the Supreme Court of the United States. An overview and timeline of the suits' history and accomplishments to date can be read here.

Prior to founding his practice in 1982, Jerry served as Senior Assistant District Attorney and Senior Supervising Assistant District Attorney in the Kings County District Attorney’s Office in Brooklyn, New York. There he gained substantial experience litigating a variety of complex criminal matters and supervising a host of white-collar criminal prosecutions.

Many of Jerry's engagements have had international law components, ranging from complex litigations involving multi-national parties and claims to transnational business matters.

Jerry has been recognized by Super Lawyers as a New York Metro Super Lawyer for General Litigation since 2016. He has also been mentioned in Who’s Who in America, Who’s Who in American Lawyers, Who’s Who in Entertainment, and the Bar Register of Preeminent Attorneys for both New York and Pennsylvania.

Speaking Engagements

Jerry has lectured before a variety of professional, trade, business and non-professional audiences on a variety of topics.

Memberships

Professional Memberships

Federal Bar Association New York City Bar Association International Cannabis Bar Association

Association Memberships

New York University Alumni Association: Vice President Emeritus/Director

New York University College of Arts and Science Alumni Association: President (2004-2007); Vice President (2001-2004); Secretary (1998-2001); and Director (1996-Present)

National Association of Criminal Defense Lawyers, Criminal Law Committee

Philadelphia and New York Estate Planning Councils

Former Chairman, Upper Southampton Township Planning Commission, Upper Southampton, Bucks County, PA

Board Memberships

Citizen’s Crime Commission of the Delaware Valley

Dance Parade NYC (Chair)

Costume Cultural Society, Inc. (Chair)

Experience

One of the most challenging litigation matters he has handled is the assumption of co-lead counsel in a series of lawsuits pertaining to the tragedy of 9/11. He represents the individuals murdered by the attacks on September 11, 2001 involving issues relative to the scope of federal jurisdiction as to foreign defendants, the Foreign Sovereign Immunities Act, RICO, and the application of the ATA.

Other representations include:

  • represented a member of a health care joint venture in the un-winding of the transaction, including litigation regarding use and ownership of trade-secrets, effectiveness of a non-competition agreement, and allocation of financial assets.
  • represented a major handgun manufacturer in successfully defending against parallel investigations brought by the Federal Government and various state attorney generals.
  • successfully represented a shipper in an anti-trust action against a major overnight parcel carrier.
  • represented an ISP in its acquisition by a regional telecommunication carrier.
  • represented an elderly mentally ill woman in a series of actions against one of her children leading to the recovery of her assets.
  • represented the operator of a web-site which provided access to various video entertainment in various content agreements as well as those with the providers of various infra-structure and marketing services.
  • represented a corporation in structuring and securing multi-tiered financing, including state economic development loans, to construct and equip a new domestic manufacturing facility.
  • represented senior level executives in negotiating employment agreements.
  • represented a start-up internet membership social networking site aimed at air-travelers, including representation pertaining to corporate structuring, various rounds of financings, agreements with software developers, drafting of privacy policy and terms of services, and ultimately the transfer of its assets as part of its next round of financing.
  • represented a group of shareholders of a technology company who sought the removal of certain officers and high-level employees (including the President). The dissidents prevailed – the President and another departed, tendered their interests in the corporation (and returned certain assets which they had taken control of or which were in their name, including valuable intellectual property) and entered into non-competes.
  • represented shareholders of an international manufacturer in a stock sale, involving both US and foreign entities.
  • represented manufacturer in securing various trademark and copyright licenses.
  • represented key employee in structuring acquisition of equity interests in a construction firm and related real estate development company.
  • represented a family member in a hotly contested guardianship proceeding involving substantial assets.
  • represented the founder of a start-up company in executing a successful exit strategy including the sale of the business coupled with equity in the acquirer along with continued consulting work.
  • represented beneficiaries of a trust in a hotly contested accounting proceeding.
  • represented a captive insurance company in a large insurance coverage dispute

Speaking Engagements

Representing Victims of Terrorism in Federal Litigation Webinar

American Association of Jewish Lawyers & Jurists / March 29, 2024

Representing Victims of Terrorism in Federal Litigation (Update)

Lawline / November 21, 2022

Representing Victims of Terrorism in Federal Litigation

Lawline / June 8, 2020

Publications

OVERCOMING IMMUNITY OF FOREIGN GOV’T CYBERATTACK SPONSORS

Law 360 / December 2, 2020

D.C. CIRCUIT SETS DANGEROUS PRECEDENT BY IMMUNIZING FOREIGN GOVERNMENTS THAT COMMIT CYBER ATTACKS AGAINST U.S. COMPANIES AND CITIZENS

Commercial Litigation Advisor & Alert / May 9, 2017

D.C. CIRCUIT SETS DANGEROUS PRECEDENT BY IMMUNIZING FOREIGN GOVERNMENTS THAT COMMIT CYBER ATTACKS AGAINST U.S. COMPANIES AND CITIZENS

Commercial Litigation Advisor & Alert / May 9, 2017

GETTING THE FACTS STRAIGHT: FOIA OR SUBPOENA?

Commercial Litigation Advisor & Alert / December 16, 2016

THE 2015 AMENDMENTS TO RULES PERTAINING TO DISCOVERY IN FEDERAL COURTS

Commercial Litigation Advisor & Alert / January 13, 2016

IT AIN’T OVER TILL IT’S OVER: REOPENING FINAL JUDGMENTS UNDER FEDERAL RULE 60(B)(6)

Commercial Litigation Advisor & Alert / October 14, 2015

ESTATE PLANNING FOR STARTUPS: FROM SILICON ALLEY TO DEATH VALLEY

/ July 8, 2014

Guardianship Planning

Wills, Trusts & Estates Advisory / September 14, 2011

A Look at the Implications of the New Power of Attorney Legislation

Wills, Trusts & Estates Advisory / July 1, 2009

SUPREME COURT SERVES NOTICE ON ‘NOTICE’ PLEADING

Commercial Litigation Advisor & Alert / January 1, 2009

News

Super Lawyers Recognizes 16 Anderson Kill Attorneys in 2023

September 25, 2023

Goldman Discusses Cabaret Law with WBAI

May 16, 2023

Super Lawyers Recognizes 14 Anderson Kill Attorneys in 2022

October 21, 2022

Hundreds Of 9.11 Families Seek Oversight For $3.5B Fund

May 6, 2022

9.11 Plaintiffs Spar Over Approach To $3.5B In Afghan Funds

March 30, 2022

Rival Sept. 11 Victims Near Potential Deal to Divide Afghan Central Bank Assets

March 22, 2022

Exclusive: New FBI documents link Saudi spy in California to 9-11 attacks

March 13, 2022

Biden frees frozen Afghan billions for relief, 9 11 victims

February 11, 2022

More Sept. 11 Victims Who Sued the Taliban Want Frozen Afghan Funds

December 2, 2021

Twenty Years After 9-11, Anderson Kill Vows to Continue Pursuit of Justice for Victims

September 10, 2021

Suit Over Saudi Officials 9-11 Link Hits a Turning Point

February 10, 2021

Super Lawyers Recognizes 18 Anderson Kill Attorneys in 2020

October 21, 2020

Families of 9-11 Victims Press for Payment of Awards from Default Judgment against Iran

October 16, 2020

Justices Reinstate Punitive Damages for Embassy Bomb Victims

May 18, 2020

Super Lawyers Recognizes 20 Anderson Kill Attorneys in 2018

October 10, 2018

Dubai Bank Fights 9/11 Victims’ Bid For Account Records

November 15, 2017

9/11 Victims Say Saudi Arabia Can’t Nix Terror-Support Claims

November 13, 2017

9/11 Victims Seek Terrorism-Linked Records From Dubai Bank

November 1, 2017

City Council lowers curtain on Cabaret Law

October 31, 2017

19 ANDERSON KILL ATTORNEYS NAMED TO 2017 SUPER LAWYERS AND RISING STARS LISTS

October 6, 2017

Let NYC dance: The battle to save New York City’s nightlife

September 20, 2017

Anti-Dance Law Repeal Supported By Everyone From de Blasio to Duke Ellington’s Family

September 15, 2017

NYC Cabaret Law – Interview with Jerry Goldman

September 9, 2017

Saudi Arabia faces largest ever 9/11 lawsuit – accused of prior knowledge over terror attack

March 22, 2017

New lawsuit accuses Saudi government of involvement in 9/11

March 22, 2017

ELEVEN ANDERSON KILL ATTORNEYS SELECTED AS 2016 SUPER LAWYERS, NINE RISING STARS

October 4, 2016

Eleven Anderson Kill Attorneys Selected as 2016 Super Lawyers, Nine Rising Stars

October 4, 2016

Override by Congress Restores 9/11 Victim Bill

September 28, 2016

BBC Newshouse Interview – Reaction to House of Representatives Passing JASTA

September 9, 2016

The House, with the 15th anniversary of the 9/11 looming, approved legislation Friday permitting victims’ families to sue Saudi Arabia

September 9, 2016

How To Survive After You Make Partner

August 22, 2016

Saudi Arabia Dismisses New Report Raising 9/11 Links

August 1, 2016

3 Reasons Why Being A Good Lawyer Just Isn’t Enough

July 26, 2016

Congress releases secret ’28 pages’ on alleged Saudi 9/11 ties

July 15, 2016

Long-Classified Pages on Alleged Saudi Arabia Ties to 9/11 Could Be Released Friday: Sources

July 14, 2016

Secret parts of 9/11 report have a Philly connection

July 7, 2016

Senate approves bill allowing 9/11 suits against Saudis

May 17, 2016

The Global Lawyer: Terror Plaintiffs Still Have Friends in Washington

May 17, 2016

Atty Group In 9/11 MDL Making Premature Fee Bid, Court Told

May 5, 2016

Sept. 11 Families Seek to Restore Saudi Arabia as Defendant

March 10, 2016

3 Things Attorneys Do That Tick Off Clients

March 4, 2016

9/11 Families Demand Sanctions For Alleged Al-Qaida Front

December 23, 2015

Dubai Bank Says Fire Destroyed Records Sought In 9/11 Suit

December 21, 2015

Al Qaeda-Linked Group Can’t Escape Fees In 9/11 Suit

December 18, 2015

9/11 Families Continue Push For Dubai Islamic Bank Docs

December 14, 2015

Saudi Arabia Is Dismissed as Defendant in 9/11 Lawsuits

September 29, 2015

9/11 Families Demand Docs From Bin Laden Associates

August 11, 2015

Lawsuit could reveal secret Saudi connection to 9/11

August 9, 2015

9/11 Families Win Default Judgment Against Iran

July 30, 2015

Can Saudi government once again evade suit by 9/11 families?

April 14, 2015

Jewish Lawyer Seeks Answers for 9/11 Victims

February 27, 2015

9/11 terrorist Zacarias Moussaoui claims Saudi involvement

November 18, 2014

’20th hijacker’ seeks role in civil terror cases

November 16, 2014

Plaintiffs Ask Court For Time To Assess Moussaoui Claims Of Saudi 9/11 Involvement

November 6, 2014

Zacarias Moussaoui wants to testify on al Qaeda terror financing

October 14, 2014

If A Bank Can Be Liable For Terrorism, Are The Saudis Next?

September 23, 2014

Supreme Court lets victims’ 9/11 suit vs. Saudi Arabia proceed

July 2, 2014

NYU Tries to Move Ahead With Expansion

June 1, 2012

Jerry S. Goldman Re-elected Vice President of NYU Alumni Association

May 29, 2012

2nd Circuit Immunizes Saudis from September 11 Suit

August 1, 2008

Awards & Honors
  • Super Lawyers: since 2016
  • Martindale Hubbell: AV®Preeminent™ Peer Review Rated
  • Who's Who in America / Who's Who in American Law
Education
  • Temple University School of Law, LL.M. in Taxation
  • Boston University School of Law, J.D.
  • New York University (University College), B.A., with Honors in Politics
Bar Admissions
  • New York
  • Massachusetts
  • Pennsylvania
Court Admissions
  • United States District Courts for the Southern District of New York
  • United States District Courts for the Eastern District of New York
  • United States District Court for the Eastern District of Pennsylvania
  • United States Court of Appeals for the Second Circuit
  • United States Court of Appeals for the Third Circuit
  • United States Tax Court
  • D.C. Circuit Court of Appeals
  • Supreme Court of the United States

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