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Daniel B. Goldman is an accomplished courtroom advocate who tries high-stakes cases in jurisdictions throughout the country. Mr. Goldman regularly advises and represents large corporate clients in both plaintiff- and defense-side complex, commercial disputes. He has tried to verdict numerous cases, both jury and nonjury, and arbitrations in jurisdictions including California, Texas, Delaware, Washington, D.C., and New York.

Among his most recent notable work, Mr. Goldman obtained, after opening statements, a $250 million settlement in an antitrust class action of consumer packaged goods companies against News Corporation alleging that News monopolized the third-party in-store promotions market. In approving the settlement, the federal district court (SDNY) stated that Mr. Goldman is among “the finest antitrust lawyers in the nation” and that the settlement “represents an outstanding result.” Mr. Goldman also secured a multimillion-dollar jury verdict in an unfair competition case relating to a manufacturing process and won a bench trial defeating an effort by DuPont to enforce a $920 million judgment in New York against a major Korean industrial company.

J.D., with distinction, University of Nebraska, 1985
  • Nebraska Law Review
  • National Moot Court Team
B.A., Williams College, 1982
New York, 1987
Massachusetts, 1986
    -Legalease’s Legal 500 US (2016)