Jerry D. Goldstein, LLC

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Jerry D. Goldstein is an attorney who manages litigation for corporate clients and counsels start-up companies.

For over 20 years, Goldstein was managing partner of a successful regional law firm until he was asked to take a role as VP and General Counsel of a technology corporation, headquartered in Ireland, with a portfolio of over 120 patents. Much of the intellectual property he deals with is in the entertainment industry. Jerry has successfully participated in negotiating large corporate licenses which resulted in a measurable thirty percent increase in revenues under his direction.

Early in his career, Goldstein was fortunate enough to be able to buy commercial real estate of which, most notably, he developed into some of the first shared office space/service organizations. He is very well versed in maximizing value per square foot while creating unique and comfortable experiences for workers. 

Goldstein's focus in private law practice was in bankruptcy law where his practice flourished during recessionary years and helped develop his sound financial and organizational strategies. He also took lead counsel roles in most of the firms employment matters. At the same time, the idea of alternative dispute resolution became a major tool for restructuring businesses or dealing with employment issues and Jerry was tapped to participate in Cornell Universities inaugural, ILR arbitration and mediation development program. Jerry is still a member  of the Cornell role of arbitrators, the U.S. Nuclear Regulatory Commission, and United States District Courts Roster of Mediators in multiple districts.

As President of a 90+ acre, non-profit, recreation and hospitality facility for 3 years, Goldstein reorganized the management structure, obtained approval and financing of a multi-million dollar state mandated dam restoration and renovation project, modernized and upgraded food and beverage operations, and led the organization to consecutive and significant budget surpluses while establishing a million dollar capital improvement fund. 
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