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Daniel Goldenberg
Associate

dgoldenberg@goldsteinhall.com
Tel.: 646.768.4106

Daniel R. Goldenberg concentrates his practice in real estate litigation, commercial litigation, construction litigation, and not-for-profit governance.

Daniel also assists clients with the acquisition and disposition of real property, corporate governance of not-for-profit entities, and guides clients through Surrogate’s Court administration as well as the foreclosure process. He has expertise in international property restitution cases and litigation of Year-15 disputes.

Prior to joining Goldstein Hall, as an associate, Daniel was a Law Clerk at a boutique law firm where he helped recover property and art stolen by the Nazis or expropriated by European governments after WWII. Daniel continues to devote pro-bono hours to Holocaust restitution claims.

Additionally, Daniel gained substantial real estate experience as a legal clinician in several large real estate development and management firms in New York City.

Daniel received his J.D. from Brooklyn Law School, where he received a Certificate in Real Estate. While in law school, he was the President of the Jewish Law Student’s Association and Founder of the Louis D. Brandeis Center for Human Rights Under Law.

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  • Expertise
    • Real Estate Litigation
    • Commercial Litigation
    • Low-Income Housing Tax Credit (LIHTC) Disputes
  • Bar Admissions
    • The State of New York
    • United States District Court, Southern District of New York
    • United States District Court, Eastern District of New York
  • Education
    • Brooklyn Law School, J.D., 2015
    • Baruch College, Zicklin School of Business B.B.A., Business/Managerial Economics, 2012
  • Languages
    • Russian
  • Legal Presentations
    • Speaker, Webinar: The Emerging Issues In The Expiring-Use Affordability Crisis, March 2019
    • Guest Lecturer, Baruch College, Affordable Housing and Year 15 Litigation, April 2018
    • Speaker, Goldstein Hall Training Series, Watch Your Property Line: New Developments in Adjoining Property Disputes, December 2017